Dadawa - Voices From The Sky [Tibet][Mystic][New Age][Meditative]rnrnrnhttp://www.imagehost.ro/pict//29100304460b64a83661f.jpgrnrnrnrn
rnrnrnDadawa -- Voices From The SkyrnrnSupplier/Ripper : HitMeWithItrnDate Posted : 15/02/2007rnFormat : LAME 3.96rnBitrate : VBR ~229K/srnHz : 44100HzrnChannels : Joint StereornID3 Tag : ID3v2.3rnArtist : DadawarnAlbum : Voices From The SkyrnYear : 1998rnGenre : MeditativernrnT R A C K L I S T I N Grnrnrn1. Melodious Goddess (6:32)rn2. Ballad of Lhasa (5:11)rn3. The Believer (5:23)rn4. Seven Drums (6:02)rn5. Himalayans (5:16)rn6. The Sixth Dalai Lama\\\'s Love Song (7:17)rn7. Question from the other Shore (6:27)rnrnDuration : 42:11rnTotal Size : 68.5 MBrnrnrnDadawa is the artist name of Zhu Zheqin, a Tibetan-inspired new age singer/songwriter, who is well-known for her vocalization. She was born in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China.rnrnDadawa is sometimes referred as the \\"Chinese Enya\\" by fans. She is more likely better described as China\\\'s Ry Cooder, given her ecclectic forays into World Music including one recording and tour with Ireland\\\'s The Chieftains. She collaborated with composer/producer He Xuntian for all of her albums. He Xuntian, a Shanghai music professor, has been collecting Tibetan folk music for twenty years. In 1992, he invited Zhu Zheqin to perform his Tibetan-inspired compositions. Together with his brother, He Xunyou (also the lyricist of the music), they travelled to Tibet to engage Zhu in Tibetan culture and belief. The result, Sister Drum (1995), was an international success. Following that, her album Voices From The Sky was released in 1997.rnrnWith China\\\'s record industry in crisis due to rampant piracy, in recent years Dadawa worked more in television journalism, in particular her hosting of a major Chinese television documentary, \\"Into Africa\\", which introduced that continent to hundreds of millions of viewers.rnrnAfter many years of not releasing a new album, finally in August 2006, she came out with an album titled Seven Days. This album does not contain any Tibetan elements, but still maintains lyrical references to Buddhist ideas. Musically, the concept heads more towards Chinese traditional folk songs. However, her trademark beautifully sung melody lines, East Asian percussion and ambient electronic and classical instrumentation persists. In 2006, she completed a documentary film of her musical sojourns in India, Nepal and Tibet, co-Directed with Oscar winner, Ross Kauffman.rnrnDiscographyrnYellow Children (1992)rnSister Drum (1995)rnVoices From The Sky (1997)rnSeven Days (2006)rnrnrnhttp://www.imagehost.ro/pict//29100440460b65088f029.jpgrnrn
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