3. Civilization One (13:12)
4. Moonface Kumneitodis (6:27)
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Reviews / Notes:
Grombira are back from the moonlit dunes of shimmering galaxies and have written down the travel diaries in their new studio album.
On new paths, they travel through space and time with funky beats and psychedelic sounds of countless sessions over the last 2 years.
From Indian space rock to the Mad Mullahs dance moves and the soundtrack of from the cradle of civilisation, is this LP is a statement
for diversity, creativity, peace & freedom.
With Ahmed La Fünk on bass, Fredh al Fezer on drums, Habib L1 on keys and - as usual - sheyk rAleph on sitar, oud, saz & multi-instruments, (who travelled as far as Essaouira / Morocco for recording sessions),
at Volker Heller's studio in Nassau once again they placed great emphasis on sophisticated arrangements and perfect sound, without
losing the spirit of an authentic session character. As with the first studio album, the mastering was done by Busy Bühren from Truebusyness Berlin.
It was a great pleasure to win the Japanese multimedia artist and winner of the National Geographic Award, Takao Sakagami, for the front cover.
So it’s time to sit back, enjoy the trip and let your hips gyrate. Bon Voyage. Tonzonen