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Ganga Giri — Nungabunda
Album: Tribe Vibe
Avg rating:
5.9

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Total ratings: 862









Released: 2004
Length: 6:18
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(instrumental)
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I love it .... {#Dancingbanana_2}
This is bloody fun. Hard to sit still.
Had to boost this to a 9. Dancin' in the seat!~
 givendale wrote:

Those crazy Austrians.  They lurve their didgeridoo.

 
 and their waltzes,  Wiener Schnitzel and Apfelstrudel

My frog loves this track, thank you for playing it!
 AzRunner wrote:
It sounds like the Austrian aboriginal didjeridu in many parts of the track.

 
Those crazy Austrians.  They lurve their didgeridoo.

 
Kinda reminds. Elf Jamiroquai circa 1993.
 bentonian wrote:
Love me some techno in Paradise! Groovy, danceable, funky, smooth. There's more to Paradise than the 7,000th time Bill spins Rockin in the Free World.
 
and enough rolling stones - you cant take always what you want... :D
 AzRunner wrote:
It sounds like the Austrian aboriginal didjeridu in many parts of the track.

 
Might an Austrian didjeridu also be called an Alphorn?
Got to see Ganga Gini last summer at Vancouver Folk Fest, excellent dance music!
Shpongle has colonized Australia... 
Liked it...and I detected a sample in there from Renaissance album...I think the track was Plastico but not 100% on that....but deffo a sample from a track on that triple album.
I had to use "mute"...
I love the music too, sometimes it is the right time to listen to it!! Like NOW!! Thx Bill
Awesome stuff!!! 

But Bill, if you're going this route, you should look into African Head Charge.
Love me some techno in Paradise! Groovy, danceable, funky, smooth. There's more to Paradise than the 7,000th time Bill spins Rockin in the Free World.
The natives are restless...
This is what drugs do to your brain. Just don't do it, kids!
Blech.  Sounds like it was made in some teens basement with  $50.00 loop software.  
{#No}
It sounds like the Austrian aboriginal didjeridu in many parts of the track.

Dancing frog
I see this cut has comments going back to 2004, mostly negative. I totally agree. With all this listener response, how does it keep getting recycled? There's so much good music that this station never approaches to fill the time, if you only explore. Lazy, Lazy, Lazy!
Wow!  My country but never heard of Ganga Giri.  Thanks Bill. {#Dancingbanana}
{#Bananajam}{#War}{#Dancingbanana_2}
 Zep wrote:
Nice distinction. This is a really great track. I don't care what they are saying or what the frogs are doing, but I do know one thing - it's helping me get my work done faster.

 
Ayers Rock. And roll. 
rah wrote:
this track kind illustrates the difference between music that's good to listen to (for instance, calexico, or REM, which we just heard) and music that's good to hear (like this lovely ambient groove). i dig it all...
Nice distinction. This is a really great track. I don't care what they are saying or what the frogs are doing, but I do know one thing - it's helping me get my work done faster.
sharkartist wrote:
:frustrated: this song really SUUUUUUUCCCCKKKS!
Okay, with feeling. Keep it on the one, now...
i'm feeling an uncontrollable urge for a Fosters
:frustrated: this song really SUUUUUUUCCCCKKKS!
coding_to_music wrote:
:bounce: :bounce: Frogs at a Rave :bounce: :bounce:
:roflol: :jump: :roflol: :jump: ROFLMFAO!!! :roflol: :jump: :roflol: :jump: - Riff
:bounce: :bounce: Frogs at a Rave :bounce: :bounce:
Ummm. Yeah. Ummm. MUTE
Like this tune 8)
Ummmm.....no, thank you. Really.
rah wrote:
this track kind illustrates the difference between music that's good to listen to (for instance, calexico, or REM, which we just heard) and music that's good to hear (like this lovely ambient groove). i dig it all...
Not sure I get the distinction, but I agree anyway! :wink:
"Wow...that just...kept goin', didn't it?" -Krusty the Clown
this track kind illustrates the difference between music that's good to listen to (for instance, calexico, or REM, which we just heard) and music that's good to hear (like this lovely ambient groove). i dig it all...
Nice! :bounce:
Somebody shoot the messenger. Shoot the band. Shoot the drum machine. Just make it stop!
This rocks :)
a nice rumpashaka
:music: great lounge music
This may be the exception to my SUBTITLES rule. I like the... what is it? Didgeridoo? A 6.
not bad. not for everybody.
ARRRRR :stop: GGGGHHHH !!!!!!
llazare wrote:
I'm a big fan of world, ethnic, or whatever you want to called folk-based musics from other cultures. Really, I totally dig ethnic music, but after a while all this neo-world dance stuff all starts to sound the same. I'm getting really bored by this past set.
This is the only song out of this set that I have found interesting so far. Could it be the name of the artiste?
I'm a big fan of world, ethnic, or whatever you want to called folk-based musics from other cultures. Really, I totally dig ethnic music, but after a while all this neo-world dance stuff all starts to sound the same. I'm getting really bored by this past set.
What Jack was listening to when he was writing in The Shining.
RobRyan wrote:
typed a letter .... still on.... went to the restroom, came back ... still on.... took a phone call and went up and checked the fax machine .... still on.... went and talked to my partner, came back ... still on ....errr... is this getting repetitive? then you get the idea of how i feel about this song
Only positive comments will be looked upon, this is the best song ever!!!! Really it is!!!
Just home from the finale of the Montreal Jazzfest and the Cirque de Soleil performance and this song sounds exactly like some of the accompanying music to the highwire stuff. A fiiting end for my night but I can see how ya'll would be a whirling dervish if you had to listen to this for too long.
typed a letter .... still on.... went to the restroom, came back ... still on.... took a phone call and went up and checked the fax machine .... still on.... went and talked to my partner, came back ... still on ....errr... is this getting repetitive? then you get the idea of how i feel about this song
jennifer wrote:
:bounce: if you're looking for something deep.. or some melody to mellow out to.. then you're obviously going to rate this poorly. i think more people should listen to each sound (yes, and the repetition of everything..) and appreciate it for what it is. this is a good song to have on if you're preoccupied with something. ...yknowwww? --- (click here)
argh, i'm preoccupied all right, with wondering if it will EVER end!
Freebish wrote:
Just like this it goes on for 72 minutes.
72 minutes, ohhhh, I would be ready to cut my wrists after 20.
steeler wrote:
Interesting . . . and somewhat seductive. How is the rest of this CD?
Just like this, |it goes on for 72 minutes.
Interesting . . . and somewhat seductive. How is the rest of this CD?
Leslie wrote:
Much too repetitive for my taste.
I agree.
Get DOWN with yo funky self, mate! :bounce:
:yell: Great stuff! In the words of Oliver Twist, "Please sir, may I have some more?"
Much too repetitive for my taste.
hmmm..eurosynth meets the outback....interesting, sort of....but it gets old fast
Why do you think they call it DOPE! Jungle Boogie Ubida ubida
britrock wrote:
Aaaagghhh - is this anything to do with Rolf Harris?
ROTFL! :lol: "Sun arise, early in de mornin'...." :whistle:
I keep picturing Kramer's jungle booty boogy with Elaine's roommate on an old Seinfeld episode. :kiss:
rgj13 wrote:
:-k :goodvibes: :sleep:
:headshake: :puke: :skull:
:-k :goodvibes.gif: :sleep:
didgeriDON'T! Nah, I'm just yankin' your chain. This rawks! Repetivly!
Great potential.... But it died in repetition... repetition... repetition... repetition... repetition... repetition... repetition...
while i don't dislike it, i'm just surprised that this is the second time in the last few hours that ganga giri has shown up. please. ecentricity can easily include diversity. there are so many other artists out there.
Kicks! I Liiiiiike it....yum!
:bounce: if you're looking for something deep.. or some melody to mellow out to.. then you're obviously going to rate this poorly. i think more people should listen to each sound (yes, and the repetition of everything..) and appreciate it for what it is. this is a good song to have on if you're preoccupied with something. ...yknowwww? --- (click here)
:bounce: :jump: :roflol: :whistle:
Aaaagghhh - is this anything to do with Rolf Harris?
i'm feelin it. :kiss:
MY EARS ARE BLEEDING!!! Make it stop already!!! :frustrated: :beat: :frustrated: :drunk: :puke:
it's not a bad song - but i'm not feeling it.
:beat: :beat: :beat: :beat: :beat: :beat: :beat: :beat: :beat: Make it stop!!!
Somewhere, Danny Tenaglia is laughing(or being lulled into catatonia). Someone upload some decent techno!
This is horrendously repetitive. Please no more of this "bump and grid" music.
Is the record stuck? :lol:
About 6 minutes and 25 seconds too long.
Hmmm... Ewok dance music? :eyes:
If I remember right, I heard this a week ago and thought it would be perfect for halloween!! Well here it is!
Arrg, don't tell me that the skipping near the end of the song is intentional.... This would be much better if it was half the length.
Great music to code to, I love it!! :bounce:
<-o< please tell me the needle is just skipping and it will all end soon.
DaWiz wrote:
Recipe: Take three or four samples... add occasional voice sample. Repeat endlessly. :beat:
Good way of putting it.. LOL
8O Lower than 1
this one is pretty much unnecessary. boring at best. and I'm a huge fan of electronic music. but this one belongs in the cut-out bin, imho.
Dont care for this techno crap. I feel like I should complain to the department of redundancy department. I'm glad it doesnt get played too often.
Pipes wrote:
Not only that, it's redundant and they keep doing the same thing over and over! :lol:
Yeah, plus, eash successive part sounds like the part before it, too.
I caught Nungabunda once. A few doses of penicillen and I was cured. Pity we can\'t get rid of this tune as easily.
Recipe: Take three or four samples... add occasional voice sample. Repeat endlessly. :beat:
:nodhead:
YES!!! Digging the Digeridoo! tab www.suncat.net
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Not only that, it's redundant and they keep doing the same thing over and over! :lol:
Is it time to wake up?
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Engaging. Art-house dance-pop synth-bop fused with aboriginal instruments. How in the world did they get the didgeridoo vocals? This song\'s \"next brick in the road\" for me: the coolness of that aboriginal instrument is the voice-like texture it produces.
:frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: please...no more of that. yikes! sorry. :eek:
:frustrated: :frustrated:
nice beat, but the song winds up going nowhere.
I kinda like the didgereedo :bounce:
Souns like I\'m lost in some jungle... and going around in circles. :cry:
:bounce: :bounce: :bounce: Very nice
Does this end at some point or is it actually stuck in a loop?
of all the girls, ganga is one of my favourites...wait, that\'s ganja :oops:
Haven\'t done much serious clubbing since the 80\'s, so I\'m woefully ignorant regarding \"house-deep-house-trance-tribal-techno\" etc But this I like. Time to take the closeted chubby grey beard Shiva Nataraja out on the dance floor again, to the delight or consternation of the youngsters, if I could find the right venue. :roll: :bounce: :bounce: :bounce: