21 comments on a man falls seven times, rises up eight by d-doublethink.

I just love Oleg Kuular. And domog was great. Huun-Huur-Tu was so guttural and tribal it was refreshing! Aw, man, I wanna learn throat singing!

@d-doublethink. finally some throat singing with actual guttural depth! lol. really interesting playlist, thanks for compiling this! :D ... it's not throat singing, though 2-3 of them have it, but you might like this: 8tracks.com/astralrealms/revelations

Dear d-doublethink.,

Thank you kindly for your time and efforts in creating this wonderful mix, well chosen cover and description, really appreciate it all.

You have certainly made a difference in my life, I thank you and am grateful of the people behind all the voices however you have made the biggest difference in sharing such powerful voices with the rest of society and most importantly showcasing the beauty of other cultures on this amazing planet.

Regards Enduser

Having worked on my own Mongolian/Tuvan mix, I wanted to check out what else was available on 8tracks - which unfortunately isn't very much at all. But this is a true gem! Wonderful.
Highlights for me were Okna Tsahan Zam and the track from Huun Huur Tu's collaboration with the Bulgarian Voices Angelite.

oh gosh, thanks so much, it means a lot to me!! i had no idea there were other tuvan mixes, so i'll definitely look at yours, because we can never have too many of those!! i appreciate it a lot, though!

[ huun huur tu and the voices angelite is one of my person favourites 8) ]

I saw one Tuvan group, they're called Alash. they were in Chicago 2 weeks ago. The show was $5 suggested donation at University of Chicago, and one of the best shows I have ever seen in my life.

 
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