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Entries in Traditionally Influenced (4)

Sunday
Jan132013

Slow Down

Slow Down is the result of a jamming session with my amazing guitarist Gizy Manora. It is a world fusion piece combining my love for the guitar and East African sounds.

catch us at http://missbeatricekateme-byakika1.bandcamp.com/

Slow Down

Saturday
Jul032010

Lost Little Girl (Acapella Version) by Tiffany Apan

The song “Lost Little Girl (Acapella Version)” is Tiffany Apan’s new single that was released in June of 2010.  This song features a more soulful side of Tiffany’s vocals.  In fact, Tiffany wrote the song when she portrayed a Free Style Jazz Singer in the world premiere of Marta Effinger’s “Whispers Want to Holler.”  “Lost Little Girl (Acapella Version)” was also a Finalist in the 2009 Best New Song in the World Contest.  The song was also featured in a ‘ghost hunting’ excavation of Farnam Manor on ParaNexus Universe Paranormal Talk Radio.  The song was also featured on the “La Femme Electrique” Compilation CD.

Lost Little Girl (Acapella Version)

Wednesday
Jun092010

Ghost by Tiffany Apan

First released to the internet in November of 2006, “Ghost” was the premiere song ever to be released by singer/songwriter/musician Tiffany Apan.  The song ended up on her 2008 debut releases titled “Poet.”  Since then, the song has been a hit among music fans particularly within the Goth, Folk, and Celtic/World genres.  “Ghost” has also been liscensed for tv, video, and film projects including becoming the official song for the Paranormal Research group, PASTIntel.  “Ghost” (along with the other songs off “Poet” has recieved song and music video rotation in the US and abroad.

Ghost

Saturday
Apr172010

Ata Fou by Te Vaka

Ata Fou by Te Vaka

Te Vaka is a group of musicians and dancers from Tokelau, Tuvalu, Samoa, Cook Islands and New Zealand brought together under the inspired leadership of Opetaia Foa’i. Te Vaka has been enchanting the world with their own brand of South Pacific Fusion since 1997. Using the rhythms of the log drum (“pate”), combined with traditional and contemporary instruments, Opetaia Foa’i and the band deliver a kaleidoscopic array of Pacific flavors in a genre all of it’s own.