Didjeridu Planet 2

Didjeridu Planet 2

Various Artists

Didjeridu List/Perfect Pitch

This CD fascinates me if only by its nature — it was produced by the dedicated members of an e-mail list, by a very Internet-democratic process. The results are entries from around the planet, and should you scoff at the somewhat geeky genesis of the project, you’ll be floored by the sounds contained here. The didgeridu is about the simplest instrument I can think of, yet all the sounds produced here are radically different underneath the buzzing overtone. A real mind-expanding experience.

Perfect Pitch Music Marketing, 704 Gilman St., Berkeley, CA 94710; http://www.oneimage.com/~mcdave/dp2linn.html

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