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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: World :: George Telek and David Bridie - Lili Ram Kavavar
 

George Telek and David Bridie - Lili Ram Kavavar

George Telek and David Bridie - Lili Ram Kavavar
'Lili Ram Kavavar' is track 2 on a Bit na Ta; an album that is the culmination, so far, of a deep friendship between Melbourne composer-producer David Bridie and Tolai superstar George Telek. Their 30-year collaboration bore first fruit when David's band, Not Drowning Waving, went to Rabaul to make Tabaran, the landmark "world music" album acclaimed by David Byrne and Peter Gabriel in the early 1990s.

This month a Bit na Ta flew to the No.9 spot on the Transglobal World Music Chart | Jan 2017 – and has been selected to appear on the coveted annual ‘Top of the World’ album compilation released by Songlines Magazine UK. In this same edition the album has received a 5 star review. Locally it’s been selected by leading world music journalist Seth Jordan as his pick of ‘Best Album’ in the annual Rhythms Magazine Writers Poll.

'Lili Ram Kavavar' is a creation song about the spirit of the ocean, and the volcano: the source of life for the Tolai people. George Telek sings a spirit song, with David Bridie who enlists John Phillips [Not Drowning Waving] on guitar.

About this track...

Lili Ram Kavavar is a creation song by George Telek and David Bridie about the spirit of the ocean, and the volcano: the source of life for the Tolai people. Percussion is Kundu drums from PNG, and found percussion from around the village.

 
 
Details
Number Of People In Act 2 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In VIC
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Rabaul, Papua New Guinea
Taken From The Release Titled a Bit na Ta
Copyright Holder's Name George Telek
Publisher Wantok Musik Foundation
Media Servicing Date 2017-01-11
Main Genre World
Genre 2 Indigenous
Genre 3 Roots
Genre 4 Atmospheric
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
Artist Official Web Site http://www.wantokmusik.org/
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