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Besh O Drom
Hungary
 
 
Down the Garden
(Kertünk alatt)
world music

Enlarge this picture! Attention! Not for conservation. It’s meant to dance to!

After 12 years, 4 continents, over 1,000 concerts, over 30,000 records sold, over 500,000 km’s of journey and 6 years with no album in April 2011 their new album, entitled „Kertünk alatt”, was released by NarRator Records. Besides the bursting energy and rhythms that make even the lame dance, the album features renewed sound, new instruments and the new discoveries of their music map.

„Besh o droM... means „sit on the road” in Lovari (a kind of Gypsy) language”, start all the descriptions. This expression really means „look after you business”, „do what you have to”, „find yourself”. The band started out 11 years ago to follow their own way, as their name suggests. Now is an important milestone on this road: after 6 years, the band’s 5th album is complete.

Besh o droM presents us the music of an imaginary world. In this world neighbouring peoples know each other, love each other and play each other’s musics. Various traditions are free to blend with each other and with modern influences. In this world there is no „folk police”, folk music can be used, formed freely, and from self-taught punk-rocker to instructed Gypsy musician anyone is free to play it.

The band became stronger, more energetic and even more virtuos through the years. They play their characteristic dance music with a new sound; on folk, acustic, electric and electronic instruments.

Lili Kaszai – vocals
Ádám Pettik – percussion, vocals
Gergely Barcza – saxophones, kaval, EWI, tárogató, kaossilator
Attila Sidoo – guitar
Attila Herr – bass
József Csurkulya – hammered dulcimer
Vilmos Seres – accordion

Guests:
Péter Vadász – drums (1,2,4,9)
Péter Somos – drums (7)

1.Büntető
2.Túl e vizen
3.Csángó leány
4.Hilti csocsek
5.Keluska
6.7S
7.Kertünk alatt
8.Kovalam
9.Csávás
10.Pacsirta
11.Túl e vizen – Jutasi and Sab remix
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NRR 107 CD 2011   13.00
 
 
Best of Drom world music

Enlarge this picture! „Besh o droM... means „sit on the road” in Lovari (a kind of Gypsy) language”, start all the descriptions. This expression really means „look after you business”, „do what you have to”, „find yourself”. The band started out 11 years ago to follow their own way, as their name suggests.

Besh o droM presents us the music of an imaginary world. In this world neighbouring peoples know each other, love each other and play each other’s musics. Various traditions are free to blend with each other and with modern influences. In this world there is no „folk police”, folk music can be used, formed freely, and from self-taught punk-rocker to instructed Gypsy musician anyone is free to play it. This best of album was made in 2011 along with the 5. album, which in the past 10 years of successful songs can be heard.

Lili Kaszai – vocals
Ádám Pettik – percussion, vocals
Gergely Barcza – saxophones, kaval, EWI, tárogató, kaossilator
Attila Sidoo – guitar
Attila Herr – bass
József Csurkulya – hammered dulcimer
Vilmos Seres – accordion

1.Space Maudi
2.Mahala
3.Román swing
4.Tortapapír
5.Makedón
6.Meggyújtom a pipám
7.Lake Jakha
8.Úgy elmennék
9.Ha megfogom az ördögöt
10.Rumelaj
11.Büntető
12.Túl e vizen
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NRR 115 CD 2011   13.00
 
 
Gyí! world music

Enlarge this picture! Probably the most popular Hungarian world music band today. Besh o droM offers the mix loved by the fans of the East-European music: hot Balkan rhythms and gypsy tunes with sence of humour and modernity. They are frequent guests of the main festivals around Europe and America.
This album follows the path of the previous two, but it is more diverse and more up-to-date. Two well-known female singers take part in the album – Ági Szalóki and Mónika Mitsoura (both having their own albums distributed by SoundSower).

Gergő Barcza - alt and tenor saxophone, kaval
László Békési - tenor saxophone, clarinet
József Csurkulya - dulcimer
Ádám Pettik - voice, derbouka, chan, drum machine, percussion
Attila Sidoo - guitar
Péter Tóth - trumpet
Tamás Zsoldos - bass guitar
Csaba Dr. Talabos - tapan
László Molnár - double bass
Ági Szalóki - voice
Mónika Juhász Miczura - voice

1.Újcsocsek
2.Tortapapír
3.Makedón
4.Lei Toi
5.Fidóé
6.Meggyújtom a pipám
7.Kavalos
8.Lake Jakha
9.Mániás depresszió
10.Úgy elmennék
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CDBOD 0303 CD 2004   15.00
 
 
Can\\\'t make me!
(Nekemnemmutogatol!)
world music

Enlarge this picture! Ádám Pettik - derbouka, chan, percussion, voice
Gergő Barcza - alt saxophone, ney, vocal
Attila Sidoo - guitar, vocal
József Csurkulya - dulcimer, vocal
Péter Tóth - trumpet, vocal
László Békési - tenor saxophone, clarinet, vocal
Tamás Zsoldos - bass guitar

Featuring:
Mónika Juhász Miczura (Micu) - voice, oral bass
Géza orczy - tapan, buzuki
Dj Mango - rap, scratch
MC Busa - beatbox

1.Nekemtenemmutogatol oro
2.Neyem, neyem...
3.Csángó Menyhárt
4.Engem anyám megátkozott...
5.Bevezető
6.Cigansko oro
7.Afgán
8.Csujogató
9.Pergető
10.Koczkáé
11.Kannaszóló
12.Igényes legényes
13.Manócsávó
14.Széles világ
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CDBOD 0202 CD 2002   15.00
 
 
Macsó Hímzés world music

Enlarge this picture! Balkan trance & gypsy madness on XXI century's way. Sax instead of trumpet, cimbalom instead of tambura, Besh o Drom instead of Goran Bregovich. Dance and enjoy!

Ági Szalóki – lead vocal
Gergő Barcza – soprano, alt and tenor saxophones, ney flute, kaval, tingiling
Ádám Pettik – watercan, derbouka, tapan, viola, udu, tingiling, lead vocal
Attila Sidoó – guitar, vocal
Csaba Bese – bass guitar
Róbert Farkas Harcsa – accordion, violin
József Csurkulya - cimbalom
Géza Orczy - derbuka, tapan, oud
András Monori - trumpet
Péter Tóth - trumpet
Mango - scratch
K-Roy – drum programming

1.Pusztító
2.Space Maudi
3.9 S
4.Mahala
5.Katalin
6.Román swing
7.Lazító
8.Talyata
9.Sufi light
10.Kecskés
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FA-082-2 CD 2000   15.00