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Vasmalom
Hungary
 
 
I. folk world music

Enlarge this picture! Periferic Records decided to re-release all three VASMALOM albums in 2000 for the demand of record dealers from Europe and USA. All Vasmalom albums were originally released by the artists themselves. We added new artworks to the booklets keeping the idea of the original ones. The first VASMALOM album was never released as a CD, so go for it.
The essence of Vasmalom is in their musical talent and the instruments the musicians play on. In many cases they play authentic folk music, in some others they really go crazy (it sounds like ’rock and roll – if you understand what I mean) that is the best world music on my opinion. Among others the best Hungarian folk musicians are featured on the Vasmalom albums, such as: Kálmán Balogh, Tibor Csuhaj-Barna, András Dóczy, Gábor Reőthy, Balázs Szokolay. All three albums are recommended to those who like the sound of cimbalom, viola, double bass, violin, lute, percussion bass viol, bagpipe, mouth harp, flutes, mandocello, tapan and of course beautiful vocal.

András Dóczy - violin, vocal
Éva Molnár - vocal, ütőgardon, brácsa, kontra
Gábor Reőthy - mandolincello, moldavian flute (bass), jaws harp, darbuka, tapan, vocal
László Nemessányi - double-bass, vocal
Ferenc Tobak - bagpipe, flute

1.Aj Istenem adj erőt a lovamnak (4:17)
2.Hej tok lányok (5:42)
3.Rab vagyok (3:38)
4.Kecsketánc (4:08)
5.Búbánat, búbánat (5:16)
6.Tiii-dli-dli-dli dli-dli-dli-dli (5:11)
7.Gyere velem katonának (4:02)
8.Hol jártál bárjánkám? (5:00)
9.Jár a kislány (3:01)
10.Ludasim, pajtásim! (4:27)
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BGCD 076 CD 2001   13.00
 
 
II. folk world music

Enlarge this picture! Periferic Records decided to re-release all three VASMALOM albums in 2000 for the demand of record dealers from Europe and USA. All Vasmalom albums were originally released by the artists themselves. We added new artworks to the booklets keeping the idea of the original ones. The first VASMALOM album was never released as a CD, so go for it.
The essence of Vasmalom is in their musical talent and the instruments the musicians play on. In many cases they play authentic folk music, in some others they really go crazy (it sounds like ’rock and roll – if you understand what I mean) that is the best world music on my opinion. Among others the best Hungarian folk musicians are featured on the Vasmalom albums, such as: Kálmán Balogh, Tibor Csuhaj-Barna, András Dóczy, Gábor Reőthy, Balázs Szokolay. All three albums are recommended to those who like the sound of cimbalom, viola, double bass, violin, lute, percussion bass viol, bagpipe, mouth harp, flutes, mandocello, tapan and of course beautiful vocal.

Kálmán Balogh - cimbalom, viola
Tibor Csuhaj-Barna - double bass, vocal
András Dóczy - violin, lute, vocal
Éva Molnár - vocal, viola, percussion bass viol
Gábor Reőthy - mandolincello, tapan, darbuka, vocal
Balázs Szokolay Dongó - bagpipe, flute, sopran sax, tilinkó, mouth harp, mongolian style singing

1.Dudanóta (3:10)
2.Gergelem (6:06)
3.Szerelem (2:57)
4.Kerekes / Péter kertje (5:11)
5.Járd ki lábam (4:51)
6.Testvér (4:13)
7.Napra csillag (5:44)
8.Add fel Isten azt a napot (2:37)
9.Bolgár cigány horo (5:52)
10.Keresztutak (4:50)
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BGCD 077 CD 2001   13.00
 
 
III. folk world music

Enlarge this picture! Periferic Records decided to re-release all three VASMALOM albums in 2000 for the demand of record dealers from Europe and USA. All Vasmalom albums were originally released by the artists themselves. We added new artworks to the booklets keeping the idea of the original ones. The first VASMALOM album was never released as a CD, so go for it.
The essence of Vasmalom is in their musical talent and the instruments the musicians play on. In many cases they play authentic folk music, in some others they really go crazy (it sounds like ’rock and roll – if you understand what I mean) that is the best world music on my opinion. Among others the best Hungarian folk musicians are featured on the Vasmalom albums, such as: Kálmán Balogh, Tibor Csuhaj-Barna, András Dóczy, Gábor Reőthy, Balázs Szokolay. All three albums are recommended to those who like the sound of cimbalom, viola, double bass, violin, lute, percussion bass viol, bagpipe, mouth harp, flutes, mandocello, tapan and of course beautiful vocal.

Balázs Szokolay Dongó - bagpipe, flute, furaja, sopran sax, mongolian style singing
Kálmán Balogh - cimbalom
László Nyiri - violin
Éva Molnár - vocal
Tibor Csuhaj-Barna - double bass
Gábor Reőthy - mandolincello, tapan, tilinkó
Ágnes Papp - vocal

1.Dudanóta II. (6:52)
2.Veres az ég (4:30)
3.Erdélyies (4:13)
4.Párját vesztett (2:48)
5.Gergelytánc (4:29)
6.Porondos víz (8:03)
7.A cimbalmos moldvai (6:46)
8.Szerelem II. (4:00)
9.Viharsarokk (4:31)
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BGCD 078 CD 2001   13.00