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Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
StereoPeriferic@mail.datanet.hu
Kerekes Band
Hungary
 
 
Live at A38 world music

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1.Csángó Boogie (04:42)
2.14 Pengő (06:18)
3.Jellyfish (06:45)
4.Mádi Jancsi (07:08)
5.Voodoo Csárda (04:10)
6.Piros Fehér Zöld (03:33)
7.Folklore Man (03:28)
8.Alexanders Horse (03:04)
9.Medina (07:41)
10.Hazafelé (04:09)
11.Cpt. Space Wolf (04:13)
12.Ethno Funk (06:28)
13.Mr. Hungary (07:39)
14.Szantofer (08:14)
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KB 05 CD 2014   13.00
 
 
Folklore Man world music

Enlarge this picture! Zsombor Fehér - flute; vocal
Csaba Námor - koboz; electric koboz
Ákos Csarnó - viola
Csaba Kónya - bass
Viktor Fehér - drums

Special Guest:
Juli Fábián - vocal (Waiting for the Sunshine)
Bertalan Farkas - voiceover (Cpt. Space Wolf)
Mike Finnigan - Hammond B3 (To Be Mine), vocal (Betyar Hero)
Paul Shields - voiceover (Betyar Hero)

1.Piros, Fehér, Zöld 04:08
2.Waiting for the Sunshine 03:32
3.Cpt. Space Wolf 03:52
4.Folklore Man 03:31
5.Betyar Hero 04:30
6.Voodoo Csárda 04:29
7.Lazy 03:17
8.Bartók in the Sky with Jesus 01:14
9.Alexander's Horse 03:18
10.To Be Mine 03:13
11.Mátra Volán 03:33
12.Take It Easy 06:10
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KB 04 CD 2013   13.00
 
 
What the Folk?! world music

Enlarge this picture! Zsombor Fehér - flute, vocal, electric bagpipe
Csaba Námor - koboz
Ákos Csarnó - viola, vocal
Csaba Kónya - bass
Viktor Fehér - drums, percussion, vocal

Featuring:
Mégötlövés - vocal
Zsófi Gyarmati - vocal

1.What the Folk
2.I Wanna Rock You
3.Mr. Hungary
4.Szantofer (Extended Version)
5.African Makuka
6.Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
7.Purple Pálinka
8.Stadion Folk
9.The Bad Guy
10.Hazafelé
11.1977
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KB 03 CD 2011   12.00
 
 
Fel a kalappal! world music

Enlarge this picture! From an ensemble playing authentic folk music from Gyimes and Moldva, through long and persistent learning and countless jam sessions for sheer love of the music, Kerekes Band has been 'polished' to become a band that mingles tunes of Hungarian folk music with a large variety of popular musical genres, creating a unique style they like to call 'Ethno Funk'. The international and countrywide success did not keep them waiting for too long; one of the most acknowledged world music magazines, the British Songlines voted their third album titled Pimasz to be one of the year's best world music albums ('Top of the World') in October, 2006. Fel a kalappal! (released in September, 2008) continues to enhance their unmistakable and further crystallized sound that couples folk instruments with modern electronics.

Zsombor Fehér - flute, electric bagpipe
Csaba Námor - electric koboz
Ákos Csarnó - viola
Csaba Kónya - bass, double bass
Viktor Fehér - drums

Featruing:
Mike Finnigan - Hammond B3 (track 4)
Barna Pély - vocal (track 6)

1.Ethno Funk
2.14 Pengő
3.Dr. Dudás
4.Pop Szegecs
5.Intro to Jellyfish
6.Jellyfish
7.Mádi Jancsi
8.Rekecsini Reloaded
9.Dervis
10.Tanyasi Jóska
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KB 02 CD 2008   12.00
 
 
Pimasz world music

Enlarge this picture! „Formed in Eger in 1995 Kerekes became a well-known dance-house band across Hungary and have had a regular dance-house in Eger since 1997.
Kerekes originally played traditional roots and folk music from Transylvania, Gyimes & Moldova and spent many of their early years playing and studying with the masters of Hungarian traditional music, especially Viktor & János Timár from Gyimes, with whom they learnt and collected over 250 folk-tunes, and with whom they learnt the craft of making music for dance. Kerekes craftsmanship and dedication earned them the title of ‘Young Masters of Folk Art’, an award given to them by the Ministry of National Cultural Heritage in Hungary in 1998.
Kerekes have since been influenced by contemporary music styles from around the world and now compose & perform a more modern and freestyle form of their own music with definite influences from their Balkan neighbours, Serbia, Romania & Turkey.
Lead by virtuoso flautist Zsombor Feher and backed by Viola (The viola's bridge is flattened to allow all the three strings to be played in unison) Bass, Drums and Koboz (a short-necked Lute of Middle Eastern origin) and the Utogardon (a Cello shaped strung percussion instrument peculiar to the Gyimes region in Hungary) Kerekes play what we are now classifying as ‘Magyar Funk’. A lively, jazzy, funky, dance-friendly form of music that pays proud homage to the folk music from their local Hungarian culture and yet is entertaining to a broad spectrum of the World’s music loving audiences young and old.
Recently influenced by many different contemporary music styles from around the world Kerekes now compose &perform a modern and freestyle form on their own music with definite influences from their Balkan neighbours.”
Phil Bergan

Zsombor Fehér – flute
Csaba Námor – lute
Ákos Csarnó – viola
Csaba Kónya – bass
Viktor Fehér – drums

1.Csángó Boogie
2.Medina
3.Pimasz / Cheeky
4.Searching
5.Ördöngös / Black Magic
6.Amadou
7.Két Pásztor / Two Shepards
8.Tűz Lángja / Flame Of The Fire
9.Stica
10.Nagyon Betyár / Unmitigated Rascal
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BGCD 170 CD 2006   12.00