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Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
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Korai Öröm
Hungary
 
 
2013 progressive psychedelic psychedelic

Enlarge this picture! The 11th album from the legendary, tribal, psychedelic,ethno band from Budapest. Nothing surprising, Korai Orom are playing the beautiful „music of the non existing worlds” since 1990…with practically the same concept and line- up: the magic ethno sounds produced by the fuyara, jew’s harp, throat singing, the psychedelic keyboards, the pulsing, tribal drums and percussions with the massive, powerful and minimal basslines. On this recording the guitars produce occasionally some louder sounds as well as playing the usual ethnic tunes.

Andor Kovács - guitars
Péter Szalai – guitars
Miklós Paizs – fuyara pipes,jews harp, hose-pipe trumpet,throat singing
János Jócsik - percussions
Gábor Borosi - keyboards
Zsolt Nádasdi - percussions
Tibor Vécsi - vocals
Viktor Csányi - drums
Zoltán Kilián - bass

1.Dawn Raga
2.Arab Spring
3.Victory
4.Periodic
5.Afro
6.Deltoid
7.JMJ
8.Dissolve
9.Night Raga
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KORA 2013 CD 2013   14.00
 
 
2010 psychedelic ambient ambient

Enlarge this picture! Beyond the well-known dynamic drum and base percussion beats (Viktor Csányi, Zoltán Kilián, János Jócsik, Zsolt Nádasdi), Péter Szalay’s scrapey, rather ethereal and at times metallic guitar melodies are also key features of this album. Naturally, unique tunes played on a fuyara and Jew’s harp by Miklós Paizs also spice up the typical, forever renewing „Korai” melodies, to which the lead singer Tibi Vécsi adds a little something extra. The new keyboard player, Gábor Borosi, once again reproduced an ambiance invoking the atmosphere of psychedelic, electronic, acid parties.

Gábor Borosi - keyboards
Viktor Csányi - drums
János Jócsik - percussion
Zoltán Kilián - bass
Zsolt Nádasdi - percussion
Miklós Paizs - fuyara, whistle, jews harp
Péter Szalay - guitar
Tibor Vécsi - vocal

Featuring:
Dalma Berger - vocal
Napsugár Tóth - vocal
Gergő Katona - horn

1.Qkori - Quiquiri (5:11)
2.Dalmadala - (5:51)
3.Emlékszel? - Remember? (4:41)
4.Kohó - Forge (9:56)
5.Vibra - Vibrant (6:57)
6.Partyzán - Partysan (4:54)
7.Copyright People (7:02)
8.Kivezető - Outro (5:02)
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KORA 2010 CD 2010   13.00
 
 
2009 progressive psychedelic psychedelic

Enlarge this picture! The band was formed around 1992. It was the first band in Hungary using video- and slideprojections as an integral part of the performances, which were followed by 'acid parties' : also a new thing in the early 90-es. KÖ plays improvisative music, named by the media 'urban folk, earth psychedelics, action-music, the folk music of non-existing folks'. The band has 'developed their own signature sound' (Wayside Music, USA), which elements are world music, presented by instruments like fuyara, didgeridoo, jew's harp, Tuvian khömei voice; modern dance rhythms played live by the drums and many percussions, and psychedelic guitars and keyboards. KÖ was choosen twice the concert band No:1 of the year as per the public vote of the Hungarian magazine Magyar Narancs. The secret of its success is the live and improvisative performance of music, usually played on computers and the live videomix supporting the show. KÖ is popular far beyond the borders of Hungary. Since 1993 the band tours with success in Europe and besides many clubs and fests of Western Europe they visit places like St. Petersburg (Russia), Kosova and Macedonia. The most acknowledged European world music magazine Folk Roots, (UK) called the band 'original post-folk, psyhedelic, trans-out Hungarian ravers'. The band has released nine albums which also received warm welcome on the international scene. Their music was released by German and Dannish labels, licenced for many compilations (incl. by Sony Germany), used for movies, theatre pieces and CD-ROMs. Their videoclips were nominated for different awards (for example by the B-Film festival in Berlin).

Emil Biljarszki – keyboards, acoustic guitar
Viktor Csányi – drums
János Jócsik – percussions
Zoltán Kilián – bass
Zsolt Nádasdi – percussions
Miklós Paizs – fuyara, jews harp, whistle, khöömei, mbira
Péter Szalay – guitar
Tibor Vécsi – vocal

Featuring:
Tatjana Kalmykova – voice
Gábor Szántó - guitar

1.Új Arab
2.Tizenkettő negyed
3.Kínai
4.Úszós
5.Mbira
6.A paraszt visszavág
7.Szubarú
8.Latin
9.Akusztikus
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1G200902212 CD 2009   13.00
 
 
2005 alternative psychedelic psychedelic

Enlarge this picture! The band was formed around 1992. It was the first band in Hungary using video- and slideprojections as an integral part of the performances, which were followed by 'acid parties' : also a new thing in the early 90-es. KÖ plays improvisative music, named by the media 'urban folk, earth psychedelics, action-music, the folk music of non-existing folks'. The band has 'developed their own signature sound' (Wayside Music, USA), which elements are world music, presented by instruments like fuyara, didgeridoo, jew's harp, Tuvian khömei voice; modern dance rhythms played live by the drums and many percussions, and psychedelic guitars and keyboards.
KÖ was choosen twice the concert band No:1 of the year as per the public vote of the Hungarian magazine Magyar Narancs. The secret of its success is the live and improvisative performance of music, usually played on computers and the live videomix supporting the show.
KÖ is popular far beyond the borders of Hungary. Since 1993 the band tours with success in Europe and besides many clubs and fests of Western Europe they visit places like St. Petersburg (Russia), Kosova and Macedonia. The most acknowledged European world music magazine Folk Roots, (UK) called the band 'original post-folk, psyhedelic, trans-out Hungarian ravers'.
The band has released eight albums which also received warm welcome on the international scene. Their music was released by German and Dannish labels, licenced for many compilations (incl. by Sony Germany), used for movies, theatre pieces and CD-ROMs. Their videoclips were nominated for different awards (for example by the B-Film festival in Berlin).
The new album is out in September 2005. Besides the instrumental earth beat mixture it feat.... female Bulgarian folk and Hungarian jazz singers as well as live sitar and a videoclip full of Easter-European humour.
Probably the best new psychedelic ensemble around! WAYSIDE MUSIC (USA)
The music of Korai Öröm is overwhelming, visionary and at the same time humane, natural, mindexpanding... real earth psychedelics. CROHINGA WELL (Belgium)
Original, not copied from MTV, but an up-to-date band NÉPSZABADSÁG (Hungary)
Their astro-dub-rock shaman tribes art is not just music, they create moods translating to the audience music of non-existing folks, Each show can be perceived as fully artistic action MAGYAR NARANCS
Korai Öröm merges the sounds of many nations and galaxies MY WAY (Germany).
...take a measure of psychedelic music and add a solid dose of East European shamanistic folk ritual that has been around for centuries. CRANIUM MUSIC (New Zealand)
The band has propelled itself into the enviable position of being an eminent member of the international music scene. Music and cinema under the same roof, a complex entertainment for the eye and the ear. BUDAPEST SUN
...The most important underground band of the 90-s. The connecting link between alternative and dance music. INDEX.HU

Emil Biljarszki – keyboards
Viktor Csányi – drums
János Jócsik – percussion
Zoltán Kilián – bass
Zsolt Nádasdi - percussion
Miklós Paizs – fuyara, jews harp, trumpet, whistle
Péter Szalay – guitar
Gábor Szántó - guitar
Tibor Vécsi – vocal

Featuring:
Veronika Harcsa - vocal
Nevena & Vladislava - vocal
Szabolcs Tóth - sitar

1.2005/1
2.2005/2
3.2005/3
4.2005/4
5.2005/5
6.2005/6
7.2005/7
8.2005/8
9.2005/9
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1G20050926-2 CD 2005   13.00
 
 
Reflected Remixed alternative

Enlarge this picture! Porcupine Tree and Ozric Tentacles lovers: go ahead!
„Their ability to fuse psychedelic rock, Eastern European folk influences and shamanist tradition is stunning. Their ingredients of this rich mixture are tribal percussion, pagan flutes, shamanist trance rock, ambient soundscapes, bizarre hungarian voices harmonising with burning guitar leads; it’s all in there. The music is Korai Öröm is overhelming, visionary and the same time humane, natural, mindexpaning… read earth psychedelics”
Crohinga Well - Belgium

1.Amb - Cinder (5:56)
2.Emil - 7/8 (4:43)
3.A tonal diktatur - Power Plant (5:07)
4.Carbonfools - Country & Western Mix (4:59)
5.Matyim - Peace to Me (2:40)
6.Cord - Colourful Clouds of Light (4:52)
7.Suefo & Vono Box - Trip to Goa (3:20)
8.Thomas F - Ragapani (4:00)
9.Franklin Deluxe - Drycutter Flame (4:46)
10.Hangar - Revolting Mix (3:41)
11.Lejön & Secretman - Shaman diszkó (4:39)
12.Tigrics - Hajtóvadász (4:58)
13.Al haca - Music filast (3:20)
14.Dj Jeryll - The space guitar mix (2:08)
15.Beatman & Ludmilla - 6. (4:21)
16.DrapDap - apró_dsp-mezo_mx_v3.0-4.2 (2:09)
17.Kovács Andor & Virgács - Balkan Beach (4:56)
18.Secretman & Lord Cursor - Béla bá (5:35)
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BGCD 091 CD 2003   13.00