An utterly fascinating, utterly diverse album that shoehorns 30 tracks into 72 minutes without, surprisingly, sacrificing either interest or momentum. The cuts, drawn from artists around the world range from traditional didgeridoo exercises to arcane outings built on new age music tropes and jungle rhythms. There are plenty of moments where listeners will likely end up shaking their heads in amazement at some of the sounds and rhythms this collection of didg-blowers produce with and without electronic assistance. The didgeridoo remains one of the most fascinating natural instruments, and this compilation has 30 great reasons why.
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