Sunday, March 2, 2008

Oi Va Voi

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Oi Va Voi are a British band that takes its name from a Yiddish-derived exclamation popular in modern Hebrew meaning, approximately "Oh, dear!". It is an experimental band from London, England, which formed in the late 1990s. Their sound draws on Jewish music from both the Ashkenazic and Sephardic traditions, including both klezmer and Ladino music, as well as Eastern European, especially Hungarian folk music, as well as contemporary electronic music.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oi_Va_Voi
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Oi Va Voi came together in the late 1990s when trumpeter Lemez Lovas, drummer Josh Breslaw, bassist Leo Bryant, clarinettist Steve Levi, guitarist Nik Ammar and violinist Sophie Solomon pooled their diverse musical backgrounds in left-field jazz, hip-hop, rock bands, drum n bass and Jewish klezmer. With the addition of K.T.Tunstall on guest vocals, their debut album fused modern dance music, singer-songwriter sensitivity and their Jewish cultural heritage with global rhythms drawn from Eastern Europe, the Mediterranean and beyond. Laughter Through Tears received rave reviews and won two nominations in the BBC Radio 2 awards for world music. Yet anybody who saw Oi Va Voi's spectacular live shows was left in little doubt that they were far more than a world music act with an enviable ability to rock a crowd and get a dance floor heaving.
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http://www.myspace.com/oivavoi
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http://rapidshare.com/files/28931132/oi_va_voi_-_oi_va_voi_sharedmp3.net_.rar
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3 comments:

nelson said...

the link finish. could you play again. sorry my inglish. from uruguay whit love.
Nelson

CHRIS IOANNOU G. said...

here is a new link
http://rapidshare.com/files/28931132/
oi_va_voi_-_oi_va_voi_sharedmp3.net_
.rar

CHRIS IOANNOU G. said...

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