Rocking nomad once again hit the road with the best hard growling songs from the heart of Asia.
"The Ways of Nomad" - is the first official best of compilation by famous Tuvan folk-rock band Yat-Kha. The band was founded in early 90-s by talented singer and guitarist Albert Kuvezin conjointly with Russian avant-garde, electronic composer Ivan Sokolovsky. It soon became one of the few Russian world music groups, which can gain recognition in wide western audience. Yat-Kha managed to create a unique mix from mystical sounds of traditional throat-singing style kargiraa khoomei with innovative modern electronics and hi-energy groove of guitar punk-rock.
The album consists of some best and remarkable songs, which shows the true milestones in bands artistic biography. From early experiments with ethno-electronic sounding and continuous attempts to find their own musical style, to hard-biting folk-rock anthems of our days, created in collaboration with some famous western artists. In addition to the musical material from Yat-Kha studio albums, "The Ways of Nomad" includes some bonus concert tracks, previously officially unreleased.
released 11 October 2010
* Bass Guitar – Alexey Saaya* (tracks: 5 to 7, 8), Mikhail "Mahmoud" Skripalschikov* (tracks: 9 to 14)
* Drums – Evgeny Tkachev*
* Engineer – Alexey Saaya*, Ian Shaw (tracks: 7, 8), Jerry Melchers* (tracks: 9 to 14), Kari Hakkala*, Lu Edmonds (tracks: 4), Martijn Fernig (tracks: 2, 4)
* Guitar – Albert Kuvezin
* Igil, Performer [Xoomei] – Aldyn-ool Sevek (tracks: 7), Radik Tyulyush* (tracks: 9 to 14)
* Mastered By – Alexey Denisov*
* Morinhoor – Alexey Saaya*, Kan-ool Mongush (tracks: 2, 4)
* Percussion – Alexey Saaya* (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 7), Evgeny Tkachev*
* Performer [Yatha] – Albert Kuvezin (tracks: 2 to 4), Saylyk Ommun* (tracks: 9)
* Producer – Albert Kuvezin, Lu Edmonds (tracks: 1 to 8), Paul Corkett (tracks: 9 to 12)
* Tambourine [Dungur] – Lu Edmonds (tracks: 1, 3), Evgeny Tkachev*
* Vocals – Albert Kuvezin, Aldyn-ool Sevek, Alexey Saaya* (tracks: 7, 8), Kan-ool Mongush, Radik Tyulyush*, Saylyk Ommun* (tracks: 13, 14), Evgeny Tkachev* (tracks: 7)
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