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The Ex & Brader Mûsîkî - 6.2 mp3 album

The Ex & Brader Mûsîkî - 6.2 mp3 album Performer: The Ex
Title: 6.2
Style: Folk Rock, Punk, Avantgarde
Date of release: 1991
Size MP3: 1350 mb
Size FLAC: 1446 mb
Rating: 4.2
Format: DMF WMA MIDI VOX ADX XM WAV

The Ex & Brader Mûsîkî & Various With Herr Seele & Kamagurka ‎– The 6 Series: . - . Etichetta: Ex Records ‎– . /6. Serie: The Ex 6 Series – . comes with leaflets, a sticker and a Kurdistan booklet. Recorded and mixed on April 7, 1991 at ADM's in Amsterdam, Holland. Published by Low Noise Music.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Ex Records (catalog number Ex . ). This album was released in 1991-04-00 year. Format of the release is.

Each of the singles explored different facets of The Ex's musical relationships and interests, featuring collaborations with an array of musicians and other artists. The 6 singles were not released on The Ex's CD collection, Singles.

1 bore two songs sung by Ex vocalist . Sok and were characteristic of the band's music from that period. featured vocals and saz by Brader Mûsîkî, a Kurdish musician who had previously collaborated with The Ex on their album Joggers and Smoggers. Brader Mûsîkî – vocals and saz on . Jeroen – sounds on . and . Han Bennink – drums on . '. Ab Baars – saxophone and clarinet on .

Millîtan, Çemê Rynê. com/artist/Brader+Mûsîkî. All data is sourced from freedb.

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Five days in The Netherlands. The adventurous, innovative Dutch band The Ex celebrates a five day festival in five main venues all over The Netherlands. Among the many, very different guests invited, are young new bands, improvising legends, Thurston Moore solo, musicians and dancers from Ethiopia, a blasting Ex set and a lot more! 26/02 GRONINGEN - Vera @ 20:00 The Ex, Fendika (ETH), Thurston Moore (USA), Han Bennink (NL), Chocolat Billy (F), MC Bart FM Droog, DJ Paul Schwarte.

Tracklist

A Millîtan
B Çemê Rynê

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – ADM's Koeienverhuurbedrijf
  • Mixed At – ADM's Koeienverhuurbedrijf
  • Published By – Low Noise Music
  • Distributed By – Konkurrent
  • Distributed By – Rough Trade
  • Mastered At – The Masters – 842760

Credits

  • Liner Notes [Global Culture] – Stan Rijven
  • Liner Notes [Hello/Hallo] – The Ex
  • Mastered By – HCP*
  • Musician [The Ex Are. (Drums, Bass, Guitars, Double-Bass, Violin, Backing Vocals)] – Andy*, G.W.Sok*, Katrin*, Luc*, Terrie*
  • Producer – Dolf*
  • Sounds [Live-sound] – Jeroen
  • Written-By, Music By, Vocals, Baglama [Saz] – Brader*

Notes

This is issue 6.2 in a series of six. 6.2 contains: a 7" inch record, leaflets, a sticker and a Kurdistan-booklet.

Recorded and mixed on April 7, 1991 at ADM's koeienverhuurbedrijf in Amsterdam, Holland.

Published by Low Noise Music.

Sleeve-design based on a poster by Alexander Rodchenko (1891-1956), and on the colors of the Kurdish flag.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched In Side A): HCP 842760 EX 6.2A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched In Side B): HCP 842760 EX 6.2B