Pulse: A Stomp Odyssey - soundtrack

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Pulse: A Stomp Odyssey - soundtrack

Title:Pulse: A Stomp Odyssey - soundtrack
Medium:1CD
Label:Six Degrees
Catalogue number:-
Release date:January 28, 2003
Tracks: 01. Beat Box - Various Artists
02. Candyall Beat - Carlinhos Brown/Timbalada/Os Zarabe
03. Xlao Tshao - Qwii Music Arts' Trust Khoi San Music
04. American Indian Dance Theatre
05. Les Percussions De Guinee
06. Click Song - Glina Mkhize
07. Keralan Procession - Pallavur Sreedharan/Panchavadyam/Peruvanam kuttan Marar
08. Flamenco - Eva Yerbabuena
09. Brooklyn Bridge - The Jersey Surf Drum And Bugle Corps/The Jackie Robinson Steppers
10. Grain Song - Tswana Village
11. Tswana Dance - Moremogolo Tswana Traditional Dancers
12. Underwater - STOMP
13. Rooftop - STOMP
14. Tsweretswere - Qwii Music Arts' Trust Khoi San Music
15. Stomp House - STOMP
16. Qwii Music Arts' Trust Khoi San Music - (By Mr. Bill And Mr. Ben remix)
17. Candyall Beat - Carlinhos Brown/Tambalada And Os Zarabe (Mr. Bill And Mr. Ben remix)
18. Pulse, The - Various Artists/Keith Wildchild Middleton
19. Village Voices - (Mr. Bill And Mr. Ben remix)
20. India - Shafaatullah Khan (Karsh Kale remix)
21. Candyall Beat - Carlinhos Brown, Timbalada and Os Zarabe (remix produced by Stewart Copeland with Emilio Kauderer & Jeff Seitz) (3:03)
Remarks:The soundtrack to Pulse: a STOMP Odyssey is a vibrant, global journey. Pulse features the cast of STOMP as well as some of the world's greatest drummers and percussion ensembles. STOMP is the acclaimed group of percussive performers who can be seen in their hit show, which plays on stages around the world. Pulse also features Spain's flamenco sensation Eva Yerbabuena, South Africa's Qwii Music Arts' Trust Khoi San Music, Brazil's Carlinhos Brown, Keith "Wildchild" Middleton and specially commissioned remixes from Stewart Copeland, Karsh Kale & Mr. Bill and Mr. Ben.

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