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Mo Boma - Jijimuge mp3 album

  • Performer: Mo Boma
  • Title: Jijimuge
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: US
  • Formats: MMF MOD ADX TTA DMF DXD AUD
  • Released: 1992
  • Style: Tribal, Experimental, Ambient
  • MP3 album: 1473 mb
  • FLAC album: 1681 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 537
Mo Boma - Jijimuge mp3 album

Jijimuge (Interdiffusion Of Particulars) ‎(CD, Album, RE). Extreme. One of the best releases Extreme Records ever put out and I speak of the entire 4 Mo Boma catalog.

Mo Boma - Jijimuge Two. Terms of Service. Album: Jijimuge: Interdiffusion of Particulars, 2007. Jijimuge is the debut album of Mo Boma, released in 1992 by Extreme Records. TRACK LISTING: "Ituri Spaceman" "Ah Bobé" "Go Sneak It" "Jijimuge One: Hut Song/Chronos" "Strange Attractors" "The Drums Must Never Stop" "Invocation" "Jijimuge Two: Rebounders/Nanga Ningi"

Jijimuge: Interdiffusion of Particulars. Your browser does not support the audio element. Jijimuge One: Hut Song - Chronos.

Extreme Records (Australia). CD - Extreme Records (Australia)

Album: Myths Of The Near Future: Part Two. Release year: 1995. Mo Boma - First Thought Best Thought 02:11. Mo Boma - Mo Funk 03:28. Album: Myths Of The Near Future: Part Two. Mo Boma: best 2 tracks. Mo Boma - Mongombi Myths Of The Near Future: Part One, 1994 03:52. Mo Boma - Terrace Myths Of The Near Future: Part One, 1994 03:47.

Artist: Mo Boma Title Of Album: Jijimuge: Interdiffusion Of Particulars Year Of Release: 1997 Label: Extreme Records: XCD 017 Genre: Jazz, World Fusion, Ambient, Extreme Records Quality: FLAC (tracks+. Tracklist: 1. Ituri Spaceman 2:50 2. Ah Bobe 6:20 3. Go Sneak It 4:40 4. Jijimuge One 10:30 - Hut Song - Chronos 5. Strange Attractors 3:07 6. The Drums Must Never Stop 5:57 7. Invocation 7:30 8. Jijimuge Two 6:57 - Rebounders - Nanga Ningi.

1992 – Jijimuge, Mo Boma Extreme. 1993 – Hard Hat Area, Allan Holdsworth (Restless). 1994 – Myths of the Near Future Part One, Mo Boma (Extreme). 1995 – Myths of the Near Future Part Two, Mo Boma (Extreme). 1995 – Dofinn, Hilmar Jensson (Is Jazz). 1995 – Blonde Redhead, Blonde Redhead (Smells Like). 1996 – Myths of the Near Future Part Three, Mo Boma (Extreme). 1996 – Esprit, Kazumi Watanabe, (Polygram). 1997 – Seremonie, Skúli Sverrisson (Extreme). 2006 – Seria, Skúli Sverrisson (12 Tonar). 2006 – Family Album, Kitchen Motors (Bad Taste). 2007 – 23, Blonde Redhead (4AD). 2007 – Illusionista, Bass Instinct (Erschienen).

Tracklist

Ituri Spaceman 2:50
Ah Bobe 6:20
Go Sneak It 4:40
Jijimuge One (Hut Song / Chronos) 10:30
Strange Attractors 3:07
The Drums Must Never Stop 5:57
Invocation 7:30
Jijimuge Two (Rebounders / Nanga Ningi) 6:57

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
XCD 017 Mo Boma Jijimuge ‎(CD, Album) Extreme XCD 017 US 1992
XCD 017 Mo Boma Jijimuge (Interdiffusion Of Particulars) ‎(CD, Album) Extreme XCD 017 USA & Canada 1992
XCD 017 Mo Boma Jijimuge (Interdiffusion Of Particulars) ‎(CD, Album, RE) Extreme XCD 017 US 1997



Reviews about Mo Boma - Jijimuge (1):
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One of the best releases Extreme Records ever put out and I speak of the entire 4 Mo Boma catalog.Jijimuge is a Japanese Buddhist philosophy which basically stated everything in the universe is interlinked and nothing is separate of its counter parts. This cd combines percussive exotica from across the globe such as udu drum, kalimba and other sundries African and Balinese percussion along for the ride are synthesizer and amazing electric bass playing courtesy of Skuli Sverrisson. A trio of out of the box thinking musicians whose contributions never dominate one another's performances thru-out the release. The music is delicate, evocative and a ethno-psychochemical trip into the heart of what Jon Hassell pends as Forth World Music. There are no 4/4 techno beats here, piano interludes or recognizable instrumentation. Instead you get an earful of almost un-categorizible music that does not willfully conform to any particular pigeonholed marketable genre. So is it ambient music, world music, jazz? All and none would be the best answer to curiosity prone query. The music here is modern albeit with the brilliant use of archaic ethnic percussion to creative a very seductive immersive listening experience. A shame Mo Boma never released any more music because nothing else comes marginally close to these unique releases.

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