Friday, March 09, 2007

Review: Gypsy Groove

When you listen to the “Gypsy Groove” CD, a new disc from Putamayo, you are presented with a cornucopia of styles of music from across the sea. World music is exactly what it’s called and it will inject some fresh forms and styles of music into your record collection or MP3 player.

Of the 11 songs on the “Gypsy Groove,” three focus the listener’s attention. The first song, “Balkan Beat Box,” opens with a contemporary drum machine beat that would easily be right at home with P-Funk or Sly and the Family Stone. This is a very danceable song that stays on-the-one till the end of the song, and includes some good harmonized horns.
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