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Posted:I've just found some new spinning favourites.. Magnus Canta has some great spinning tunes on their "enchanted spirits" album. It's hard to describe these guys- it's like a liturgical choir made friends with an 808 drum machine and a mixer. Freaking awesome.
Same thing with Lesiem's album "Illuminations". There's some lovely spinning tunes on this one too, including "Afrika", which is nice for a slow to medium speed graceful spin.
Sarah Brightman's "Harem" album, the title track is also exellent.
And one of my favorites, Kodo, the famous Japanese drummers. Their "Mondo Head" album has some nice spinning tracks, my favourite happens to be "psychopomp", which contains a samisan player who sounds like he's taken speed. Insanely fast and great to dance to. Trust me on this.
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