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Biobazar: Obomkontek

Dany Janvier

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And Friends (100 bpm)
Dany Janvier
Dans le champ de Higgs (130 bpm)
Dany Janvier
Sky Fish (130 bpm)
Dany Janvier
Sasquatch Dance (133 bpm)
Dany Janvier
Melatonine (122 bpm)
Dany Janvier
And Friends (Radio edit)
Dany Janvier
Dans le champ de Higgs (Radio edit)
Dany Janvier
Sky Fish (Radio edit)
Dany Janvier
Total Playing Time    70:58
This project from Dany Janvier is a tribute to the roots and ramifications of the world’s peoples, an initial path through different cultures and all that unites them beyond borders and oceans. The result is a synthesis of nature sounds, mysterious electronica and native world beat, sprinkled with Baroque music and elements of chill-out electronica. Janvier's composed world is luminous, festive and full of good humour. The title Ôbômkôntek means "Camp of White Sand Point" in the Abenaqi language and is the old name of the village of Pointe-du-Lac in Québec where the album was composed.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fidelio Musique Studio Masters

Recorded in analogue
Analogue-to-digital transfer at 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM
Mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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