Brass Noir / On The Trans-Balkan Highway
Brass Noir - On the Trans-Balkan Highway "has some of the most famous artists of the Balkan stage, selected by DJ Robert Soko Bosnia in the early '90s that he invented the popular Balkan Beats Parties, parties in which major Balkan musicians still gather today to play old hits Yugoslavian. Piranha Album offers a range of truly exceptional musicians: the orchestra of Boban and Marko Markovic, the undisputed king of the brass, the Fanfare Ciocarlia, the world's fastest brass band, fanfare Tirana, the Albanian that often comes to play in Italy always getting huge success, the composer and musician of the Yugoslav region of Vojvodina Boris Kovac with his haunting melodies slave; Sufi dJ Mercan Dede, the Klezmatics trumpeter Frank London, as well as Darko Rundek, idol whole generation of ex-Yugoslavs as a singer of the legendary new wave band Haustor, the famous theater collective Fallen Art (true phenomenon on You Tube with over two million downloads) and the same Robert Soko. After the inauguration of the construction site by of Marshal Tito in the 50s and called 'the path of brotherhood and unity', in the '60s and '70s became the trans-Balkan road frequented by immigrants Yugoslavs, Greeks and Turks, tourists from south East Europe Eastern and fatigued truck drivers direct from the East. Forget the bombardments and the painful ethnic divisions can now travel this road again in peace and "Brass Noir - on the Trans-Balkan Highway", enriched by the bonus video for "Asfalt Tango" Fallen Art Fanfare Ciocarlia and is the perfect soundtrack to go our own trans-Balkan, between love and disaster, violence and melancholy, romance and deep.