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Drums Of Bora Bora/Songs Of


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 22 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Gnp Crescendo
  • ASIN: B000001OYB
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #236,727 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. PATE MATAI...The Swirling Winds
2. TA UE...Conquest of the Shark
3. UE UE...Enticement
4. TE UI API...Youth
5. VE...Glamor of the Victor
6. PAHAE...Desire
7. OTUU...Flight of the Heron
8. TOREA...Bird of the Sea
9. MATI...Flame of Love
10. TAPU...The Forbidden Spring
11. REVA FANUI...The Spirit of Fanui (A Village of Bora Bora)
12. TAMURE PAUMOTU (Fun in Paumotu)
13. MATAI AROFA (Sad Wind)
14. TE PO HAUMARU (In The Cool of the Evening)
15. E HINA (Dear Hina)
16. VAIHO MAI (Forget Me)
17. OTAHA (Frigate Bird)
18. Introduction (Vaiete-Fare Arii Tapa)
19. MAMA TU
20. EIMEO
See all 32 tracks on this disc

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By J. Landon on March 9 2002
Format: Audio CD
The problem with your record or recordings is that they can not be brought up on Media play and I have the latest installed.
No listen no buy.
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Been to Tahiti & listened to dozens of Tahitian CDs. The drumming is great. Some of the recording seems to have all but lost the left channel. Tracks 16-17 are a jazz band, I guess one would call them? -- reminds me of 1950's Hawaiian jug band music. There's also some flute. A nice variety, but not universally the very best performances nor recording.
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From the moment I wrestled this CD from its plastic wrapper, it became one of my favorites. I pop it in whenever I need instant energy. You absolutely cannot sit still when this is playing. It is fabulous. I originally purchased it to use as background music for a backyard luau, but now I exercise to it, do housework to it, etc. There are some songs on the CD (singers accompanied by guitars and other musical instruments), but it is mainly comprised of drumming. Very Polynesia! Very provocative! If you've ever been to a luau and been captivated by its live entertainment, this CD is for you! Bring those tribal beats into your home today!
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By SuZ on June 14 2000
Format: Audio CD
THIS CD IS GREAT! ITS VERY EFFICENT BECAUSE I AM A TAHITIAN DANCER AND I FIND IT VERY HARD TO FIND DRUM BEATS TO DANCE WITH...
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By "sfea3" on June 14 2000
Format: Audio CD
As a Pacific Islander, nothing gives me more pleasure and heartache than listening to the sounds of my former island home. The drums of "fetia oe" vivdly brought back memories of long lazy days spent in the island sun. The rythmic beats had me dancing the O'te a!
As with all cds, it was needlessly filled with some fluff, but still a must have for a Pacific Islander or lover of island culture.
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