He Who Travels Far

发行时间:2010-10-25
发行公司:World Connection
简介:  远走的人   杭盖乐队在9月13日全球发行了他们的新专辑《远走的人》。在他们的海外唱片公司World Connection的促成下,这张专辑有幸邀请到了老牌Power Pop乐队The Posies的主唱Ken Stringfellow作为制作人,并且录制期间Tom Waits的御用吉他手Marc Ribot也参与了歌曲的演奏。英国卫报The Guardian给了这张专辑很高的评价。新专辑包含了14首全新的作品,用传统的呼麦和各种民族乐器带你共同寻找城市里留存的那片净土。     他们可以称得上是中国在海外市场最成功的一支中国乐队。每年都受邀在世界各地进行超过50场的演出,包括各个国家的WOMED等知名世界音乐节。他们的专辑在巡演期间,每次都是演出结束就销售一空。观众都被杭盖现场所展现的蒙古音乐的魅力给深深折服和打动。     The scope of Hanggai's music is almost as wide as the grasslands out of which they journey. Taking in the wild open spaces of Inner Mongolia and the teaming, churning streets of 21st century Beijing, Hanggai's music embraces the looking-glass world of rock, pop and bluegrass as seen and heard by a new generation of Chinese. The six-piece Hanggai encompasses a hell of a lot of tradition, culture, fusion and folklore to produce their unique sound.     With their brand new album He Who Travels Far, they continue to grow, incorporating many of the experiences that the past year of international touring has brought them. The new music features a new band member, fresh collaborations (producer Ken Stringfellow and Tom Wait's regular collaborator guitarist Marc Ribot), fourteen new songs (many of them drawing on Mongolian traditional lyrics and melodies) and a 'live' performance approach to the music (rather than the 'separate parts' studio recording of their previous album).
  远走的人   杭盖乐队在9月13日全球发行了他们的新专辑《远走的人》。在他们的海外唱片公司World Connection的促成下,这张专辑有幸邀请到了老牌Power Pop乐队The Posies的主唱Ken Stringfellow作为制作人,并且录制期间Tom Waits的御用吉他手Marc Ribot也参与了歌曲的演奏。英国卫报The Guardian给了这张专辑很高的评价。新专辑包含了14首全新的作品,用传统的呼麦和各种民族乐器带你共同寻找城市里留存的那片净土。     他们可以称得上是中国在海外市场最成功的一支中国乐队。每年都受邀在世界各地进行超过50场的演出,包括各个国家的WOMED等知名世界音乐节。他们的专辑在巡演期间,每次都是演出结束就销售一空。观众都被杭盖现场所展现的蒙古音乐的魅力给深深折服和打动。     The scope of Hanggai's music is almost as wide as the grasslands out of which they journey. Taking in the wild open spaces of Inner Mongolia and the teaming, churning streets of 21st century Beijing, Hanggai's music embraces the looking-glass world of rock, pop and bluegrass as seen and heard by a new generation of Chinese. The six-piece Hanggai encompasses a hell of a lot of tradition, culture, fusion and folklore to produce their unique sound.     With their brand new album He Who Travels Far, they continue to grow, incorporating many of the experiences that the past year of international touring has brought them. The new music features a new band member, fresh collaborations (producer Ken Stringfellow and Tom Wait's regular collaborator guitarist Marc Ribot), fourteen new songs (many of them drawing on Mongolian traditional lyrics and melodies) and a 'live' performance approach to the music (rather than the 'separate parts' studio recording of their previous album).