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L. Hortobágyi - GUO - Amygdala Expeditions mp3

L. Hortobágyi - GUO - Amygdala Expeditions mp3 Performer: L. Hortobágyi - GUO
Album: Amygdala Expeditions
Country: Hungary
Released: 2010
Style: Dub, New Age, Gamelan
Label: Not On Label (Laszlo Hortobagyi Self-released)
Genre: Electro / Classical / Folk
Size MP3: 1265 mb.
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 798
Record Source: 9 × File, MP3, Album




Tracklist


1Hypogeum6:30
2Kyrie-Kirtan1:45
3Bon-Bhairaví8:00
4Myth Of Yrch5:07
5Mantra-Yantra3:00
6Anagat-Ki Ásáwari6:20
7Marg Of Path10:30
8Nirvána Singularity9:13
9Finale3:00


Notes


Remixed and unreleased tracks from the "Traditional Music Of Amygdala" sessions .


Album


Not On Label Laszlo Hortobagyi Self-released. Hibernova Album. 2 versionen. László Hortobágyi - Traditional Music Of Amygdala 1991 49:16. Paleorite 7:28. László Hortobágyi - Transreplica Meccano 31:38. Get album. Similar Artists. Play all. hortobágyi-gáyan Uttejak Orchestra. 340 listeners. László Hortobágyi - Gáyan. 73 listeners. László Hortobágyi. 2,135 listeners. László Hortobágyi-gáyan Uttejak Orchestra. Label: Not On Label Laszlo Hortobagyi Self-Date of released none Type: 9 x File, MP3, Album Country: Hungary Date of released: 2010 Category: Electronic, Classical, Folk, World, & Country Style: Dub, New Age, Gamelan. Various - Fonó Records 1999 Various - Sweet And Intoxicating Gamelan Hannah Bannanah, Gamelan - ST . Károly Solti And Lászl. Traditional Music of Amygdala. Laszlo Hortobagyi Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Sample this album Artist Sample. Your Rating. Overview . On this page you can download László Hortobágyi albums and mp3 songs compilations for free without registration. Albums by László Hortobágyi. added date. songs count. All34 Album34. Transreplica Meccano. Album 2010 9 Songs. Myth Of Yrch. Márg Of Path. Musician performer: L. Date of release: 2010. Style: Dub, New Age, Gamelan. Genre: Electronic, Classical, Folk, World, & Country. Size FLAC: 1948 mb. From these forays, particularly that of Edward Augustus Inglefield in 1852, emerged the theory that Smith Sound, a northerly channel between Greenland and Ellesmere Island, might be one of the fabled gateways to the Polar Sea