Orange - Ta Tha Ta - Live at Burg Herzberg Festival 2010
Format: CD Digi Pak / Digital
Label: Separated Beats
total playtime: 51:46 min
Vertrieb: Silenzio (D/CH/Aus)
Mastered by Bert Olke + Niko Lai
@ GL-Audio Berlin
Label Site: www.separatedbeats.de
1. Die Einweihung 01:31
2. Hu Maan 06:20
3. Panko Babaunka 08:00
4. Bakalim 07:14
5. Weil Der Puls 09:36
6. Ta Tha Ta 10:26
7. Chuwenga 08:30
ORANGE is one of the top percussion / MC / didgeridoo live acts in Europe.
ORANGE dissolves traditional genre barriers by bridging the cultural division which commonly separates traditional and modern music. They put electronics and programming into world music. They put didgeridoo into techno. They put the audience into a trance. No one is left behind. Let your mind go and ORANGE take your ass over as you move to tribal rhythms and overtone melodies.
Stefan Wöhrle - Yambu, Bassdrum, Bongo
Niko Lai - Drumset, Djembe, Odondu, Bells
Wolfgang Wahl - Djembe, Darabuka, Percussions
Lukas Kuczera - Djembe, Gong, Percussion
Marcus Wichmann - Didgeridoo
Rainer Von Vielen - Vocals, Samples & Synthese
ORANGE awakens the spirit in their audiences, bringing thousands of people to a furious stampede of dance.
Their massive rhythm section is the core of ORANGE´s sound incorporating four drummers with djembe, yambu, darabuka, and drum set to create a
dense atmosphere of rhythm. On top, the didgeridoo adds a harmonic compliment to the varying rhythms. Synth and bass lines add the contemporary element to the basics, which is followed by the overtone chanting of the voice of RAINER VON VIELEN.
There are no lyrical boundaries. There are no social limitations. What do we call it? We call it handmade Goa, natural trance, minimal rhythmn and world music.
ORANGE is an unique example of live entertainment at it´s best. There are no restrictions. There is nothing to understand. Spherical sounds vs. progressive beats, minimal bass lines vs. tremendous loops, analog vs. digital, the past vs. the future….. in the end it´s simply music which makes everyone dance.
But don’t forget….you don’t know half as much about Orange as you should and
and Orange doesn’t know half of as much about you as you derserve.…so get going- visit the concert, buy the cd, or contact us at
more infos: www.orangevibes.de
released December 27, 2014