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Lema Lema: Eva Salina Sings Šaban Bajramović


Eva Salina


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Salina-Bajramovic

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Review:

Lema Lema: Eva Salina Sings Šaban Bajramović is an amazing recording of Balkan Romani (Gypsy) music that’s filled with contradiction and paradox.

Šaban Bajramović was the king of Balkan Romani music in the 1960s and 1970s. Apparently a larger-than-life, somewhat outlaw figure, Bajramović recorded music that continues to resonate in the world of Serbian music today, both in its homeland and throughout the diaspora in Brooklyn, in Australia, and who knows where else. Eva Salina is an American who grew up in that hotbed of Balkan culture, Santa Cruz, California! As a young child she was fascinated with the music of other cultures, and happened upon a teacher of Balkan songs. She also was lucky enough to have parents who encouraged her, even allowing her to travel to the Balkans to study the music at the age of 12.

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CutTitleArtistRegion
1Akaja RatEva SalinaSerbia
2Boza LimunadaEva SalinaSerbia
3Djelo DjeloEva SalinaSerbia
4Hovavni RomniEva SalinaSerbia
5Jek Jek DešujekEva SalinaSerbia
6Lema LemaEva SalinaSerbia
7Koj Si Gola RomaEva SalinaSerbia
8O Zvonija MarenaEva SalinaSerbia
9PijanicaEva SalinaSerbia
10I Barval PudelaEva SalinaSerbia

Updated 2/11/2018

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