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Mamer

Mamer is a Kazak-language modern folk vocalist/songwriter from China who all made his international record debut in ’09 2009. Though he afterwards transferred to Beijing, Mamer is normally originally from Xinjiang, a far-flung province in traditional western China, where he discovered to try out the dombra, a musical instrument indigenous to the spot, and where he discovered a good deal about the folklore and folk music of the spot. In Beijing he was area of the music group IZ, which performed Kazak-language music in a normal design. Between 2006 and 2007, Mamer collaborated with Robin Haller and Matteo Scumaci on his worldwide solo record debut, Eagle, that was released over the United kingdom label REAL LIFE Records in ’09 2009. The record garnered notice because of its Kazak-language vocals and modern folk style. Visitor appearances over the record consist of Béla Fleck, who’s highlighted on “Special event.”

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