Album: Bone Man
In Bone Man (2002) Progressive trance. "As an album, Bone Man pretty much sums up the whole business of didgeridoo playing, in whatever way, shape or form. (Michael Smith. The Drum Media 22/4/03)."
"The didgeridoo is both dynamic & sensual. A captivating hybrid of percussion, drum machines & synthesized lyrics. It is a distinctly Australian world music album. (Chloe Sasson. The Sydney Morning Herald 22/4/03)."
1. Rhythm Breathing
2. Resonate The Head
3. Hungry Strut
4. Wobblin' Goblins
5. Ground Sound
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Charlie McMahon skill is of no dispute but, I am still working my way through the album as the style has me still trying to decide how much I like it. but it is refreshing to hear things from a different angle. Either way it leaves me impatient for the time I can order my own performance didge