Good Voodoo is finally here. It has been a few years coming but the wait is worth it. Good Voodoo captures much of the excitement and energy of the Ganga Giri live show. Featuring Jornick Joelick from French Guyana on vocals across the album which generally has a much stronger vocal presence. Gumaory, Uncle Gnarnayarrahe and Uncle Owen’s Indigenous vocals are delivered with power. Harry Manx guests on some slide guitar. Yeshe’s melodic instrumentation is sublime. Produced and Written by Ganga Giri and Sean Candy (A.B) and in collaboration with Andy Baldwin Good Voodoo. The didge still rocks the beats are fat the collaboration is strong and the Voodoo is Good.
Holy S*$%, these guys are badddd asssss! How come I’ve not heard of them being a Grammy nominee?!? I had downloaded, “Tribe Vibe” yesterday, instantly fell in LOVE with it; was compelled to hear more and today I downloaded this one, “Rising It Up.” These guys are f’n amazing. I would love to meet them one day. I especially love the track, “Don’t Follow the Guru” Enuf said!
- William R. Byxbee Jr. on July 21, 2009
A Must Have!!!
I sampled these tracks on my Zune and had to have this-I bought their first CD which was awesome. This is great to listen to and inspire you to get moving- I plan to use it for boot camp, Spinning, power yoga, etc..It makes you feel stronger and more alive.