Bazaar | en

There are two artists with this name; (1) a Danish world/folk/jazz trio (2) an alias for the electronic musician fred debief. (1) Bazaar was founded in 1976 by Peter Bastian (bassoon, clarinet, ocarina & percussion), Anders Koppel (Hammond organ) and Flemming Quist Møller (Percussion). Their music is inspired by traditional music of Balkan and Turkey, though they have as well roots in the free jazz of Keith Jarrett. They don’t want to be characterized by a specific genre, however they have agreed to the general term “world music”. Their concerts are known to be empathy-filled and energetic. At the beginning...
Bazaar Royale is a rock star, a larger than life personality waiting for the mainstream to catch on. The creator of the “Ghetto Metal” movement, Royale has built a new sound that is full of rock optimism, spiked with a gritty dose of reality—the hard times millions of people are going through around the world. On his most recent CD, “The Ride” Royale takes us on a journey of self-discovery; Who am I as an individual and What role do I play in society? If that seems like a grandiose premise, I encourage you to take a moment to press...
The bazaar Blancheneige Orchestra (BBO) is born from the meeting, four years ago, six musicians inspired by jazz, Indian music, the melodies of Eastern Europe and Eastern rhythms, but have evolved to sounds contemporary music. Punctuated with haunting themes and rhythms that have a strong element of improvisation, the music of BBO is a melting pot of lively traditional music reinvented. This "musical grub" which gives a jazz spices of India, the mild North African and Turkish spice of the klezmer tradition. The origins Israeli, Algerian, Russian and Greek musicians, and their taste for travel when they report typical instruments,...
Saddar Bazaar (translation: central market) is raga rock band based in Bristol, UK. Formed in 1990 by Shaun Hyder (sitar) and Rehan Matthew Hyder (guitar), they were soon joined by John Sage on drums and supported various bands in the local area such as The Seers, Praise Space Electric and the Bevis Frond. They also played at the well known Ashton Court Community Festival in Bristol. By 1992 John had left the band and had been replaced by David Spencer, whilst Tainenska Royal came in on flute and keyboards. It was this line-up that recorded "Night Descent" for the indie...
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Turkish Bazaar
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Grand Bazaar
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Night Bazaar
Fresh Outta Pondy Bazaar
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Gran Bazaar
Groove Bazaar
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Bazaar Winds
Oriental Bazaar
Namche Bazaar
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Galaxy Bazaar
Mystical Bazaar
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Sound Dart / L O Hell
Johari Bazaar
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The Funeral Bazaar
Grand Bazaar
Technicolor Bazaar
Grand Bazaar
Bitter Bazaar
Gran Bazaar
Bazaar Dilem
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Iranian Bazaar
Oriental Bazaar
Grand Bazaar