At this concert to launch the new album, we can also admire the brilliant playing of Baku tar player Malik Mansurov. The tar is an ancient Azeri instrument, which we might regard as a traditional ethnic version of the guitar. Regular Djabe collaborator Steve Hackett has described Mansurov's playing as a cross between John McLaughlin and Ravi Shankar.
Presented by: Gramy-H Kft.
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