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The Outer World

by Planet Jam

Starts you around the Black sea coast and then it moves west through Serbia to Italy, then Cuba and Jamaica, ending up in the Galactic Dub Council Diaspora of modern thinking.
Genre: World: Eastern European
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  Song Share Time Download
1. My Love
4:21 $0.99
2. The Gathering
5:46 $0.99
3. Wedding Song
5:24 $0.99
4. Guajira
6:28 $0.99
5. Crashma
3:44 $0.99
6. Wolf
4:00 $0.99
7. To Children
2:45 $0.99
8. Briganti
6:54 $0.99
9. Good Evening
4:16 $0.99
10. Love Is The Key
3:14 $0.99
11. Slide Home Dub
4:52 $0.99
12. Sky Blue
3:06 $0.99
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Album Notes
Four internationally-travelling friends've been Jamming this Planet together since 1998.
Their "Tribal Healing" CD was released in 1999 and was well-received in a European tour that year from Romania through Hungary, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Italy.
The band has since dedicated itself to live perfomance and to accumulating new old traditional tunes worldwide.
Planet Jam's "The Outer World" CD has just been released in 2004, and starts you around the Black sea coast before moving west through Serbia to Italy, then grooves over to Cuba and Jamaica to put you in the Galactic Dub Council Diaspora of modern thinking.
Marius uses a guitar with synth, allowing brass instruments and sitar samples to meld perfectly with the exquisite virtuosity of harmony and sound that he masters from the strings of his Gibson. Marius is also an accomplished and rhythmic Didjeridoo player.
Kacy surely and steadily balances between melody and rhythm on the bass, bridging the guitar and percussion virtuosity that her band is known for.
Corey Holop plays reggae and funk on his trapset most excellently. He is also extremely virsatile, adapting at the drop of a hat to Eastern European and other world beats.
Cecil Carter is a world-class percussionist specializing in Afro-cuban and Carribean rhythms. He knows how to make you swing your pants and bring good cheer.



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Frank Bradley

Great Rootsy stuff
Nice and genuine sound.
I liked the different upbeat rythms and foreign languages.
Excelent guitar and percussion work in a well directed journey around the world.

Isaac Levine

Great sounding CD! Go Planet Jam! Such diversity and culture!
Wow! "The Outer World" is awesome and unique. I am really impressed with the diversity of styles and cultural influences. I feel like I'm on a world tour of musical styles. The gypsy melodies are infectious and "For Children" is totally beautiful acoustic guitar. I highly recommend this CD!

Very Cool
I really enjoy the variety of style and the different way the instruments are used. The guitar sounding like a trumpet is ear candy to me! You can just feel the love and inspiration from each around-the-world-song in it's own way. Very unique and uplifting.


Totally tripped out funky mix of traditional folk, world beat, reggae with a mod
Although this is a studio album, it carrys with it most of the excitement of an actual Planet Jam live performance. Well produced, it still has the edge of an up and coming garage band that knows their stuff.


a journey through time space and rythm technical and heartfelt
theres nothing else like the fusion of this band musical virtuoso's are abound in this tastfull and well produced creation being able to be close to the band and contribute has been an honor for me to witness planet jam evolve

London (Sarah) -

Put Santana, Edit Piaf in a Moroccan jam all together, Pedestrian but versatile band Planet Jam are adapting at the drop of a hat to Eastern European and other world beats. A very successful formula that has seen them travel around the world and garnered a good fan base in America and Euro Asia...