The second album by Taraf de Haïdouks, recorded in Romania in 1994.
To celebrate their 25th anniversary, acclaimed Rom band Taraf de Haïdouks are revisiting some of the old styles which have enchanted Western audiences on their earlier albums: Gypsy love songs, poignant Romanian ballads and old-school dance tunes, alongside those Turkish-flavoured instrumentals they’ve grown to love. Let’s all join the party!
On this album (their first studio recording since 2001’s acclaimed “Band Of Gypsies”), the world’s leading Balkan Gypsy band tackles classical music!
Taraf de Haïdouk’s third album was recorded in their home environment of Clejani and in nearby Bucharest. Just like its predecessors, it was produced by Stefan Karo, Michel Winter and CramWorld producer/engineer Vincent Kenis.
Released in 1991, this was the first album by the Taraf de Haïdouks. They had never performed outside their region before they were “discovered” by Stéphane Karo & Michel Winter, two young Belgian music fans who fell in love with their music during a trip to Romania in 1990, and who decided to try to share this passion with the rest of the world…