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Stare of Dawn

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The Family Elan is the intuitive, devotional project of Glasgow's free-wheeling folk dervish Chris Hladowski (Nalle, The One Ensemble, Scatter), built around his gently lilting vocal offerings and the absorbing, droning, modal sounds of his long-necked lute. Stare of Dawn is one of those special little records--searchingly beautiful, seemingly effortless, deeply enchanting, and completely hypnotic. The Family Elan draws on a vast array of folk musical traditions, from the Greek rebetes of the 1920s, the tanbur playing of Kurdish Sufi mystic Ostad Elahi, and the Âshyq songs of Azerbaijani sâz master Edalat Nasibov to revivalist offerings from Anne Briggs' bouzouki inventions, early Incredible String Band, and Hungarian revivalist Muzsikás, to name just a few.

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