|9||L'homme Qui Boit (The Man Who Drinks)|
Includes a bonus video: Mahala Raï Banda performing Mahalageasca at a christening party in Cléjani, Romania.
Mahala Rai Banda is a gypsy band based in Bucharest Romania. The band was formed by violinist and composer Aurel Ionita, who originates from a family of Lăutari from the village of Clejani. He is related to several members of Taraf de Haïdouks. The band plays Balkan-influenced music. Instrumentation used by the band includes violins, accordions, and other brass instruments performed by musicians from Zece Prăjini. Their music includes a mixture of traditional popular music and Balkan-influenced club. Songs in album Mahala Raï Banda - Mahala Rai Banda 2004. Mahala Raï Banda - Mahalageasca. Mahala Raï Banda - Red Bula. Mahala Raï Banda - L'homme Qui Boit The Man Who Drinks. Mahala Raï Banda - Spoitoresa. Mahala Raï Banda - Morceau D'amour. Mahala Raï Banda - Romni Latci. Mahala Raï Banda - Kibori. Mahala Raï Banda - Gaida. Mahala Raï Banda - Iest Sexy. Mahala Raï Banda - Tabulhaneaua. Mahala Raï Banda - Colindat. Mahala Rai Banda. Album 2004 12 Songs. More By Mahala Raï Banda. Balkan Reggae. Balkan Reggae - Single. Kan Mahala feat. Buppy Brown - Single. Mahala Raï Banda is a Romanian band with members originating from the Romanian villages of Zece Prajini Ten Fields and Clejani, and retired soldiers from Moldavia. Shaped in the Gypsy ghettos Mahala around Bucharest, Mahala Rai Banda literally Noble Band from the Ghetto, combines a surp read more. Shaped in the Gypsy ghettos Mahala around Bucharest, Mahala Rai Banda literally Noble Band from the Ghetto, combines a surpr. Mahala rai banda. Released 2005. Mahala Raï Banda Tracklist. Kibori Lyrics. About Mahala Raï Banda. Mahala Raï Banda Q&A. A little remix I made. I'll put it on soundcloud later Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Mahala Raï Banda. Mahala Rai Banda, 2004. Mahalageasca, 04:06. Red Bula, 05:21. The story of Mahala Raï Banda begins at the end of the nineties with Aurel Ionita forming the group Rom Bengale in Bucharest. Their success had hardly begun when this ensemble of young musicians was plagued and divided by addiction problems. Aurel Ionita then created the initial line-up of the Mahala Raï Banda a name inspired by the Gypsy suburbs of the big Romanian cities which released a CD on Crammed Discs in 2004