I had forgotten all about Yat-Kha. (That's not them above. That's Kansas Joe McCoy and Memphis Minnie,) Yat-Kha are from Tuva. That's right, straight outta Tuva, let's get that over with. It's in southern Siberia. They mix traditional Tuvan music with Western music. And with a throat singer. Yeah. Every bit as weird as it sounds.
I had my doohickey on shuffle today and their cover of "When the Levee Breaks" came on. It occurred to the that I'd never heard it back to back with the original. I'm not sure how much it follows Kansas Joe McCoy and Memphis Minnie's version, or if it's drawn from Led Zeppelin's version. I don't care. It's weird, and my Tuvan collection is week.
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