More Uzbek/Uyghur Pop

by Nathan Hamm on 4/4/2006 · 1 comment

Again, this ultimately comes from Michael D. Manning’s The Opposite End of China, where there’re some other good musical offerings available. I highly advise paying him a visit, or else Nodirxoja might challenge you to a duel.


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Mark April 4, 2006 at 5:30 pm

Sweet! Finally got Tom Jones’ ‘What’s New Pussy Cat’ out of my head.

Interesting how the young gals move their heads laterally while keeping their heads axis vertical. Along with their hand movements it is similiar to Hindu and Thai traditional dancing. Maybe Tamerlane is responsible for spreading this around?

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