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  • In truth, despite recruiting The Master Musicians of Joujouka on End to the Lies you can't hear the legendary

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  • Jones 'appearance in the Jajouka experience manifested with his controversial and affected LP The Pipes of Pan at Joujouka, released two years after his 1969 drowning.

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  • Coleman and his core band (his son Denardo on drums, Al MacDowell and Tony Falanga on electric and acoustic basses respectively) played Friday and Sunday, after ecstatic opening sets by the polyrhythmic dances of Morocco's Master Musicians of Joujouka.

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  • Back in the wildly creative period of the psychedelic '60s, surrealist / avant-garde artist Brion Gysin took his friend Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones into the Moroccan foothills to hear and record The Master Musicians of a village called Joujouka.

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  • Greatly inspired by both hip-hop and nu-metal, WFU collaborators include Maximum the Hormone's Ryo and Slipknot's DJ Starscream as well as the likes of Chino Moreno of the Deftones and Funky Gong of the psychedelic Joujouka.

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  • Don't Miss: The Master Musicians of Joujouka, The Vaccines, Janelle MonĂ¡e, Graham Coxon, ZingZillas

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  • Mark Paytress joins the Master Musicians of Joujouka in the Moroccan mountains

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  • DJ Spooky - Master Musicians of Joujouka - Sound Unbound

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  • Mark Paytress joins the Master Musicians of Joujouka in the Moroccan mountains Radiohead, Kings of Leon and Arctic Monkeys to headline Reading and Leeds festival 2009

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