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The core of AO comprises Ric Gannaway (stage name, "Nahoo"), who handles the singing and also plays guitar and banjo banjo, stringed musical instrument, with a body resembling a tambourine. The banjo consists of a hoop over which a skin membrane is stretched; it has a long, often fretted neck and four to nine strings, which are plucked with a pick or the fingers. , and his partner Jay Oliver (stage name, "Jojo"), who plays keyboards, synthesizers, and hand drums A hand drum is any type of drum that is typically played by Chris Singh with the bare hand rather than a stick, mallet, hammer, or other type of beater. The simplest type of hand drum is the frame drum, which consists a shallow, cylindrical shell with a drumhead attached to one of ; he also handled the engineering chores. Providing musical support on this CD are a number of musicians, including a children's choir. The end product is an intriguing blend of folk music folk music: see folk song.
Music held to be typical of a nation or ethnic group, known to all segments of its society, and preserved usually by oral tradition. Knowledge of the history and development of folk music is largely conjectural. from various sources with a New Age slant. Yes, it is easy to be put off by such stuff, but Grow Wild is an entertaining recording that stands up to repeated listening. Sound quality is full and robust. --KWN