"Me too"
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"Me too"


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"Hier bei uns: Kaukasus trifft Baltikum"

"Was für eine Live-Band! In jedem Konzert gibt es diesen magischen Moment, in dem ihre Musik ganz menschlicher Pulsschlag und zur geradezu hymnischen Feier der Lebensfreude wird" - Winnender Zeitung

"Daile theatre concert review"

"...After the last song, the artists, got the standing ovations for 10 minutes, inviting artists for adittional songs and bows.The concert is one of the most important Latvian musical events, and the same can be said about the album" - easyget.lv

""Me too. Fusion II" ( Es Ari. Saplušana II )"

"Me too" is like a deep, fantastic dream beyond time and space.
You dont need to know foreign languages to be taken in this marvelous trip - the words are just phonetic splendid harmony of music and great addition. Each song tells a story. These songs make create a fairytale, to see it is a miracle - and a tacit encouragement for everyday. - "Diena"


1. Future Forest Song
2. Babu
3. Burduluris
4. KGB Song
5. Way to Stairway
6. What’s up Changala
7. Ligo
8. Madara
9. Kaladoo
10. E-O
11. Dzeguze
12. Es Ari
CD "Es ari", 2009, Latvia



Latvian composer Valts Puce and Georgian ethno-jazz group The Shin met in Latvia in 2008
at the ninth annual Porta World Music Festival. This initial meeting led to an exciting and emotionally saturated partnership and creation of the band „Me too”. The concert program and album Es ari (Me, Too) is the material result of this collaboration. Even the title, regardless of complete difference in Latvian and Georgian languages is meaningful in both languages: in Latvian es ari means “me, too”. In Georgian it means “this is it”.

Es Ari is a unity of opposites, a harmony of contrasts, and a wonderful example of how the North can become the South, and vice versa.
In the project, seemingly incompatible elements are blended together:
• Baltic composure and directness with the emotional spontaneity of the Caucasus.
• The crystal-clear voices of Latvian women with the lacy designs of Georgian men’s polyphonic singing.
• The medieval baroque with Indian konakol.
• The simple design of Northern rhythms with the polyrhythms of the South.