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Moana & The Tribe release 5th album "RIMA" on Sept. 26, 2014 through GMO The Label in Europe
RIMA is the 5th major album by Moana and is due out on September 26. The album was produced by dubmeister Paddy Free (Pitch Black, Nga Tae) who joined Moana & the Tribe for the first time in 2013 when the band played Europe, Korea and Australia. The 11 tracks were recorded in Piha, on the shores of Lake Rotorua and in Blair Castle (Glasgow).
“All the songs on this album are inspired by people and communities who are so passionate about our land, ocean and people, that they are moved to make a difference. They get off the fence. They put their hands up. They stick their necks out - even when it’s not the most popular thing to do. The truth is ordinary people can and do create change. RIMA is all about exploring and celebrating people power.”
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The album opens with Whole Worlds Watching, the song that had Womad audiences this year on their feet. Warrior Woman pays tribute to strong women everywhere, especially mothers and grandmothers who juggle household responsibilities with community commitments. Seashell is dedicated to the many NZers working to protect our Ocean and seabed. Rangatahi salutes a new generation of young people whose grasp of te reo and oratory is inspirational. Not Alone celebrates a new generation of celestial navigators and sailors in the Pacific who were mentored by Mau Piailug. A Micronesian navigator from the Carolinian island of Satawal, Mau was best known as a teacher of traditional, non-instrument wayfinding methods for deep-sea voyaging. Water People features songman Djakapurra (Australia) and Breabach musicians James MacKenzie and Calum McCrimmon (Scotland) on bagpipes. It was co-written with Scott Morrison, longtime member of Moana & the Tribe whose nightly appearances as the Te Karere anchor have ‘stymied his international touring opportunities somewhat.’