Yat-Kha was born in Moscow as a collaboration between
vocalist-guitarist Albert Kuvezin and
electronic composer Ivan Sokolovsky.
Kuvezin emulated th Tuvan throat singing from Russia's southern Siberia at the border with Mongolia and China
They debuted with the
cassette Khan Party (1993), also known as Yat-Kha (General Records, 1993) and reissued as Tundra's Ghosts (1995),
Sokolovsky left and Kuvezin created a less electronic combo for
Yenisei Punk (1995), with morin khuur player Alexei Saaia but sounding
like a world-music version of the Velvet Underground,
Dalai Beldiri (1999),
Aldyn Dashka (2000) and
Poets and Lighthouses (2010), recorded on a Scottish island,
became a bestseller of world-music.
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