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Performed by the Tuvan singer Kongar-Ol Ondar and blues musician Paul Pena.
The soundtrack to one of the most unlikely tales (and a film nominated for a 1999 Academy Award), Genghis Blues is the story of blind American bluesman Paul Pena (who wrote Steve Miller's "Jet Airliner") who heard Tuvan throat singing and finally taught himself to do it, meeting one of the greats, Kongar-ol Ondar, at a concert the throat singer performed in Pena's home of San Francisco.
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|2||Sunezin Yry (Soul's Song)||
|3||What you talkin' about?||
|5||Kongurey (Where Has My Country Gone?)||
|6||Center of Asia||
|7||You Gotta Move||
|9||Ondarnyng Ayany (Medley In The Style Of Ondar)||
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