A little bit ago I posted that I was looking for information on a group by the name of Djembe. Recently I got a response from a comment that I had left on YouTube.
They gave me the following link: Djembe - Russian Gothic. This gave me a list of the songs, a little bit of the bands info, and the album artwork. It helped me out a lot!
Apparently I had all of Djembe's music stored somewhere. Originially I had it on some Zip disks... which had gone bad. (I actually have an external Zip disk reader!) I had given my wife a bunch of R/W CDs for her to use... and she found that I had already used one. When she gave it to me, I found that I had a lot of music on it. Long story short, I was able to identify some of the music as Djembe, but I was able to ID the rest of the music after I compared it to the list on the Web Page.
Thus, the Djembe album was called "Medieval Hits." It was listed as "unpublished" in 2000. The album contained four tracks.
1. In Taberna
4. Maria Virgine
The following is copied directly from the above link:
Igor Tiouvaev - darabucca (african drum), fluters, hemshorn, vocal
Georgy Efimov - violin, flute, vocal
Nikolay Soloviev - djembe (african drum), china cymbals, bells, vocal
Svetlana Galkina - synthesizer, percussions, vocal
Irina Efimova - tambourine, ancient cymbals, vocal
Sergey Firsov - djembe (african drum), vocal
Sergey Barsukov - saaz, hud (eastern stringed instruments played by plucking)
It makes me feel good that I've been able to get this information.