Paul Pena, Richard Feynman, B.B. King, Kongar-ol Ondar. Blind bluesman Paul Pena became obsessed with the vocal throat singing known as khaamei after hearing a Tuvan singer on his radio. He was so enchanted by the multi-tonal vocals that he traveled to the lands still inhabited by Genghis Khan's descendants to learn the ancient art form and even competed in a khaamei contest in Tuva. 1999/color/84 min/NR/fullscreen.
|Genre:||Special Interest-Documentary, Music Video (Concert/Performance)|
|Starring:||B.B. King, Lemon DeGeorge, Tony DeCicco, Kongar-ol Ondar, Richard Feynman, Mario Casetta|
|Directors:||Roko Belic, Adrian Belic|
|Studio:||New Video Group|
|Run Time:||80 minutes|