| Albert Kuvezin|| Guitarist|
| By the Will of Genghis Khan|
Yat-Kha (Since 1991), Huun-Huur-Tu
Kaigal-ool Khovalyg, Ivan Sokolovsky
Re‑Covers, 60 Horses In My Herd, Altai Sayan Tandy‐Uula, Spirits From Tuva, Dalai Beldiri
Albert Budachievich Kuvezin (Russian: Альберт Будачиевич Кувезин / Tuvan: Күвезин Альберт Будачи оглу (Küvezin Albert Budachi oglu, [kyˈvjɛzin ɑlʲ.bɛrt buˈdɑt͡ʃi ɔˈɡlu], alternatively spelled Kögeezin (Көгээзин, [kœˈɡɛːzin]), born 27 November 1965 in Kyzyl) is a Tuvan guitarist and throat singer.
Kuvezin was one of the founding members of the Tuvan folk ensemble Huun-Huur-Tu, and is the leader of the Tuvan folk/rock/electro/post punk band Yat-Kha. He is known for his unique, contra-bass style of Tuvan kargyraa throat singing, which he calls "kanzat kargyraa." According to Russian critic Artemy Troitsky, "There are two unique voices on Earth right now; they belong to Pavarotti and Kuvezin."
In addition to his work with Yat-Kha, Kuvezin has contributed to albums by Alisa ("Duren", 1997), Susheela Raman and Värttinä.
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