Hi Judith :)
Your link to My Brown Horse turns out to be Reach Out and I'll be There -again, so I looked it up and this must be what you intended:
I've not heard anything quite like it. Her voice soars so easily and freely. Simple and beautiful (plus lovely "bongos"). She seems to become the horse in parts, (A technique still used by hunters from eons back, -from my David Attenborough school of learning)
Just found her website http://urna.com/site/ and a film starring her good self, entitled "The Two Horses of Ghengis Khan": No doubt better watched on the big screen, still..
Thanks, Willy, for listening to the track. I've gone back and fixed my post. Urna has such a beautiful voice. Of all the singers from that region, she is the one I like the most. Amilal is a wonderful album. It does have the Chemirani brothers on it though, whom I also admire.
I hadn't known that the voice mimicking the animal was a technique used by hunters even though I do enjoy the David Attenborough school of learning. I have marked "The Two Horses of Gengis Khan" to watch soon. If nothing else, I would like to watch her as you put it, 'good self'.