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Omar Souleyman - Haflat Gharbia - The Western Concerts (2011)

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Omar Souleyman - Haflat Gharbia - The Western Concerts (2011)

Omar Souleyman - Haflat Gharbia - The Western Concerts (2011)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+.log) & Artwork | 00:58:26 | 354 MB
Folk, World, & Country | Label: Sublime Frequencies

Heyyy!!! Back in 2009 Syrian superstar Omar Souleyman embarked on his first proper tours of UK, Europe and the US. Since then the Omar Souleyman Band have also performed their unique brand of Kurdish Dabke Techno as far afield as Australia. This CD documents the very best of those shows, including nine live recordings made on three continents, all edited and assembled by Sublime Frequencies associate Mark Gergis.

Ethio Stars & Tukul Band - Addis 1988 (feat. Mulatu Astatke) (1992/2017)

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Ethio Stars & Tukul Band - Addis 1988 (feat. Mulatu Astatke) (1992/2017)

thio Stars & Tukul Band - Addis 1988 (feat. Mulatu Astatke) (1992/2017)
Ethio-jazz, World | 00:34:39 | WEB FLAC (Tracks) | 209 MB
Label: Piranha

The traditional Amhartic music of Ethiopia is infused with influences of soul, jazz, R&B, Italian pop and Islamic-style vocals by the Ethio Stars. Formed in 1981 by members of two bands – Dahlek and The Shabelle Band – the Ethios Stars continue to play their infectuous dance music in the hotel clubs of their homeland.

Próto - The Sun of Justice: Byzantine Chant for Christmas (2017)

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Próto - The Sun of Justice: Byzantine Chant for Christmas (2017)

John Rassem El Massih, John Michael Boyer, Cappella Romana, Alexander Lingas - The Sun of Justice: Byzantine Chant for Christmas (2017)
Classical, Vocal | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 637 MB
Label: Cappella Romana | Tracks: 29 | Time: 124:36 min

Oregon-based Cappella Romana is a professional vocal ensemble specializing in Byzantine Chant and performing sacred music representing the historic traditions of a unified Christian experience. The traditional chants in Greek, Arabic and English found in Sun of Justice make this a holiday album like no other, with sparse melodies and resonant drones throughout.

Hamza El Din - Muwashshah (1995) [Reissue 2005]

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Hamza El Din - Muwashshah (1995) [Reissue 2005]

Hamza El Din - Muwashshah (1995) [Reissue 2005]
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 274 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 131 Mb | Scans included | 00:48:30
World Music, Middle Eastern Folk, East African | Label: Alula | # ALU-5011

One of the many excellent albums he's recorded, Muwashshah offers abundant proof that when it comes to Middle Eastern and North African music, Hamza el Din is as impressive a musician as he is a singer. El Din's soulful vocals are something to treasure, but even if he did no singing whatsoever, his oud playing on hypnotic gems like "Assaramessuga," "Gala 2000," and "Bint Baladna" would make the CD worth the price of admission. The oud is a very recognizable lute that has been prominent in traditional Arabic music for centuries – anyone who has spent time listening to traditional Middle Eastern music has more than likely been exposed to the oud at some point – and el Din's mastery of it is undeniable. Thankfully, one doesn't have to choose between el Din's singing and his oud playing; both do their part to make Muwashshah the triumph that it is.

Houria Aichi - Chants mystiques d'Algérie (2017)

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Houria Aichi - Chants mystiques d'Algérie (2017)

Houria Aichi - Chants mystiques d'Algérie (2017)
World | 54:05 min | WEB FLAC (tracks) | 246 MB
Label: Accords Croisés

Houria Aïchi, rendue célèbre pour son interprétation des chants de l'Aurès, revisite aujourd'hui le répertoire sacré de son pays. Elle a collecté ici et là des joyaux populaires qui racontent Saints et rites rythmant le quotidien.

Hamza El Din - A Wish (1999)

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Hamza El Din - A Wish (1999)

Hamza El Din - A Wish (1999)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 339 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 156 Mb | Scans included | 00:56:38
World Music, Middle Eastern Folk, East African | Label: Sounds True | # STA M110D

Hamza el Din has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the world's great oud players, and the mastery he displays here quickly establishes just why he's so lauded. The virtuosity shown on "Greetings," for example, is a sheer delight, his nimble and thoughtful fingers creating lovely melodies behind the vocals of Shizuru Ohtaka. But it's on "Sunset," which is variations on a theme by Riad el Sumbati, that the power of his playing truly begins to shine. Completely solo, he works in the maqam, or scale, building his work. However, he's not afraid to leave his oud behind, and just use rhythm, as he does on "Nagrishad," where the only instruments are beaten and the vocal carries the only melody. But the centerpiece is the title track, a gorgeous song graced by the cello of Joan Jeanrenaud and W.A. Mathieu's piano, which, with their Western tunings, bring the piece to a place that's not completely of el Din's Nubian homeland. It's a lovely work whose themes resonate and last long after the CD, and it might well be the most accessible – at least to Western ears – music that el Din's composed in a long career.

Hamza El Din - Eclipse (1978) Reissue 1997

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Hamza El Din - Eclipse (1978) Reissue 1997

Hamza El Din - Eclipse (1978) Reissue 1997
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 258 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 125 Mb | Scans included | 00:44:34
World Music, Middle Eastern Folk, East African | Label: Rycodisc | # RCD 10103

Unique among Middle Eastern artists, El Din is a Nubian oud player and singer from the Sudan who studied his craft in Cairo, and fashioned the oud–normally used for accompaniment or in ensembles–into a solo instrument, combining Nubian and Arabic musical gestures. Eclipse–produced by Grateful Dead drummer and world-music champion Mickey Hart–exploits elastic rhythms and repetitive motifs in moody, majestic pieces like "Helalisa," the lovelorn song of an Egyptian field hand, and "Your Love Is Ever Young," inspired by Egypt's late queen of song, Um Kalthoum. Fans of Turkish oud masters (like the great Udi Hrant) will find El Din's penetrating tone and attack familiar, though his arrangements and vocal accompaniments are a different beast altogether, producing an evocative, melancholy music that draws on several traditions simultaneously.

Buddha-Bar By Armen Miran And Ravin (2017)

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Buddha-Bar By Armen Miran And Ravin (2017)

Buddha-Bar By Armen Miran And Ravin (2017)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 3:56:18 | 540 Mb
Genre: Lounge, Trip Hop, Arabic, Ambient / Label: George V Records

George V Records Presents Buddha-Bar By Armen Miran And Ravin album 34 original hits and the original artists. Includes tracks by Armen Miran, Blond:ish, Brian Cid, Zigan Aldi & Jacob Groening, Anatolian Sessions, Keybe & Eplisone and more.

Hamza El Din - Music of Nubia (1964)

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Hamza El Din - Music of Nubia (1964)

Hamza El Din - Music of Nubia (1964)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 195 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 105 Mb | Scans included | 00:42:29
World Music, Middle Eastern Folk, East African | Label: Vanguard | # VMD 79164

One of the first African musicians to gain widespread international recognition, Hamza El Din is a Nubian master of the oud, or the fretless lute. Western listeners are as likely as not to have been exposed to his work via the Grateful Dead, who played with him on-stage occasionally. (El Din also helped arrange the Dead's tour of Egypt.) He played an integral role in modernizing Nubian music, using his work to both evoke and tell stories of Nubian life. El Din was originally trained to be an engineer, but changed direction and enrolled in the Middle Eastern School of Music, where he began to compose his own songs. On a fellowship to study Western classical music in Rome, he met American Gino Foreman, who exposed Hamza's work to Joan Baez and Bob Dylan. This resulted in a contract with Vanguard. His mid-'60s debut, Al Oud – Instrumental and Vocal Music From Nubia, was one of the first "world music" recordings to achieve wide exposure in the West.

John Rassem El Massih, John Michael Boyer, Cappella Romana & Alexander Lingas - The Sun of Justice: Byzantine Chant for Christm

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John Rassem El Massih, John Michael Boyer, Cappella Romana & Alexander Lingas - The Sun of Justice: Byzantine Chant for Christm

John Rassem El Massih, John Michael Boyer, Cappella Romana & Alexander Lingas - The Sun of Justice: Byzantine Chant for Christmas (2017)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | Digital Booklet | 02:04:53 | 306 MB
Label: Cappella Romana

Cappella’s Associate Music Director John Michael Boyer directs exhilarating Byzantine chants for Christmastide in Greek, Arabic, and English. Featuring Lebanon-born guest soloist, Rev’d Deacon John (Rassem) El Massih, and the release of a new CD of the program.

Claude Challe - The Best Of III (2017)

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Claude Challe - The Best Of III (2017)

Claude Challe - The Best Of III (2017)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 2:27:42 | 337 Mb
Genre: Lounge, Chillout, Trip Hop, Arabic / Label: Chall'o Music

Chall'o Music Presents Claude Challe - The Best Of III album 26 original hits and the original artists. Includes tracks by Nash Didan, Claude Challe, Marie Therese, Eddy De Clercq & Friends, Copenema, Steve Serano, Robert Rush and more.

Hamza El Din - Al Oud: Instrumental and Vocal Music of Nubia (1965) Reissue 1994

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Hamza El Din - Al Oud: Instrumental and Vocal Music of Nubia (1965) Reissue 1994

Hamza El Din - Al Oud: Instrumental and Vocal Music of Nubia (1965) Reissue 1994
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 232 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 117 Mb | Scans included | 00:47:24
World Music, Middle Eastern Folk, East African | Label: Vanguard | # 79194-2

His second album is similar in tone to his debut, featuring original compositions based on Nubian folk traditions, masterful oud playing, and soothing vocals. Serene and haunting, this was among the first world music recordings to make an international impact.

VA - Habibi Funk: An Eclectic Selection of Music from the Arab World (2017)

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VA - Habibi Funk: An Eclectic Selection of Music from the Arab World (2017)

VA - Habibi Funk: An Eclectic Selection of Music from the Arab World (2017)
Disco, Funk, Beat | 59:22 min | WEB FLAC (tracks) | 366 MB
Label: HABIBI Funk Records

Habibi Funk has subtitled this tasty label compilation "an eclectic selection of music from the Arab world". It's an apt description, because the double vinyl set is little less than a whistle-stop tour of killer cuts from North Africa and the Middle East.

Omar Souleyman - To Syria, with Love (Remixes) (2017)

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Omar Souleyman - To Syria, with Love (Remixes) (2017)

Omar Souleyman - To Syria, with Love (Remixes) (2017)
Electronic, Techno, World | 32:08 min | WEB FLAC (tracks) | 221 MB
Label: Mad Decent US

A popular artist on the Syrian folk-pop circuit, Omar Souleyman is a wedding singer specializing in a high-octane version of dabke, a traditional style of music performed during line dances at weddings and other celebrations. A prolific artist, Souleyman and his band have recorded over 500 cassettes – mostly live recordings made at his wedding gigs – that have become a staple of music kiosks in major Syrian cities.

Sabry Mosbah - Mes racines (2017)

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Sabry Mosbah - Mes racines (2017)

Sabry Mosbah - Mes racines (2017)
Electronic, World, Africa | 39:53 min | WEB FLAC (tracks) | 228 MB
Label: Accords Croises

Sabry Mosbah, fils du célèbre chanteur et compositeur Slah Mosbah, est considéré comme l’un des leaders de la nouvelle scène tunisienne émergente. L’album Asly (« Mes racines ») nous plonge dans une ambiance presque mythique, conforme aux visions entachées d’exotisme qui se propagent encore par-delà les rivages méditerranéens. Le métissage est présent dans toutes les étapes de ce disque, depuis sa conception entre Paris, Tunis et Bruxelles, jusqu’à son essence même, qui mélange le rock avec diverses formes de musiques populaires tunisiennes. L’artiste aux influences multiples oscille délicatement entre les sonorités actuelles d’une guitare fretless et de grosses basses envoûtantes posées sur des rythmiques puissantes et profondes, propices à la transe.