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Written by Matthew Forss
March 23, 2012
The album, sung in Hebrew and Portuguese, is centered on original and well-crafted songs that echo the essence of Brazilian and Middle Eastern musical stylings.
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A denizen of the Nazareth region, Hayek transforms the music of the Middle East with a hint of European and Western influences.
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A splendid mix of music for those interested in the traditional sounds of the UK.
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February 23, 2012
14 elephants playing a variety of drums, gongs, rattles, balafons (a West African percussion instrument) and other assorted instruments.
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The seven long tracks on this album feature Khyam on the oud, unaccompanied by any vocals.
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February 23, 2012
The stirring sounds of Balkan brass, Ethiopian melodies and Middle Eastern rhythms make up the globally influenced album Al Wa’ Debt.
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Carnatic music with a modern twist, an absence of vocals allows the Veena to shine with every pick and pluck.
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A singer for more than 30 years, Norway’s Kari Bremnes releases the latest two-CD collection of her best work to date.
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February 23, 2012
Čači Vorba offers a fusion of Balkan, Gypsy, Polish and Ukrainian tunes mixed with wedding music and folk dance music from Romania, Moldova, Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia, Turkey, and Albania.
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February 23, 2012
Algeria’s Amazigh Kateb is a modern ambassador for trance-inducing Gnawa grooves.
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