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  • ???????? Top 30 Best Moroccan Songs 2018: Saad Lamjarred, Zouhair Bahaoui, Manal, DJ Hamida & more!

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    Check out the Top 30 best Moroccan songs of 2018 featuring Saad Lamjarred, Zouhair Bahaoui, Manal, Dj Hamida, Muslim, Douzi & many more!

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  • OUM - TARAGALTE Official Video

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    Une chanson en hommage à la ville de M'hamid El Ghizlane et à son Festival Taragalte des Musiques du désert et du Monde, dont Oum a été la marraine de la quatrième édition.
    Cette vidéo rapporte tous les moments forts de ce séjour dans le désert marocain. Des moments partagés avec les habitants de M'hamid, mais aussi avec des artistes venus du Mali (Tartit), de Mauritanie (Noura Mint Seymali), de France (Nico Wayne Toussaint).
    L'édition 2012 du Festival Taragalte avait pour thème: Femmes du désert.

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    C'est à Taragalte que Oum a choisi de présenter Soul Of Morocco accompagnée de son nouveau quartet:

    Alain Debiossat: Baryton, saxo alto, soprano, flûte (+guitare)
    Patrick Marie-Magdelaine: Guitares
    Patrick Goraguer: Batterie, percussions
    Damian Nueva: Contrebasse

    Paroles, mélodies et arrangements: Oum

    Direction Artistique: Sir Ali Alizadeh
    Production: Laurent Foulon pour LOF Music
    Assistante production: Hind Elbouab


    Réalisation vidéo: Bruno Cailloux

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  • Music of Morocco : Chillout & Traditional Music 1

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    Music of Morocco : Chillout & Traditional Music
    Musique du Maroc : Chillout & Musique traditionnelle
    موسيقى مغربية هادئة
    Música de Marreucos

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    03:04 Hassan Chalf - Lahssab Talata We-Talatin
    05:43 Karim Azedia - One Thousand And One Nights
    11:22 Mohamed Rouane - Evasion
    16:10 Cheikh Dadi - Takassime El Oud
    26:20 Hassan Hakmoun - Saba Atu Rijal

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    Picture : El Haj Elmoukhtar Street - Chefchaouen (The Blue Pearl)
    Credits : Guillem Oliver (


    Mixed By : Hatim Belhouari

  • Sona Jobarteh & Band - Kora Music from West Africa

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    Click times for titles: 1) 0:12 2) 10:06 3) 16:52 4) 24:40 5) 34:02 6) 44:24 7) 49:30

    Sona Jobarteh performed in Weimar on invitation of the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar and its UNESCO Chair of Transcultural Music Studies (TMS). The TMS Chair regularly invites artists to bring the musicology students into contact with various musical cultures for inspiration and exchange.

    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso to come from a west African Griot family. The Kora is one of the most important instruments belonging to the Manding peoples of West Africa (Gambia, Senegal, Mali, Guinea and Guinea-Bissau). It belongs exclusively to griot families, and usually only men who are born into these families have the right to take up the instrument professionally. Sona Jobarteh combines various genres of African Music and western musical elements.

    Sonah Jobarteh – Acoustic Guitar/ Kora/ Vocals
    Kari Bannermann – Acoustic Guitar
    Andi McLean – Electric Bass/ BVs
    Mouhamadou Sarr – Djembe/ Congas/ Calabash/ BVs

    Recorded on 1 July 2015 at the mon ami, Weimar.

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  • Hanine - Arabia, Violin and Dance show

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    The primary idea upon which the video was built was mainly the beat as the music had already been written for a dancer at a club where Hanine used to play the arabic violin.

    Upon hearing it, Hanine decided to alter some of its elements, marking a transition from pure dancing beats to a more musical, more oriental violin-oriented piece.

    As she firmly believes that very little can hope to compete with oriental beats, her mission was to prove to her audience that while she-as an international arabic violinist- embraces diversity in music, she owes it to her own knowledge of oriental music to ensure arabic tunes prevail when pit against western beats.

    And while the arabic violin has, for times immemorial, been associated with forlornness and relatively sombre thoughts, she sought to alter it and put an end to the stereotype by creating livelier, happier beats that it may appeal to different audiences.

    A violin show by the violinist Hanine EL Alam, dance track Arabia.
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    - Msadaa Halak

  • Simi - Ayo Song

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    X3M Music presents Simi's latest song Ayo.


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  • Maalem Mahmoud Gania - Colours of the Night

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    Maalem Mahmoud Gania was one of Morocco's most famous Gnawa musicians. Gnawa is a musical and spiritual tradition originating in sub-Saharan Africa that has survived as a subculture within Moroccan society for centuries. The roots of the blues can be heard in its hypnotic rhythms.

    Tracklist:

    1. Sadati Houma El Bouhala
    2. Shaba Kouria
    3. Bala Matinba
    4. Amara Mousseye
    5. Foulani
    6. Sidi Sma Ya Boulandi
    7. Ba Yourki
    8. Mrahba Baba Hamouda

  • We are the World | Together At Home Edition by Channel Aid, KHS & YouTube Artists

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    In 2018 we recorded the remake of We are the World together with YouTube Music and 33 artists at the legendary Capitol Studios at Studio A in Los Angeles. It was a very special feeling for everyone. We wanted to show that the online world stands together for something special. None of us would have thought that exactly this song would be so important again 15 months later. The Covid-19 has reached us. We all have to stay at home. We all have to limit ourselves to prevent bad things happening and to save lives. Because of this we have decided to show solidarity with all the artists + Allie Sherlock from 2018!

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    Our Artists from A to Z:
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    Montana Tucker -
    Nicole Cross -
    Rushil -
    Sam Tsui -
    Sarah -
    Shannon K -
    Will Gittens -
    Youri Menna -

    Band:
    Piano: Costantino Carrara
    Guitar: Jason Pitts
    Keyboard: Kurt Hugo Schneider
    Drums: Joel Manduke
    Violin: Gabriel Wheaton

    Production:
    Channel Aid / Head of Project: Fabian Narkus
    Video-Production: All Artists at Home
    Cut by: FABS Projects GmbH / Channel Aid
    Venue: at Home
    Producer / Music Director: Kurt Hugo Schneider & Joel Manduke

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  • NON-STOP BEST HIGHLIFE MIX - Latest 2016 Nigerian Highlife Music

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    HIGHLIFE MUSIC

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  • Sami Yusuf - The Key

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    DESCRIPTION

    Recorded live at the Fes Festival of World Sacred Music in June 2019, Sami Yusuf’s latest single ‘The Key’ is based on a famous centuries-old Andalusian folk song. This musically rich piece is beautifully performed here by world class musicians accompanying Sami Yusuf's signature vocals. New English lyrics along with the original Arabic poem weave together seamlessly to create a stunning sound that is peaceful, exotic and centering.


    PERFORMERS (From right to left):

    Seyyed Mohammad Jaberi: daf, bendir & vocals
    Ömer Avci: bendir, tef, kudum & vocals
    Onur Cicin: qanun
    Sezgin Yaman: oud
    Emre Kayacan: kemanche
    Hasan Kirkisoglu: ney
    Mahyar Toreihi: santoor
    Hüseyin Can Pala: bağlama

    AND

    Sami Yusuf


    Special thanks to Ismail Boujia & his group for joining as guest vocalists (From right to left):

    Mostafa El Lachkar
    Ismail Boujia
    Elouafi Mohammed
    Hamza Idrissi
    Mohammed El Alami
    Abderrazak Idrissi


    ABOUT THE ALBUM

    ‘Live at the Fes Festival of World Sacred Music' is a celebration of sacred music inspired by a rich legacy of mystical poems, rhythms, and melodies that span centuries. Here Sami Yusuf is accompanied by master musicians from around the world performing on traditional instruments, and is joined by the renowned Moroccan singer Ismail Boujiya and his group.


    CREDITS

    FOH & Recording Engineer: Sachin Savio
    Monitor Engineer: Diego Biagioni

    Mixed & Mastered by Vishnu Rajan @ Andante Studios
    Video Editing & Postproduction by Omar Al-Balushi @ Andante Studios

    Published by Andante Records & Administered by Fairwood Music (UK) Ltd for the World

    Copyright of Andante Records. All Rights Reserved.

  • Sona Jobarteh - GAMBIA

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    Sona Jobarteh's debut music video Gambia in celebration of the Golden Jubilee of Independence for the Gambia in 2015.

    This video features the traditional Mandinka Drum called the 'Seruba', an instrument no longer featured much in Gambian mainstream society. By featuring the drum in this song, Sona aims not only to resonate with the deep history of the Mandinka people, but also to boost and promote awareness of this instrument both in the Gambia and internationally.

    Production Team:
    Composed and produced by Sona Jobarteh
    Camera/Editor/Co-Director: Jacob Bain
    Co-Director: Sona Jobarteh
    Camera: Robert Frost
    Camera - Pascal Pawliszewski / Pascal Production
    Mixed by - Femi Temowo
    Mastered by - Peter Beckmann
    Co-ordinator – Sheriffo Kanuteh

    FEATURING:
    The Fab Team, Gambia (Dancers)
    Musafilly Jobarteh (Percussion)
    Mamadou Sarr (Percussion)
    Sekouba Bambino
    Students of the ABJ Music School, Gambia
    Lamin Suso

  • Top 10 most viewed Arabic songs on YouTube of all time ????????

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    TOP 10 MOST POPULAR ARABIC SONGS OF ALL TIME
    TOP 10 MOST WATCHED ARABIC SONGS ON YOUTUBE
    TOP 10 MOST VIEWED ARABIC SONGS ON YOUTUBE
    TOP 10 MOST VIEWED ARABIC MUSIC VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE

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    The order of this Arabic music chart is based on the amount of YouTube views a music video got on the 31th of March 2019.

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    BEST ARABIC SONGS
    TOP ARABIC HITS
    BEST ARABIC MUSIC
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  • Top 20 Most Viewed Egyptian Arabic Songs on YouTube Ever

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    Check out the Top 20 most viewed Egyptian Arabic songs on YouTube ever, based on views on 2th of September 2018.

    TOP 20 MOST VIEWED EGYPTIAN ARABIC SONGS
    أكثر 20 أغاني مصرية مشاهدة على يوتيوب

    20. Cairokee ft. Tarek El Sheikh - Fix
    19. Mohamed Hamaki - Ma Balash
    18. El Madfaagya ft. Mohamed Ramadan - Ana Aslan Gen
    17. Mahmoud El Leithy - Bonbonaya
    16. Nancy Ajram - Ma Tegi Hena
    15. Amal Maher & Rashed Al Majid - Lan Kan Bekhatri
    14, Elissa - Maktoob Leek
    13. Tito & Hoda Bondok - Ya Banat Helween T3ameen
    12. Elissa - Halet Hob
    11. Hamza Namira - Dari Ya Alby
    10. Hakim - Halawet Rouh
    9. Mahmoud El Leithy, Mai Selim, Hassan El Raddad, Amy Samir & Ayten Amer - Eb3ad 3ani
    8. Mahmoud El Leithy - 3am Ya Sayad
    7. Hassan El Prince - Mafesh saheb Yetsaheb
    6. Sherine - Masha3er
    5. Moustafa Hagag - Ya Mnana3
    4. Oka Wi Ortega - El3ab Yalla
    3. Ahmed Sheba - Ah Law Le3bt Ya Zahr
    2. Hussain Al Jassmi - Boshret Kheir
    1. Abu ft. Yousra - 3 Daqat

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  • Moroccan Gnawa Music - The Beauty Of Morocco

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    Gnawa music mixes classical Islamic Sufism with pre-Islamic African traditions, whether local or sub-Saharan. The term Gnawa musicians generally refers to people who also practice healing rituals, with apparent ties to pre-Islamic African animism rites. In Moroccan popular culture, Gnawas, through their ceremonies, are considered to be experts in the magical treatment of scorpion stings and psychic disorders. They heal diseases by the use of colors, condensed cultural imagery, perfumes and fright.

    Gnawas play deeply hypnotic trance music, marked by low-toned, rhythmic sintir melodies, call-and-response singing, hand clapping and cymbals called krakeb (plural of karkaba). Gnawa ceremonies use music and dance to evoke ancestral saints who can drive out evil, cure psychological ills, or remedy scorpion stings.

    Gnawa music has won an international profile and appeal. Many Western musicians including Bill Laswell, Brian Jones, Randy Weston, Adam Rudolph, Tucker Martine, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, have drawn on and collaborated with Gnawa musicians such as Mahmoud Guinia. Some traditionalists regard modern collaborations as a mixed blessing, leaving or modifying sacred traditions for more explicitly commercial goals. International recording artists such as Hassan Hakmoun have introduced Gnawa music and dance to Western audiences through their recordings and concert performances.
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  • Tinariwen - Sastanàqqàm

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    Sastanàqqàm from the album 'Elwan,' available now
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    directed by Jeremiah, assisted by Celidja Pornon / (c) 2017 Wedge / Anti- / Coop / Pias

    “A thousand miles from their homeland in northern Mali, across a vast expanse of desert, the music of Tinariwen has found shelter in the hearts of six young musicians from M’hamid el Ghizlane. They were only boys when the desert rockers first visited their home, back in 2006, but they saw an immediate reflection of their own dreams and aspirations in the music they heard. In the years that followed they learned the Tinariwen songbook note for note, word for word, even though they couldn’t speak a word of Tamashek, the language of the Touareg.

    When Tinariwen returned to M’hamid in 2016 to record a new album, those young disciples from M’hamid had achieved a remarkable mastery of the desert guitar repertoire. The torch had been passed from hand to hand and heart to heart across the great desert. The young musicians from M’hamid were invited to perform Abdallah’s ‘Sastaqanam’, standing in for their older brothers and playing with uncanny fidelity. But first the members of Tinariwen wrapped new turbans around the heads of their young acolytes, marking not only the passage from boyhood to manhood according to ancient desert custom, but also the transmission of their music across the generations, a transmission that is taking place in the hearts of youth from every corner of the great Sahara.”

    SASTANÀQQÀM (I QUESTION YOU)

    Ténéré, can you tell me of anything better
    Than to have your friends and your mount,
    And a brand new goatskin, watertight,
    To find your way by the light
    Of the four bright stars of heaven,
    To know how to find water in
    The unlikeliest of places,
    And enlist the momentum of the wind
    To help you move forward.

    Tell me, Ténéré, how you and I
    Can remain united, with no hate for each other.
    Ténéré, I can now admit that
    I have travelled far through this wide world.
    Ténéré, I give you my oath
    That as long as I’m alive,
    I will always come back to you.

  • Gnawa musicians in Merzouga

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  • ???????? LEBANESE TOP 30 OF 2018: Fares Karam, Elissa, Nancy Ajram, Ragheb Alama & more!

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    Check out the Lebanese Top 30 featuring the best Arabic songs of 2018 sung by Lebanese singers!

    LEBANESE TOP 30 OF 2018

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  • Awakening Music - The Best of Islamic Music Vol.5 | Mawlid Songs

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    The Best Of Islamic Music Vol.5, featuring some of the best songs by your favorite Islamic artists, brought to you by Awakening Music.

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    1. 00:00 Ya Nabi Salam Alayka - Maher Zain
    2. 4:55 Salli Alal Mustafa (Fiyashia) - Mesut Kurtis & Ali Elmogrbi
    3. 8:48 Muhammad ﷺ Noor Raef Ft. Sintesa
    4. 12:09 Rasool'Allah - Harris J
    5. 15:45 Ya Seedi - Hamza Namira
    6. 19:04 Law Kana Bainana - Abdulrahman Mohammed
    7. 23:34 Al-Mu'allim - Sami Yusuf
    8. 29:15 Balaghal Ula - Mesut Kurtis
    9. 32:40 Ummati - Maher Zain
    10. 36:26 The Bright Moon (Tala'al Badru) - Raef
    11. 41:02 My Hero - Harris J
    12. 44:08 My Ummah - Sami Yusuf
    13. 47:50 Peace Be Upon You - Maher Zain
    14. 52:13 Muhammada (pbuh) - Mesut Kurtis
    15. 56:16 Your Beauty - Hamza Robertson ft. Sami Yusuf
    16. 59:33 The Chosen One - Maher Zain
    17. 1:03:19 Supplication - Sami Yusuf
    18. 1:07:19 Salla Allahu ‘Ala Muhammad - Mesut Kurtis
    19. 1:11:00 Assubhu Bada – Maher Zain
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    Awakening Music is a subsidiary of the UK-based Deventi Group that has operational offices in both the United States of America (USA) and Egypt.
    Awakening Music currently represents Maher Zain (Sweden), Mesut Kurtis (Macedonia), Humood (Kuwait), Raef (USA), and Eman (Germany). (Previously Sami Yusuf & Hamza Namira and Harris J among others).

  • The Biggest Moroccan Guitar Collaboration 1

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    This our first Guitar collaboration more will be posted soon.
    Music Production - Taha Sehaqui
    Mixing/Mastering - Taha Sehaqui
    Video Editing - Taha Sehaqui
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  • Aziz Sahmaoui & University of Gnawa - Kahina - AFH579

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    Performance - 5 July 2014
    Aziz Sahmaoui & University of Gnawa (Morocco)
    Exciting mix of North African and Senegalese rhythms with Gnawa trance
    Aziz Sahmaoui grew up in Marrakesh. In this city he absorbed both traditional Berber music as well as the omnipresent music of the Gnawa brotherhoods. The Gnawa music is a fusion of classical Sufi tradition and animistic influences from West Africa. The music is very trance inducing and is said to work therapeutically. There is a close relationship with the music brought to Morocco by the West-African slaves. In the late eighties Sahmaoui emigrated to Paris where he mixed reggae with North African music in his famous Orchestre National de Barbès. University of Gnawa is his next project. Sahmaoui is now experimenting with the combination of North African and Senegalese rhythms with the Gnawa trance. With his band, consisting of Senegalese and Moroccan musicians he reaches exciting heights.

    Aziz Sahmaoui, lead vocals, guitar, ngoni, mandole
    Hervé Sambe, guitar, vocals
    Alioune Wade, bass, vocals
    Cheikh Diallo, kora, keyboard, vocals
    Adhil Mirghani, percussions, vocals
    Jon Grandkamp, drums, calebash

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  • Aziz Sahmaoui & University of Gnawa - Maktoube - AFH577

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    Performance - 5 July 2014
    Aziz Sahmaoui & University of Gnawa (Morocco)
    Exciting mix of North African and Senegalese rhythms with Gnawa trance
    Aziz Sahmaoui grew up in Marrakesh. In this city he absorbed both traditional Berber music as well as the omnipresent music of the Gnawa brotherhoods. The Gnawa music is a fusion of classical Sufi tradition and animistic influences from West Africa. The music is very trance inducing and is said to work therapeutically. There is a close relationship with the music brought to Morocco by the West-African slaves. In the late eighties Sahmaoui emigrated to Paris where he mixed reggae with North African music in his famous Orchestre National de Barbès. University of Gnawa is his next project. Sahmaoui is now experimenting with the combination of North African and Senegalese rhythms with the Gnawa trance. With his band, consisting of Senegalese and Moroccan musicians he reaches exciting heights.

    Aziz Sahmaoui, lead vocals, guitar, ngoni, mandole
    Hervé Sambe, guitar, vocals
    Alioune Wade, bass, vocals
    Cheikh Diallo, kora, keyboard, vocals
    Adhil Mirghani, percussions, vocals
    Jon Grandkamp, drums, calebash

  • Aziz Sahmaoui & University of Gnawa - Allah Yanabina - AFH574

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    Performance - 5 July 2014
    Aziz Sahmaoui grew up in Marrakesh. In this city he absorbed both traditional Berber music as well as the omnipresent music of the Gnawa brotherhoods. The Gnawa music is a fusion of classical Sufi tradition and animistic influences from West Africa. The music is very trance inducing and is said to work therapeutically. There is a close relationship with the music brought to Morocco by the West-African slaves. In the late eighties Sahmaoui emigrated to Paris where he mixed reggae with North African music in his famous Orchestre National de Barbès. University of Gnawa is his next project. Sahmaoui is now experimenting with the combination of North African and Senegalese rhythms with the Gnawa trance. With his band, consisting of Senegalese and Moroccan musicians he reaches exciting heights.

    Aziz Sahmaoui, lead vocals, guitar, ngoni, mandole
    Hervé Sambe, guitar, vocals
    Alioune Wade, bass, vocals
    Cheikh Diallo, kora, keyboard, vocals
    Adhil Mirghani, percussions, vocals
    Jon Grandkamp, drums, calebash

  • Morocco Music Collaboration - Meeting #1

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    First meeting with musicians (oud, violin, voice) in Tangiers, Morocco to discuss my proposed song collaboration for upcoming documentary. To follow full story, subscribe:


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  • ROXY BAND - Spectacular show band | Live music for weddings, corporate events | Marrakech - MOROCCO

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    Roxy Band Live Show & Party Band performing Multi Styles of Music and Multi Lingual Songs ; Soul, Funk, Pop, Rock, Oldies, Reggae, Gipsy, Latino, Fusion ... English, Spanish French, Italian.. Popular with Hotels ,Private Parties Corporate Events Across Morocco. Full Band Lined up Includes Lead Vocals, Keyboard, Guitar, Bass, Drums & Percussion, a Band with lots of Soul, Groove and Great Well Experienced Musicians That Have Been Performing Live All Around Europe and Morocco, Our Main Clients are Riu Hotels Resorts Sofitel Luxury Hotels Atlas Marina Beach and Many More; Roxy Band Perform a Large Variety That Makes The Audience Move, a Lots of Fun Dance Floor Including Modern Famous Hits (Maroon 5, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, ...) and Famous Classics From (The Beatles, James Brown, The Police ....) Roxy Band Perform also in Lounge Jazz Clubs, Night Clubs, Festivals ... The Band is Based in Marrakech’’Morocco’’ and Available to Perform at Events Worldwide.

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  • Caravane Culturelle de la Paix - Malikanw - Samba Touré - AFH688

    5:31

    Performance - 4 July 2015
    Caravane Culturelle de la Paix Mali
    cultural peace caravan from Mali with an impassioned call for peace
    The famous Festival au Désert that was held in Timbuktu for more than ten years was forced to quit in April 2012 after the violent raid by Islamists in northern Mali. Along with the Festival sur le Niger in Segou and the desert festival ‘Taragalte' in South Morocco these three festivals travel as a cultural peace caravan throughout the world with a passionate cry for peace. This summer they do Europe and the Netherlands. The three festival directors and initiators of this Caravane, Manny Ansar, Mamou Daffé and Halim Sbaï respectively, have indicated they will attend ‘Hertme’. They will give a short message prior to the concert.
    The group ‘Malikanw’ (voices of Mali) includes a wide variety of musicians including guitarist Samba Touré from Niafunké, who follows in the footsteps of his famous deceased master Ali Farka Touré, the ‘king’ of the Sokou (one-stringed violin), Zoumana Tereta from Segou, also Tuareg guitarist Ahmed Ag Kaedy from Kidal, designated ‘best guitarist of Mali’ at Sikasso’s artistic and cultural biennial of Sikasso in 2010, the very energetic Wassoulou singer Sadio Sidibé, Petit Goro from the Dogon Country (Mopti), the new Mandingo golden voice Cheick Siriman Sissiko from Kayes, the flamboyant 'warrior' Ben Zabo etc.
    Coming from the Moroccan Sahara and part of the caravan is ‘Génération Taragalte’. These musicians are inspired by Ali Farka Touré and the famous Tuareg group Tinariwen.
    The music of these 14 musicians leads the audience to the obvious conviction that the people of Mali are deeply aspiring to peace

    Malikanw:
    Zoumana Tereta (Zou) sokou (one-stringed violin), vocals
    Samba Touré, guitar, vocals
    Mary Sayon Sidibe (Sadio), vocals, dance
    Ahmed Ag Kaedy, guitar, vocals
    Ousmane Goro (Petit Goro), guitar, vocals
    Cheikh Siriman Sissoko, bass, vocals
    Ben Zabo, guitar, vocals
    Mariam Koné, guitar, vocals
    Issa Samaké (Bina), drums, djembé

    Géneration Taragalte du Maroc:
    Mustapha Jardouj, bass
    Brahim Laghfiri, acoustic guitar, vocals
    Mohamed Laghrissi, djembé, percussion
    Said Jardouj, electric guitar, vocals
    Lakhlifa Balli, vocals, danse

  • Gnawa & Irish Music Mixed

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    Gnawa music is a rich repertoire of ancient African Islamic spiritual religious songs and rhythms. Its well preserved heritage combines ritual poetry with traditional music and dancing. The music is performed at 'Lila's', entire communal nights of celebration, dedicated to prayer and healing, guided by the Gnawa Maalem and his group of musicians and dancers. Though many of the influences that formed this music can be traced to sub-Saharan West-Africa, its traditional practice is concentrated in Morocco and the Béchar Province in South-western Algeria.
    The word 'Gnawa', plur. of Gnawi, is taken to be derived from the Hausa-Fulani word Kanawa for the residents of Kano, the capital of the Hausa-Fulani Emirate, which was a close ally of Morocco for centuries, religiously, economically, and in matters of defence. (Opinion of Essaouira Gnawa Maalems, Maalem Sadiq, Abdallah Guinia, and many others). Moroccan language often replaces K with G, which is how the Kanawa, or Hausa people, were called Gnawa in Morocco. The Gnawa's history is closely related to the famous Moroccan royal Black Guard, which became today the Royal Guard of Morocco.
    A short browsing of the Moroccan and Hausa contexts will suffice to show the connections between both cultures, religiously -as both are Malikite Moslems, with many Moroccan spiritual schools active in Hausaland- and artistically, with Gnawa music being the prime example of Hausa-sounding and typical Hausa articulation of music within Morocco, its local language, and traditions.
    Gnawa music is one of the major musical currents in Morocco. Moroccans overwhelmingly love Gnawa music and Gnawas 'Maalems' are highly respected, and enjoy an aura of musical stardom.

  • Caravane Culturelle de la Paix - Malikanw - Sadio Sidibe - AFH683

    7:40

    Performance - 4 July 2015
    Caravane Culturelle de la Paix Mali
    cultural peace caravan from Mali with an impassioned call for peace
    The famous Festival au Désert that was held in Timbuktu for more than ten years was forced to quit in April 2012 after the violent raid by Islamists in northern Mali. Along with the Festival sur le Niger in Segou and the desert festival ‘Taragalte' in South Morocco these three festivals travel as a cultural peace caravan throughout the world with a passionate cry for peace. This summer they do Europe and the Netherlands. The three festival directors and initiators of this Caravane, Manny Ansar, Mamou Daffé and Halim Sbaï respectively, have indicated they will attend ‘Hertme’. They will give a short message prior to the concert.
    The group ‘Malikanw’ (voices of Mali) includes a wide variety of musicians including guitarist Samba Touré from Niafunké, who follows in the footsteps of his famous deceased master Ali Farka Touré, the ‘king’ of the Sokou (one-stringed violin), Zoumana Tereta from Segou, also Tuareg guitarist Ahmed Ag Kaedy from Kidal, designated ‘best guitarist of Mali’ at Sikasso’s artistic and cultural biennial of Sikasso in 2010, the very energetic Wassoulou singer Sadio Sidibé, Petit Goro from the Dogon Country (Mopti), the new Mandingo golden voice Cheick Siriman Sissiko from Kayes, the flamboyant 'warrior' Ben Zabo etc.
    Coming from the Moroccan Sahara and part of the caravan is ‘Génération Taragalte’. These musicians are inspired by Ali Farka Touré and the famous Tuareg group Tinariwen.
    The music of these 14 musicians leads the audience to the obvious conviction that the people of Mali are deeply aspiring to peace

    Malikanw:
    Zoumana Tereta (Zou) sokou (one-stringed violin), vocals
    Samba Touré, guitar, vocals
    Mary Sayon Sidibe (Sadio), vocals, dance
    Ahmed Ag Kaedy, guitar, vocals
    Ousmane Goro (Petit Goro), guitar, vocals
    Cheikh Siriman Sissoko, bass, vocals
    Ben Zabo, guitar, vocals
    Mariam Koné, guitar, vocals
    Issa Samaké (Bina), drums, djembé

    Géneration Taragalte du Maroc:
    Mustapha Jardouj, bass
    Brahim Laghfiri, acoustic guitar, vocals
    Mohamed Laghrissi, djembé, percussion
    Said Jardouj, electric guitar, vocals
    Lakhlifa Balli, vocals, danse

  • Tamikrest - Awnafin

    4:08

    Taken from Tamotaït, releases March 27, 2020
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    Tamikrest return with a vivid, irrepressible rock and roll statement. Their most powerful album since 2013’s wildly acclaimed Chatma, Tamotaït finds the band not only turning up the volume but also sharpening their meditative atmospherics and ruminations on the state of the Sahara and the world beyond. Features acclaimed Moroccan singer Hindi Zahra and a song cut with Japanese traditional musicians.

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  • Aziz Sahmaoui & University of Gnawa - Zawiya - AFH578

    14:42

    Performance - 5 July 2014
    Aziz Sahmaoui & University of Gnawa (Morocco)
    Exciting mix of North African and Senegalese rhythms with Gnawa trance
    Aziz Sahmaoui grew up in Marrakesh. In this city he absorbed both traditional Berber music as well as the omnipresent music of the Gnawa brotherhoods. The Gnawa music is a fusion of classical Sufi tradition and animistic influences from West Africa. The music is very trance inducing and is said to work therapeutically. There is a close relationship with the music brought to Morocco by the West-African slaves. In the late eighties Sahmaoui emigrated to Paris where he mixed reggae with North African music in his famous Orchestre National de Barbès. University of Gnawa is his next project. Sahmaoui is now experimenting with the combination of North African and Senegalese rhythms with the Gnawa trance. With his band, consisting of Senegalese and Moroccan musicians he reaches exciting heights.

    Aziz Sahmaoui, lead vocals, guitar, ngoni, mandole
    Hervé Sambe, guitar, vocals
    Alioune Wade, bass, vocals
    Cheikh Diallo, kora, keyboard, vocals
    Adhil Mirghani, percussions, vocals
    Jon Grandkamp, drums, calebash

  • Morocco Souvenir

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  • Aziz Sahmaoui & University of Gnawa - Rufous - AFH581

    6:48

    Performance - 5 July 2014
    Aziz Sahmaoui & University of Gnawa (Morocco)
    Exciting mix of North African and Senegalese rhythms with Gnawa trance
    Aziz Sahmaoui grew up in Marrakesh. In this city he absorbed both traditional Berber music as well as the omnipresent music of the Gnawa brotherhoods. The Gnawa music is a fusion of classical Sufi tradition and animistic influences from West Africa. The music is very trance inducing and is said to work therapeutically. There is a close relationship with the music brought to Morocco by the West-African slaves. In the late eighties Sahmaoui emigrated to Paris where he mixed reggae with North African music in his famous Orchestre National de Barbès. University of Gnawa is his next project. Sahmaoui is now experimenting with the combination of North African and Senegalese rhythms with the Gnawa trance. With his band, consisting of Senegalese and Moroccan musicians he reaches exciting heights.

    Aziz Sahmaoui, lead vocals, guitar, ngoni, mandole
    Hervé Sambe, guitar, vocals
    Alioune Wade, bass, vocals
    Cheikh Diallo, kora, keyboard, vocals
    Adhil Mirghani, percussions, vocals
    Jon Grandkamp, drums, calebash

  • ZAZ - Je veux - Amazing French Singer

    3:01

    I don't know who she is or what she is saying, but she Amazing! It's cut short but it's still AMAZING.
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  • Caravane Culturelle de la Paix - Malikanw & GénérationTaragalte - Song for Peace - AFH689

    7:32

    Performance - 4 July 2015
    Caravane Culturelle de la Paix Mali
    cultural peace caravan from Mali with an impassioned call for peace
    The famous Festival au Désert that was held in Timbuktu for more than ten years was forced to quit in April 2012 after the violent raid by Islamists in northern Mali. Along with the Festival sur le Niger in Segou and the desert festival ‘Taragalte' in South Morocco these three festivals travel as a cultural peace caravan throughout the world with a passionate cry for peace. This summer they do Europe and the Netherlands. The three festival directors and initiators of this Caravane, Manny Ansar, Mamou Daffé and Halim Sbaï respectively, have indicated they will attend ‘Hertme’. They will give a short message prior to the concert.
    The group ‘Malikanw’ (voices of Mali) includes a wide variety of musicians including guitarist Samba Touré from Niafunké, who follows in the footsteps of his famous deceased master Ali Farka Touré, the ‘king’ of the Sokou (one-stringed violin), Zoumana Tereta from Segou, also Tuareg guitarist Ahmed Ag Kaedy from Kidal, designated ‘best guitarist of Mali’ at Sikasso’s artistic and cultural biennial of Sikasso in 2010, the very energetic Wassoulou singer Sadio Sidibé, Petit Goro from the Dogon Country (Mopti), the new Mandingo golden voice Cheick Siriman Sissiko from Kayes, the flamboyant 'warrior' Ben Zabo etc.
    Coming from the Moroccan Sahara and part of the caravan is ‘Génération Taragalte’. These musicians are inspired by Ali Farka Touré and the famous Tuareg group Tinariwen.
    The music of these 14 musicians leads the audience to the obvious conviction that the people of Mali are deeply aspiring to peace

    Malikanw:
    Zoumana Tereta (Zou) sokou (one-stringed violin), vocals
    Samba Touré, guitar, vocals
    Mary Sayon Sidibe (Sadio), vocals, dance
    Ahmed Ag Kaedy, guitar, vocals
    Ousmane Goro (Petit Goro), guitar, vocals
    Cheikh Siriman Sissoko, bass, vocals
    Ben Zabo, guitar, vocals
    Mariam Koné, guitar, vocals
    Issa Samaké (Bina), drums, djembé

    Géneration Taragalte du Maroc:
    Mustapha Jardouj, bass
    Brahim Laghfiri, acoustic guitar, vocals
    Mohamed Laghrissi, djembé, percussion
    Said Jardouj, electric guitar, vocals
    Lakhlifa Balli, vocals, danse

  • Généeration Taragalte 1

    3:32

    'Génération Taragalte 'comes from the Moroccan Sahara, these musicians are inspired by Ali Farka Touré and the famous Tuareg group Tinariwen.

  • - 5 YEARS WITH COSMO -

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    - 5 Years with Cosmo records-
    15 minutes random moments from the past 5 Years featuring Masomenos, San Proper, Argenis Brito, Vadim Svoboda, Adil Hiani, Pier Bucci, RADIQ, Sonja Moonear, Dandy Jack & more



    Founded in 2009, Cosmo Records is a Moroccan electronic music label desiring to create touch points between Western, West-African and Oriental music.
    Owing to its unique creative process, the label is seeking to spearhead a revolutionary form of blending various musical spectrums. In so doing, world famous electronic artists and traditional musicians meet in Morocco's finest music studios to produce original sounds at the confluence of music styles ranging from minimal, tech house and house to the psychedelic practice of Bamako’s Kora.
    Artists are brought from a wide diversity of backgrounds, which makes any track of the label's music a fascinating journey where experimental sounds coming out of the most technical devices keep echoing traditional ambiences.
    More than anything, Cosmo records acts as a bridging artist community fostering the dialogue between sophisticated western music and ancestral afro-oriental sounds. That undoubtedly gives the label's universe its unique touch. The Cosmo touch.

  • Caravane Culturelle de la Paix - Malikanw - Petit Goro - AFH682

    3:33

    Performance - 4 July 2015
    Caravane Culturelle de la Paix Mali
    cultural peace caravan from Mali with an impassioned call for peace
    The famous Festival au Désert that was held in Timbuktu for more than ten years was forced to quit in April 2012 after the violent raid by Islamists in northern Mali. Along with the Festival sur le Niger in Segou and the desert festival ‘Taragalte' in South Morocco these three festivals travel as a cultural peace caravan throughout the world with a passionate cry for peace. This summer they do Europe and the Netherlands. The three festival directors and initiators of this Caravane, Manny Ansar, Mamou Daffé and Halim Sbaï respectively, have indicated they will attend ‘Hertme’. They will give a short message prior to the concert.
    The group ‘Malikanw’ (voices of Mali) includes a wide variety of musicians including guitarist Samba Touré from Niafunké, who follows in the footsteps of his famous deceased master Ali Farka Touré, the ‘king’ of the Sokou (one-stringed violin), Zoumana Tereta from Segou, also Tuareg guitarist Ahmed Ag Kaedy from Kidal, designated ‘best guitarist of Mali’ at Sikasso’s artistic and cultural biennial of Sikasso in 2010, the very energetic Wassoulou singer Sadio Sidibé, Petit Goro from the Dogon Country (Mopti), the new Mandingo golden voice Cheick Siriman Sissiko from Kayes, the flamboyant 'warrior' Ben Zabo etc.
    Coming from the Moroccan Sahara and part of the caravan is ‘Génération Taragalte’. These musicians are inspired by Ali Farka Touré and the famous Tuareg group Tinariwen.
    The music of these 14 musicians leads the audience to the obvious conviction that the people of Mali are deeply aspiring to peace

    Malikanw:
    Zoumana Tereta (Zou) sokou (one-stringed violin), vocals
    Samba Touré, guitar, vocals
    Mary Sayon Sidibe (Sadio), vocals, dance
    Ahmed Ag Kaedy, guitar, vocals
    Ousmane Goro (Petit Goro), guitar, vocals
    Cheikh Siriman Sissoko, bass, vocals
    Ben Zabo, guitar, vocals
    Mariam Koné, guitar, vocals
    Issa Samaké (Bina), drums, djembé

    Géneration Taragalte du Maroc:
    Mustapha Jardouj, bass
    Brahim Laghfiri, acoustic guitar, vocals
    Mohamed Laghrissi, djembé, percussion
    Said Jardouj, electric guitar, vocals
    Lakhlifa Balli, vocals, danse

  • Mouma & Baso - Navion feat. Nadim Hassan

    8:14

    Raised in the Beirut underground art scene, Mouma and Baso had a great interest for all genres of music.
    Together they share an extensive musical vision that is deeply influenced by their Middle eastern, western roots, and their world travels.
    After their two successful released tracks Vamos and Yoruba on PandP, the duo decided to release their first Album.
    Showtime is a rich blend of Jazzy, oriental and African vibes infused with deep groovy sounds and beats that will move the dance floor and put you in a festive mood.
    Showtime has many beautiful collaborations with many great musicians and artists like the Lebanese famous and amazing Singer Yolla Khalifa, the Moroccan UK based music band Arfoud brothers and the talented Afghani musician and Rubab instrument player Nadim Hassan.

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  • TOP 5 - AMAZING MOROCCO STREET BUSKERS. أفضل فرق موسيقى الشوارع بالمغرب

    11:37

    TOP 5 - AMAZING MOROCCO STREET BUSKERS. أفضل فرق موسيقى الشوارع بالمغرب
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  • Caravane Culturelle de la Paix - Malikanw - Ahmed Ag Kaedy - AFH686

    4:25

    Performance - 4 July 2015
    Caravane Culturelle de la Paix Mali
    cultural peace caravan from Mali with an impassioned call for peace
    The famous Festival au Désert that was held in Timbuktu for more than ten years was forced to quit in April 2012 after the violent raid by Islamists in northern Mali. Along with the Festival sur le Niger in Segou and the desert festival ‘Taragalte' in South Morocco these three festivals travel as a cultural peace caravan throughout the world with a passionate cry for peace. This summer they do Europe and the Netherlands. The three festival directors and initiators of this Caravane, Manny Ansar, Mamou Daffé and Halim Sbaï respectively, have indicated they will attend ‘Hertme’. They will give a short message prior to the concert.
    The group ‘Malikanw’ (voices of Mali) includes a wide variety of musicians including guitarist Samba Touré from Niafunké, who follows in the footsteps of his famous deceased master Ali Farka Touré, the ‘king’ of the Sokou (one-stringed violin), Zoumana Tereta from Segou, also Tuareg guitarist Ahmed Ag Kaedy from Kidal, designated ‘best guitarist of Mali’ at Sikasso’s artistic and cultural biennial of Sikasso in 2010, the very energetic Wassoulou singer Sadio Sidibé, Petit Goro from the Dogon Country (Mopti), the new Mandingo golden voice Cheick Siriman Sissiko from Kayes, the flamboyant 'warrior' Ben Zabo etc.
    Coming from the Moroccan Sahara and part of the caravan is ‘Génération Taragalte’. These musicians are inspired by Ali Farka Touré and the famous Tuareg group Tinariwen.
    The music of these 14 musicians leads the audience to the obvious conviction that the people of Mali are deeply aspiring to peace

    Malikanw:
    Zoumana Tereta (Zou) sokou (one-stringed violin), vocals
    Samba Touré, guitar, vocals
    Mary Sayon Sidibe (Sadio), vocals, dance
    Ahmed Ag Kaedy, guitar, vocals
    Ousmane Goro (Petit Goro), guitar, vocals
    Cheikh Siriman Sissoko, bass, vocals
    Ben Zabo, guitar, vocals
    Mariam Koné, guitar, vocals
    Issa Samaké (Bina), drums, djembé

    Géneration Taragalte du Maroc:
    Mustapha Jardouj, bass
    Brahim Laghfiri, acoustic guitar, vocals
    Mohamed Laghrissi, djembé, percussion
    Said Jardouj, electric guitar, vocals
    Lakhlifa Balli, vocals, danse

  • Marilyn Mansons The Dope Show: Inside the Song with Michael Beinhorn

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  • Secretly Famous - Leila Arabic fusion, world music

    4:46

    Secretly Famous - Leila (a tribute to Farid Al Atrache)

    Cd info;
    Artist: The Spy from Cairo
    Title Of Album: Secretly Famous
    Year Of Release: 2010
    Label: Wonderwheel
    Genre: Downtempo, Dub, World, Arabic Fusion

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    LA Based Musicians, Guitarist Angela Petrilli and Pianist Valerie Chaikin, perform a cover of the Law and Order Theme Song by Mike Post.

  • Luxury Spa Bath Time: Massage Music, Relaxing Songs, Tranquility Music Therapy

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    Luxury Spa Bath Time: Massage Music, Relaxing Songs, Tranquility Music Therapy by @relax_river ► If you like this music, please subscribe
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    But instead we only invite you to try to reach your personal Nirvana with our pampering spa music playlist, ideal for meditation, sauna soundtrack, massage and relax.

    Relaxriver provides you music for relaxation, study and meditation. We are a collective of musicians who compose calming music for passion, everyday. We hope that what we like is exactly what you like: using music to free our minds, reach a state of peaceful joy and soothingness. With our relaxing music you can afford mental and physical relief, motivate yourself, sleep better, chill, free yourself from fears and anxiety, and restore selfconfidence.

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  • Caravane Culturelle de la Paix - Malikanw - Zoumana Tereta - AFH684

    4:14

    Performance - 4 July 2015
    Caravane Culturelle de la Paix Mali
    cultural peace caravan from Mali with an impassioned call for peace
    The famous Festival au Désert that was held in Timbuktu for more than ten years was forced to quit in April 2012 after the violent raid by Islamists in northern Mali. Along with the Festival sur le Niger in Segou and the desert festival ‘Taragalte' in South Morocco these three festivals travel as a cultural peace caravan throughout the world with a passionate cry for peace. This summer they do Europe and the Netherlands. The three festival directors and initiators of this Caravane, Manny Ansar, Mamou Daffé and Halim Sbaï respectively, have indicated they will attend ‘Hertme’. They will give a short message prior to the concert.
    The group ‘Malikanw’ (voices of Mali) includes a wide variety of musicians including guitarist Samba Touré from Niafunké, who follows in the footsteps of his famous deceased master Ali Farka Touré, the ‘king’ of the Sokou (one-stringed violin), Zoumana Tereta from Segou, also Tuareg guitarist Ahmed Ag Kaedy from Kidal, designated ‘best guitarist of Mali’ at Sikasso’s artistic and cultural biennial of Sikasso in 2010, the very energetic Wassoulou singer Sadio Sidibé, Petit Goro from the Dogon Country (Mopti), the new Mandingo golden voice Cheick Siriman Sissiko from Kayes, the flamboyant 'warrior' Ben Zabo etc.
    Coming from the Moroccan Sahara and part of the caravan is ‘Génération Taragalte’. These musicians are inspired by Ali Farka Touré and the famous Tuareg group Tinariwen.
    The music of these 14 musicians leads the audience to the obvious conviction that the people of Mali are deeply aspiring to peace

    Malikanw:
    Zoumana Tereta (Zou) sokou (one-stringed violin), vocals
    Samba Touré, guitar, vocals
    Mary Sayon Sidibe (Sadio), vocals, dance
    Ahmed Ag Kaedy, guitar, vocals
    Ousmane Goro (Petit Goro), guitar, vocals
    Cheikh Siriman Sissoko, bass, vocals
    Ben Zabo, guitar, vocals
    Mariam Koné, guitar, vocals
    Issa Samaké (Bina), drums, djembé

    Géneration Taragalte du Maroc:
    Mustapha Jardouj, bass
    Brahim Laghfiri, acoustic guitar, vocals
    Mohamed Laghrissi, djembé, percussion
    Said Jardouj, electric guitar, vocals
    Lakhlifa Balli, vocals, danse

  • Belong by the Acoustic Lounge Freaks 2018

    5:03

    Belong by the Acoustic Lounge Freaks released on the Horizontal Label in 2018. Taken from the Contemplating Jazz album A Trip Hop album with strong Lounge and Jazz overtones.   The music and the video (2018) are both produced and made at the Horizontal Label HQ in London, N16.

    The Horizontal Label and the Acoustic Lounge Freaks were founded by guitarist Nicholas Chamberlain-Hunt, and co-led by Christine Ann Leach.

    The musicians list is Christine Ann Leach - vocals, Nicholas Chamberlain Hunt - guitar and bass, Gavin Hanns Jack - drums, David (Orel) Mayer - piano.

    Singer Christine Ann Leach started her recording career as vocalist for jazz nubiles Spring at the age of 15 with Niall MacColl. She collaborated with producer William Orbit on his label, [Guerrilla Records] primarily on the “Strange Cargo” series of ambient albums. Her own band Baby Fox (Dwight Clarke and Alex Gray, Road Runner Records) made a name for themselves with two singles of the week in the NME and a couple highly rated Trip Hop albums. Christine co-wrote “Ray of Light” and performed the song with William Orbit at the Astoria and Phoenix Festival before Madonna used it on her “Ray of Light” album.

    Nicholas worked in his early career with cult electronic band Neu Electrikk on the Some Bizarre label with fellow artists Soft Cell, The The and Depeche Mode. He worked as a sound engineer in recording studios and at live venues, a resident sound engineer at the 101 Club and the Mean Fiddler. He toured America and Europe in Baby Fox as their dubman and front of house engineer. In 1999 Nicholas started the Horizontal label creating the Horizontal Label sound and catalogue.

    What is Trip Hop (post Trip Hop)?
    Originated in the 1990s in the uk. The term first appeared in the press in June 1994 by Andy Pemberton writing at the time for the magazine “Mixmag”. It is a fusion of Hip Hop and Electronica incorporating a number of styles, it can be highly experimental, dubby, jazzy, spoken word, bizarre noises, slow beats that give the listener the impression they are on a musical trip. Often featuring melancholic vocals, more often female than male with old school scratching, slow heavy drum sounds, swathes of ambient sounds and manipulated samples.
    As a 30 year old experimental genre it’s tentacles have now stretched across a vast swathe of the world’s musical landscape but remaining at it’s heart pumps recognisable elements of hip hop, down tempo beats, scratching, ambience.

    Most notable Trip Hop (or post trip hop) bands include Massive Attack, Portishead, Baby Fox, Morcheeba, Lamb, Sneaker Pimps to name a few.

  • Mouma & Baso - Ya Zein feat. Yolla Khalife

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    Raised in the Beirut underground art scene, Mouma and Baso had a great interest for all genres of music.
    Together they share an extensive musical vision that is deeply influenced by their Middle eastern, western roots, and their world travels.
    After their two successful released tracks Vamos and Yoruba on PandP, the duo decided to release their first Album.
    Showtime is a rich blend of Jazzy, oriental and African vibes infused with deep groovy sounds and beats that will move the dance floor and put you in a festive mood.
    Showtime has many beautiful collaborations with many great musicians and artists like the Lebanese famous and amazing Singer Yolla Khalifa, the Moroccan UK based music band Arfoud brothers and the talented Afghani musician and Rubab instrument player Nadim Hassan.

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  • Bartek Leczycki - harmonica loop station. Best harmonica player in Poland prize

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    Bartek Leczycki has been voted Best Harmonica Player in Poland several times, most recently in 2017.
    He is featured on two platinum-selling albums, Koledzy (2007) and Meska Muzyka (2008). A highly-regarded teacher and promoter of the harmonica in Poland. Every Monday he teaches about 30 students from Warsaw at the biggest harmonica school in Poland. Since 2008, Bartek has been the host of jam sessions for professional musicians held every Tuesday at the famous music club Harenda in Warsaw’s city centre.
    In 2010, Bartek was a headliner of the SPAH Convention held in Minneapolis where he played a solo concert and gave a lecture for the most advanced participants from all over the world. He was the first Polish musician to be invited to this prestigious festival.
    In 2014, Leczycki was a headliner of the NHL International Harmonica Festival in Bristol. He gave a solo performance and conducted two workshops about using a loop station and special tunings for diatonic harmonicas.
    Batek feels at home in any kind of music, and fluently uses the overbending technique which enables playing any scale in any key on an ordinary 10-hole diatonic harmonica. He has conducted master classes in France, Germany, USA, Croatia and Ukraine. He has also performed live in the UK, Belgium, Czech Republic and Morocco.
    He records music for movies, cartoons, PC games and TV commercials.
    His extraordinary musicality and virtuosity have been appreciated by outstanding polish artists such as Wojciech Waglewski, Jarek Śmietana, Alicja Majewska, Marek Raduli, Andrzej Nowak, Piotr Banach, Alicja Janosz, Maciej Maleńczuk and guitar virtuoso Tommy Emmanuel. Bart performs in a number of music projects, also as a session musician, and plays solo gigs using a loop station.
    He plays exclusively SEYDEL harmonicas, namely 1847 Classic as well as SAXONY.

    Thank you Bartek Gutek for your video recording! :)

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    Enjoy !
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    Bartosz Łęczycki

  • Allah Hoo Qawwali Reunion w Fanna-Fi-Allah

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    The Fanna-Fi-Allah Sufi Qawwali ensemble has been touring the world for 19 years, during their journeys several other enthusiastic friends of non-asian heritage have been part of the group, most of which have also had extensive exposure & training in the tradition with Fanna in India & Pakistan.
    This concert in California incorporated some of the groups past members for an especially full ensemble. Here performing Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's famous piece Allah Hoo.
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