- Performer:Various Artists
- Title:Africa North
- Style:Afro-Pop,Ambient,Ethnic Fusion,Middle Eastern Traditions,Modal Music,Neo-Traditional,Traditional Middle Eastern Folk,World Fusion,African Traditions,North African,Middle Eastern Pop,Worldbeat
- Date of release:April 20, 1999
- Size FLAC version1357 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1218 megabytes
- Size WMA version1204 megabytes
- Formats:WAV RA XM APE MP2 AAC
The Rough Guide to the Music of North Africa is a world music compilation album originally released in 1997. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the album contains five Algerian tracks, five Egyptian, two Sudanese, and two Moroccan, focusing mainly on modern music but including some traditional works. The compilation was produced by Phil Stanton, co-founder of the World Music Network.
Pure North Africa: A Selection of North African Essentials.
The album is a musical skinny dip into a warm lagoon-which is to say, no previous experience with African club music necessary. Achode and Kolè have chosen a mix of previously unreleased tracks and tunes familiar to Afrophilic cosmopolitan DJs-by artists including Young John, Hagan, Gafacci, Sess the Problem, Ellputo, and TLC FAM. Many of the songs are fun and danceable; others hit a hypnotic groove and get stuck, looping into boredom. The strongest tracks on Taxi Sampler 01 come from two better-known artists, Rvdical the Kid and Ethiopian Records. In Tigist, the Addis Ababa-born Ethiopian Records opens with dueling synth swirls and a heaving drone, then builds with organic complements: palmed drums and a reedy flute.
Various Artists & Various Artists" Ringtones to your Cell. Various Artists feat. Various Artists & Various Artists - Worship Africa Volume 3 Album Lyrics. 1. We Want To See Jesus Lifted High Lyrics.
Nicely housed with a booklet that gives you some info on the mostly quite obscure artists, this is one record that will get your feet tapping as well as opening your eyes to many an undiscovered jewel. All words by Ian Canty – see his author profile here.
Africa Straight Ahead is the latest curve ball tossed by Heads Up since label head Dave Love visited Cape Town in 1998 and fell in love with South African jazz. Normally devoted to jazz on the softer side, the label's Africa Series put out two volumes of Smooth Africa in 2000 and 2003. Tapping the smooth side of South African jazz made sense given the generally placid nature of that country's music. Those may sound like quibbles, but the jazz tradition in South Africa runs back seventy years (by far the most distinctive and deep such sound of any country on the Dark Continent). And Sheer Sound, for what it's worth, has brought scores of artists to the spotlight, putting such luminaries as saxophonist Zim Ngqawana and pianist Hotep Idris Galeta prominently on the map. So salute both the nation and its musical leaders.
My Africa My World by Various Artists - Продолжительность: 6:43 TopCrew. Fela Kuti (Nigeria, 1973) - Gentleman (Full Album) - Продолжительность: 31:03 Raúl.
I stopped an old man along the way Hoping to find some old forgotten words or ancient melodies He turned to me as if to say "Hurry boy, it's waiting there for you". It's gonna take a lot to drag me away from you There's nothing that a hundred men or more could ever do I bless the rains down in Africa Gonna take some time to do the things we never had. The wild dogs cry out in the night As they grow restless longing for some solitary company I know that I must do what's right Sure as Kilimanjaro rises like Olympus above the Serengeti
Running Trax - Ministry of Sound (Summer 2013).
CreditsAbdelli - Primary Artist
Abderrahmane Abdelli - Composer, Design, Vocals
Saidi Abdelnour - Bendir
Manolo Acuna - Charango, Sax (Soprano)
Sheikh "Madey" Ahmed - Bongos, Vocals
Abdi Nuur Allaleh - Vocals, Water Bottle
Arabesque - Performer, Primary Artist
James Blair - Artwork
Anouar Brahem - Arranger, Composer, Oud, Performer, Primary Artist
Said Chraibi - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Ariane de Bièvre - Flute, Nay, Quena, Recorder
Hamza el Din - Composer, Oud, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Barbaros Erköse - Clarinet
Hassan Erraji - Arranger, Bandir, Composer, Darbouka, Nay, Oud, Performer, Primary Artist, Violin
Hassan Erraji & Arabesque - Primary Artist
Al Evers - Compilation Producer
Mahmoud Fadl - Arranger, Percussion, Performer, Primary Artist
Abdi Karim Farah - Composer
Rick Henderson - Liner Notes
Leyla Rael Hill - Executive Producer
Stephen Hill - Compilation Producer, Mastering
Robert Holmes - Photography
Lassad Hosni - Darbouka
Jeremy Hulette - Design
Maryam Mursal - Vocals
Hijaz Mustapha - Producer
Bob Olhsson - Mastering
Baly Othmani - Arranger, Composer, Oud, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Hossam Ramzy - Arranger, Percussion, Performer, Primary Artist, Tabla
Rasha - Arranger, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Aziz Ben Salam - Nay
Setona - Performer, Primary Artist
Steve Shehan - Arranger, Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Claudio Toro - Bombo, Cowbell, Guiro, Guitar, Maracas
Traditional - Composer
Waaberi - Performer, Primary Artist
|1||Amin Amin Baly Othmani / Steve Shehan||Baly Othmani / Steve Shehan||5:59|
|2||Walagh (I Observe) Abderrahmane Abdelli||Abdelli||5:12|
|3||Andalusian Oud Music (Pts. 1 & 2 Said Chraibi||Said Chraibi||4:44|
|4||Kafiyo Kaladeri Abdi Karim Farah||Waaberi||6:49|
|5||Desse Barama (Peace) Hamza el Din||Hamza el Din||4:30|
|7||El-Hawzi Traditional||Hossam Ramzy||4:17|
|8||Aquis Mahasnik Biman (With Whom Can I Compare You?) Traditional||Rasha||3:23|
|9||Maqsoum Traditional||Mahmoud Fadl||2:37|
|10||Thrikraiat Al Andalous Hassan Erraji||Arabesque / Hassan Erraji & Arabesque / Hassan Erraji||4:55|
|11||Conte de I'incroyable Amour Anouar Brahem||Anouar Brahem||10:50|