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Tuesday, November 08, 2005

The Music Of Islam Vol 6 -Marrakesh, Morocco || The Passenger (Covers)


Hello my friends. I know some of you would be hard pushed to call the low down dirty likes of me a friend in real life but, suspend your perceptions of reality for a minute: after all this isn't reality. You thought it was?
Shame on you.

I thought it was about time for another selection and the next in succession of The Music From Islam series, of which there are about 15 in all. This one, Volume 6, is another great collection. It is called 'Al-Maghrib, Gnawa Music Marrakesh, Morrocco' and seems to bring with it a beautiful atmosphere which, in my case, makes me wander off into a world where I could quite easily be there, in Marrakesh, sniffing some of the local produce(and I really mean INHALING here!) and lazing about in the sun, visiting the Bazaars and buying, bartering, haggling for cheap imported Asian trinkets! The smells, sounds, hustle & bustle. It's all there. One day I may yet see it with my own eyes.
I hope you do too.

Give this one a try for your own sake. If you missed the previous volumes don't worry. I will be reposting the complete collection again after I get to Vol.15.
CHECK OUT THIS PANORAMIC IMAGE LINK of a haggling market! Cool!!

LINKS:


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That's what I call a market!
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Directory of Albums..

I was showing my sister how to search google for mp3 and tried a random example. Quite a good result! I ended up finding a nice directory of albums. There are albums by the following artists here, go and have a look and see if there is anything you like.
My recommended pickings are in green
Bauhaus - 1982 - the sky's gone out
Billy corgan - 2005 - the future embrace
Billy idol - 2005 - devil's playground
bleeding light - 1999 - the bleeding light

bob Marley - (3 albums)
Deux - 1994 - worst case scenario
Dillinger_escape_plan_-_2002_-_irony_is_a_dead_scene

Jah wobble & bill laswell - 2001 - radioaxiom - a dub transmission
mars Volta - 2005 - scabdates
lee scratch Perry - 2002 - Jamaican e.t
morphine - 1993 - cure for pain
Mr. Bungle - Self Titled
rolling stones - 2005 - a bigger bang
tricky - 2001 - blowback

yeah yeah yeahs - 2003 - fever to tell
O.S.T - the last samurai

(There are others there too so go look).

Also! A bonus for you from that same site!

Various covers of the great Iggy Pop song, 'The Passenger'. These are interesting takes on the same song. I still prefer the original as the best though.
Recommended.
Direct Download Links:
Iggy Pop
bauhaus
david bowie & iggy pop
die toten hosen
nick cave
r.e.m.
siouxsie and the banshees

Thoughts?

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8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the links man, its really appreciated. im just educating myself by d/loading some old bob marley tracks. We're Jammin!!

11/08/2005 12:21:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

music of islam sounds nice. keep up the good work, guys, you all rule!

11/09/2005 01:16:00 am  
Blogger 21grm said...

verry good indeed. thank you for the musik dir. and keep up the grate work. you rock. //21grm

11/09/2005 02:09:00 am  
Blogger hitmewithit said...

You know, its just a few comments of feedback like this that makes it seem worthwhile. You lot keep up the good work too.
Cheers ;)

11/09/2005 06:24:00 am  
Blogger Diane said...

Thank you so much for this wonderful selection of music from Islam. I just love world music! Great share. Thank you!! And thanks for the cool music links. :-)

11/09/2005 02:13:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

cheers for that Russian site - often very slow downloads when the word is out on Skarastapunk and the other forums, but v. good speed today.
thanks again. - acn

11/10/2005 12:23:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thank you! this directory made my day. :)

11/10/2005 12:44:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the islam stuff is great. onto arabesque next. personally i think iggy pop's an overrated crooning knob that jumped on the right cart at the right time, much like that cheeseburger singing with coldplay, but there you go, the bad with the good is necessary ;-)

11/13/2005 08:31:00 pm  

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