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Monday, February 20, 2006

THE MUSIC OF ISLAM - Volume six: Al-Maghrib, Gnawa Music



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4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for the islam series -- a great, necessary education. - cheers, acn

2/20/2006 04:41:00 pm  
Anonymous Turk said...

i'm gonna say thanks again (for the 5th time as the Morroccoan (vol 5) is spot on.

I was back in Taroudant (which is miles away from Marakech but a VERY remote city built in & out of the desert... my ex & myself were 2 of 5 westerns there or was it 4... either way theres a few 1000 Morrocans & we didn't get the best of welcomes from the elders although we met a great 'student' who showed us the 'castle' like city (its completely walled with turets - so i imagine it saw a few battles i'back in the day' - the WHOLE place is a redish colour (from the dung/water/sand it is built of (and probably cattle blood - as that was (as in the UK) a common binding mixture - oh yeah and straw.. (wattle & dawb morrocan style)

So thanks for that - i was there again (seeing the music in a hash haze... hmmmmm)

2/21/2006 08:47:00 am  
Anonymous the spam man said...

I've just seen who the Label is - Celestial Harmonies

GREAT!!

I have 2 & 3 of Sacred Ceremonies - a Buddhist collection - i cant find volume 1 anywhere! - but they're great 2

In fact when i can afford i think it maybe a label i will 'plunder' greatly

They are 1 of the FEW labels that actually put out the read deal - no western made synth rubbish.

from
him - that spamer...

2/21/2006 08:56:00 am  
Anonymous loopy c said...

Yeah, Celestial Harmonies and David Parson, benchmarks for the rest. Everything I have from them is obviously of a whole other level of quality.

Thanks for this series ;-)

2/23/2006 08:36:00 am  

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