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Dec

Dhafer Youssef – 2001 – Electric Sufi

   Posted by: Ninorta    in Dhafer Youssef, Sufi, Tunis

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Album: Electric Sufi
Artist: Dhafer Youssef
Country: Tunisia

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TrackList:
01 – Mandakini (05:10)
02 – Yabay (03:17)
03 – Electric Sufi (04:57)
04 – Oil On Water (02:45)
05 – La Priere De L’absent (06:44)
06 – Man On Wool (07:05)
07 – La Nuit Sacree (06:26)
08 – Nouba (06:48)
09 – Farha (05:36)
10 – Nafha (05:27)
11 – Al-Hallaj (03:21)
12 – Suraj (06:17)
13 – Langue Muette (03:34)

Duration: 67:22 | Bitrate: 320 kBit/s | Year: 2001 | Size: 161 mb

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Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan – 1990 – Mustt Mustt

Album: Mustt Mustt
Artist: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
Country: Pakistan

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TrackList:
01 – Mustt Mustt (Lost In His Work) (05:19)
02 – Nothing Without You (Tery Bina) (05:08)
03 – Tracery (04:53)
04 – The Game (05:03)
05 – Taa deem (04:51)
06 – Sea Of Vapours (03:58)
07 – Fault Lines (04:17)
08 – Tana Dery Na (04:27)
09 – Shadow (03:09)
10 – Avenue (04:55)
11 – Mustt Mustt (Massive Attack Remix) (04:28)

Duration: 50:23 | Bitrate: 320 kBit/s | Year: 1990 | Size: 122 mb

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Nusrat_Fateh_Ali_Khan_&_Michael_Brook_-_Night_Song

Album: Night Song
Artists: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan & Michael Brook
Countries: Canada & Pakistan

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Beloved in his native Pakistan, revered in India, and seen throughout the Western world as a musical ambassador from the Indian subcontinent, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan delighted—and enlightened—audiences around the world for over thirty years. A master of Qawwali, the rich Sufi devotional music tradition into which he was born, Ali Khan had no qualms about cross-cultural boundary hopping—much to the chagrin of some of his more traditional listeners. Khan collaborated on film soundtracks with the likes of Peter Gabriel (The Last Temptation of Christ) and Eddie Vedder (Dead Man Walking), and saw his music remixed by Trip-Hop sensation Massive Attack. Nonetheless, Khan was best known and loved for his passionate, strident tenor, which wavered and soared like a liberated bird leading an ascending flock into the sky at dusk. At times bittersweet, at times caressing, Khan’s voice could induce ecstasy in even non-Muslim listeners, and frequently did. Khan died at age forty-nine, leaving behind a rich discography…and a gaping hole which has yet to be filled.

TrackList:

01 – My Heart, My Life (05:31)
02 – Intoxicated (07:34)
03 – Lament (05:15)
04 – My Comfort Remains (06:40)
05 – Longing (05:36)
06 – Sweet Pain (06:28)
07 – Night Song (04:48)
08 – Crest (06:15)

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Duration : 48:07 | Bitarte : 320 kBit/s | Year : 1995 | Size : 121 mb

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dhafer youssef - cully 08 f

Album: Live at Cully Jazz Festival
Artist: Dhafer Youssed
Country: Tunisia

Dhafer Youssef (born 1967 in Teboulba, Tunisia) is a composer, vocalist, and oud player. He has been living and working in various European countries since 1990. During this time he had the opportunity to perform his music on stages in Austria, France, Germany, Switzerland, the UK and other countries as well as his native Tunisia (where he started singing in the Islamic tradition  at age 5 ).

Dhafer Youssef’s music is rooted in the Sufi tradition and other mystical music but has always been wide open to ideas from any other musical culture as well as the jazz scene. With his poetic approach on the oud (the Arabic lute), his complex Arab-colored compositions and especially his deeply affecting singing when humming along with his melodies, Dhafer Youssef is one of the most impressive voices to emerge in this musical field in many years. Testifying a wide range of sound colors, stylistic facets and musical ingredients, his 1999 ENJA release “Malak” (ENJ-9367 2) is a thrilling statement incorporating Arabic lyricism, rhythmic power, visionary strength, multi-cultural influences and jazz-oriented improvisation. Dhafer Youssef opens the way to a new definition of East-Western crossover.

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Dhafer Youssef

Tracklist:
1 – Diaphanes (13:12)
2 – Wind And Shadows (07:29)
3 – Aya 1984 (09:18)
4 – Soupirs Eternels (07:06)
5 – Solo Bass (05:39)
6 – 11th Stone (06:12)
7 – Yasamy (07:36)
8 – Odd Poetry (10:02)
9 – Seventh Heaven (05:51)

Band:
Dhafer Youssef – oud, vocal
Eivind Aarset – Guitar
Audun Erlien – Bass
Rune Rrnesen – Drums

Duration : 01:12:17 | Bitarte : 320 kBit/s | Year : 2008 | Size : 170 mb

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