Jan Garbarek / Anouar Brahem / Ustad Shaukat Hussain - Madar

2009-10-20 13:59:16 UTC
Madar This is a trio to be noticed by all means... Anouar Brahem, Tunesian ud virtuoso player and composer who is widely regarded as an innovator in his field "OUD" ~ Shaukat Hussain ( Indian tabla master ) ~ Jan Garbarek, Norwegian ( Saxophonist ) On various occasions they prove to be worldmusicians, working with long melodylines, using their skills to let their instruments do what ever enjoyable can be, by telling intelligent stories about building bridges, creating new cultures by using the best of their (old) cultures. All the pieces they play are fine examples of excellent listening and anticipating on what can and will be played, ever relaxed even in the more emotional moments, as subtle as can be, with compassion. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ( If you guys enjoyed my previous post on "Anouar Brahem". Then you are in for a HUGE TREAT. The 1st track alone on this release is just about 17 mins and like mentioned amazing tabla and Saxophone. SUPERB ). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Artist - Jan Gabarek Brahem Hussain Album - Madar Release Date - 1994 Genre - Experimental, Jazz, Saxo, Tabla Tracklist 01. Sull Lull 02. Madar 03. Sebika 04. Bahia 05. Ramy 06. Jaw 07. Joron 08. Qaws 09. Epilogue ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Jan Garbarek / Anouar Brahem / Ustad Shaukat Hussain - Madar Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: Anouar Brahem ~ The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble ~ kammerflimmer-kollektief ~ Ulver ~ Detektivbyran ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ GOOD Listen Touristas... THANKS. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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