Guy Schalom | Baladi Blues 2: Tribute to the Masters

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Baladi Blues 2: Tribute to the Masters

by Guy Schalom

Urban Egyptian dance music at it's best.
Genre: World: Drumming
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1. Tamra Henna
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5:06 $1.19
2. Ala Rimsh Ayouna
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5:01 $1.19
3. Rannet Khol Khali (feat. Frank London)
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4:23 $1.19
4. Afrah Baladi + Tabla Solo
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9:02 $1.19
5. Habibi Wa Aneya + Baladi Trumpet (feat. Frank London)
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4:23 $1.19
6. Raqs El Hawanem + Baladi Accordion
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6:16 $1.19
7. Tabel Ya Tabaal (Tabla Solo)
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4:25 $1.19
8. Ala Balad El Mahboub Watini (feat. Frank London)
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3:21 $1.19
9. Samir Serour
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Album Notes
The "popular jazz" of Egypt, Baladi is the soundtrack of Cairo and Alxandria in the 1950s. It is urban Egyptian dance music at its most dynamic.

Guy Schalom reunites the all-star team of Egyptian master musicians with two key additions: master percussionist Hassan Reevis and klezmer luminary Frank London on trumpet.

“Outstanding, fresh and compelling as well as technically superb… absolutely spot on” fROOTS
“Schalom has just the right touch” All About Jazz

Guy Schalom: darabuka
(Natacha Atlas, Musicians of the Nile, Mahmoud Fadl, the Klezmatics, David Krakauer, Konsonans Retro)
“Sheik” Taha: quarter-tone accordion
(Ahmed Adaweia, Mohamed Abdel Wahab, Fifi Abdou, Tahia Cariocca)
Ahmed El Saidi: oriental sax
(Ali Hassan Kuban, Salamat, Shams Hussein)
Hassan Reevis: duff
(Abdel Halim Hafez, Ahmed Adaweia)
Adam Warne: riq & mazhar
(Nizar Rohana, Los Desterrados, Jadid Ensemble)

and special guest:

Frank London: trumpet
(the Klezmatics, Frank London‟s Klezmer Brass Allstars, Maurice El Medioni)


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