Maneli Jamal | The Lamaj Movement

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The Lamaj Movement

by Maneli Jamal

'The Lamaj Movement' is a concept album where every song takes the listener on a part of his history growing up in five countries (Belarus, Iran, Germany, USA, Canada). A homage to his family's nomadic journey around the world.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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1. Movement I - Awakening
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2. Movement II - Lamaj
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3. Movement III - On the Run
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4. Movement IV - Alleviation
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5. Adapt & Accept, Pt. 1
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6. Six in Harmony
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7. Nine Year Residence
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8. Homespun
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9. Klingerstrasse
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10. Adapt & Accept, Pt. 2
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11. Us Against Them
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12. We Made It
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A word from Maneli Jamal

This concept album is dedicated to my family's nomadic journey around the world. I tried my best to capture our journey through music, to take you, the listener, where I once stood, to feel what I lived. As hard as it was at times on our travels, we learned a great deal in the process. I know I wouldn't be able to express myself with the guitar the way I do, if it weren't for these experiences I encountered as a young one. But in retrospect, all six family members agree that where we are now is a much better place.

I hope you enjoy these compositions and are inspired to reflect on your own history, rediscovering the treasurable stories that lie there.


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