|Abu Ghazaleh, Tamer / Mir'ah|
|Artist:||Abu Ghazaleh, Tamer||Added:||Nov 2012|
|Add Date:||2012-12-08||Pull Date:||2013-02-10||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||Feb 10||Feb 3||Jan 27||Jan 20||Jan 13||Dec 16||Dec 9|
|1.||Nov 07, 2016:||Everything A to Z week 66 -excerpts reaired radio q 11-9-20 |
|4.||Feb 13, 2013:||Mediterraneans |
|2.||Jul 23, 2016:||Old Fart at Play |
|5.||Feb 07, 2013:||The Sunset Life |
|3.||Jun 13, 2013:||Arabology |
|6.||Feb 06, 2013:||Mediterraneans |
7awel Ya Ghannam
--All Tracks are FCC CLEAN—
A uniquely creative performer and promoter of a wide range of music, Tamer Abu Ghazaleh is a leading figure in modern Arabic culture. This singer, multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer has over the past few years released a debut album and founded eka3 (2007), a regional platform dedicated to promoting, producing, distributing, and touring independent Arabic music. This is his debut album titled Mir'ah (Mirror) and the lyrics are either in classical Arabic or in the Levantine colloquial dialect.
**1. 7ob [Love] is a piece with classical Arabic lyrics with guitar sound only
2. . Takhabot [Internal Struggle]. Oud and guitar with piano. Jordanian dialect.
3. Al Shibak [The Net] This track sounds like an experimental impromptu track with guitar and oud. Repetitive, haunting lyrics, featuring multi layered vocals by the same singer.
4. Mir’ah [Mirror] Title track is bizarre sounding, deliberately annoying instruments and vocals all over the place. Classical Arabic poetry set to music..
5. Dawameh [Whirlwind] Long musical Oud intro; Jordanian dialect.
**6. 7awel Ya Ghanam [Melody Maker] Multiple Oud sounds, some bouzouki, instrumental track (no vocals)
7. Sokoot [Silence] This track has the most instrument variety, many bizarre sounding noises and long lamenting vocals in Levantine Arabic.
**My picks: 1, 6 Ramzi Salti
|3.||Al Shibak||6.||7awel Ya Ghannam|