|Hassan, Chalf / Rhythms of Morocco|
|Album:||Rhythms of Morocco||Collection:||World|
|Artist:||Hassan, Chalf||Added:||Feb 2005|
|Label:||Arc Music Inc.|
|Add Date:||2005-03-21||Pull Date:||2005-05-23||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||May 8||Apr 24||Apr 17||Apr 3||Mar 27|
|1.||May 09, 2019:||Cafe Nakhil |
Solo Tabla, Raksat El Atlas
|4.||May 02, 2005:||Stirling's Mukamel |
Raksat El Atlas
|2.||Jul 26, 2011:||at the cafe bohemian |
|5.||Apr 22, 2005:||No Cover, No Minimum - Part I |
|3.||May 03, 2005:||At the Cafe Bohemian |
|6.||Apr 17, 2005:||Subcutaneous Phycomycosis |
He plays darbouka (Egyptian tabla), guitar and oud and has performed with Hossam Ramzy, Robert Plant & others. It’s based on Moroccan folk & classical songs but while this might actually be the “rhythms” of Morocco, the addition of keyboards, strings, sax, etc. give it a decidedly modern take. Not for purists, but recommended for fans of percussion. |
1. A bright wedding song. Not the best track.
2. Like an orchestra playing belly dance music at a disco.
*3. Catchy, hypnotic blend of perc & strings. Great beats.
*4. Lively & sweeping.
*5. Percussion jam of various rhythms & sounds, very cool.
*6. Soaring strings, perc. An evocative, mostly midtempo journey.
7. A bit overdone, but lyrical w/some nice flourishes.
8. Violin & percussion. Lively, well played.
9. Strings/perc. Changes of theme & rhythms, interesting.
10. 19+minute epic of changing sounds/moods/beats/themes. Cool
11. Uptempo dance w/lots of perc/strings.
|1.||Dakhlat Al Aroussa||6.||Andalussia|
|2.||Wissal||7.||Nore El Chomouh|
|3.||Aita Jilaliya||8.||Solo Kamanja|
|4.||Raksat El Atlas||9.||Fen El Watar|
|5.||Solo Tabla||10.||Men Tangier Li Agadir|