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Radio Martiko Belgium

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Cat: RMLP 001. Rel: 23 Nov 16
  1. Rajaat Laayoun (5:29)
  2. Layali Saif (5:21)
  3. Afrah El Maghreb (6:29)
  4. Hind (6:45)
  5. Zifaf Filfada (4:00)
  6. Mawa'aid (3:30)
  7. Fatine (3:33)
Review: Moroccan musician Abdou El Amari was arguably one of the first composers to combine traditional North African music with contemporary Western styles. Amazingly, he only ever released one album: 1976's much sought-after Nuits D'Ete Avec Abdou El Amari. Original copies of that set are notoriously hard to find (if you do score one, it would cost you nearly a grand) making this reissue something of a surprise treat. It's a set of "Arab electronics" - a curious mixture of intoxicating organ motifs, Middle Eastern rhythms programmed on dusty early drum machines, quirky synthesizer melodies, and copious amounts of hashish-inspired tape delay. Even all these years on, it still sounds utterly bonkers, and is well worth further investigation.
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Cat: RMLP 004. Rel: 17 Jan 18
  1. Dala' (3:41)
  2. Farha (2:35)
  3. Badaouiah (4:28)
  4. Mouled El-Khaleej (3:29)
  5. Raqsah Arabiyah (3:31)
  6. Tahiya Wal Assaiyah (2:49)
  7. Mouna (3:05)
Review: '70s Arabic psychedelic funk, courtesy of Hany Mehanna on this reissue by Belgian retoverts Radio Martiko. An Egyptian musician and composer, Mehanna played as a young, talented organist next to stars like Oum Kalthoum and Abdel Halim Hafez and was a member of Ahmed Fouad Hassan's Diamond Orchestra - one of the country's finest. Up to this day he still writes for various Arabic artists and composes scores for Egyptian movies and series. This is (according to the label) a 'belly dance holy grail from the organ king of Cairo.. as good as it gets!' Originally released in 1973, 'The Miracles of the Seven Dances' is a work of pure genius that combines traditional rhythms with spaced out modern sounds. Hear a blissfully exotic mix of hypnotic organ grooves, psychedelic guitars, mystic strings and haunting percussion.
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  1. Salim El Baroudi - "Fatouma" (3:17)
  2. Sayed Salamah - "Ard El Marrah (Mambo)" (2:49)
  3. Abd Al Fattah Mansi - "Leyla" (3:33)
  4. Soad Mohamed - "Ahallefak Washkeek Lellah" (6:03)
  5. Al Thourathy Al Mareh - "Asmar Ya Sukkar" (3:04)
  6. Taha El Ugayl - "Musiqaa Nahr El Hob" (1:54)
  7. Mohamed Fawzi - "Musiqaa Dhahab Ellayl" (3:36)
  8. Magda Ali - "Nafourak Ya Ghazal (A Nubian Love Song)" (part 1) (2:51)
  9. Sayed Salamah - "Zahrat El Hob (Bolero)" (4:08)
Review: It would be fair to say that very few people - in Europe and the U.S at least - know much about the Egyptian music scene of the 1960s. This compilation, then, should be something of an eye-opener to all of those with an interest in musical movements from around the world. What's perhaps most interesting is the surprisingly "global" nature of the influences on show. Check, for example, the jaunty bossanova rhythms underpinning Salim El Baroudi's "Fatouma", the humid Arabic jazz flex of Abd Al Fattah Mensi's "Leyla", the tango style accordions of Al Thourathy Al Mareh's "Asmar Ya Sukkar" and the wonderfully over-the-top easy listening orchestration that leaps out from Magda Ali's "Nafourak Ya Ghazal (A Nubian Love Song Part 1)".
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