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1988
Label: ECM Records - ECM 1359,ECM Records - 835 781-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Contemporary Jazz, Folk
The Return I - Rabih Abou-Khalil - Nafas (CD, Album)

Recorded in Germany by Beirut native Rabih Abou-Khalil, this moody, atmospheric album is more like a soundscape than a collection of songs. Abou-Khalil's primary instrument is the oud, a lute-like instrument traditionally used in Arab : Ecm Import.

Nandi. Glen Velez, Rabih Abou-Khalil, Selim Kusur, Setrak Sarkissian. PREVIEW. 10 SONGS, 50 MINUTES. RELEASED SEPTEMBER 5, ℗ ECM RECORDS GMBH, UNDER EXCLUSIVE LICENSE TO UNIVERSAL MUSIC CLASSICS & JAZZ - A DIVISION OF UNIVERSAL MUSIC GMBH. Also available in the iTunes Store.

 · referencing Nafas, CD, Album, ECM , Y Review by L. Katz Recorded in Germany by Beirut native Rabih Abou-Khalil, this moody, atmospheric album is more like a soundscape than a collection of songs/5(77).

"Nafas" was recorded in Oslo in February of Rabih Abou-Khalil relies more on rhythms then he did on his prior release "Between Dusk And Dawn". In addition, this album is much more traditional, and lacks the improvisation of the previous release. For me, this wasn't quite up to the level of his prior work, but it is still worthwhile/5(7).

Rabih Abou-Khalil W/ Selim Kusur. Glen Velez. Setrak Sarkissian – Nafas. Label: ECM Records – ECM , ECM Records – Y. Format: CD, Album. Country: Germany/5(16).


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     · Recorded in Germany by Beirut native Rabih Abou-Khalil, this moody, atmospheric album is more like a soundscape than a collection of songs. Abou-Khalil's primary instrument is the oud, a lute-like instrument traditionally used in Arab low, sweet-toned, obviously Far Eastern instrument is teamed up with nothing more than Arab drums in most of the songs/10(15).

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