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AHMED ABDUL-MALIK - Jazz Sahara (1958-1993) RM / FLAC (image+.cue), lossless

This CD reissue is an early example of fusing jazz with world music. Abdul-Malik switches between bass and oud; interacts closely with the droning violin of Naim Karacand, Jack Ghanaim's kanoon (a 72-string instrument), and Mike Hamway's darabeka (a percussive drum); and mixes in Al Harewood's drums and (on three of the four selections) the tenor of Johnny Griffin. The music is a qualified success, essentially Middle Eastern folk music with Griffin added in. This set is interesting and, in its own way, innovative but not essential. by Scott Yanow
Tracklist :
1    Ya Annas = Oh, People    11:10
Ahmed Abdul-Malik
2    Isma'a = Listen    9:10
Ahmed Abdul-Malik
3    El Haris = Anxious    11:28
Ahmed Abdul-Malik
4    Farah' Alaiyna = Joy Upon Us    6:59
Ahmed Abdul-Malik
Credits :    
Drums – Al Harewood
Goblet Drum [Darabeka] – Mike Hamway
Oud, Bass – Ahmed Abdul-Malik
Strings [Kanoon] – Jack Ghanaim
Tambourine – Bilal Abdurrahman
Tenor Saxophone – Johnny Griffin (pistas: 1 to 3)
Violin – Naim Karacand

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AHMED ABDUL-MALIK - Jazz Sahara (1958-1993) RM / FLAC (image+.cue), lossless

This CD reissue is an early example of fusing jazz with world music. Abdul-Malik switches between bass and oud; interacts closely with the d...