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Le Trio Joubran
Desert Wind is a 1989 album by Ofra Haza, who was one of the most popular singers in Israel at the time. Haza was unknown in the rest of the world until the previous year when the song "Im Nin'Alu" and the following album Shaday were released, bringing her to the attention of Europe and the United States. Desert Wind was therefore more oriented toward the international market.
The main language of the album is in English, however Ofra also sings in Arabic, Hebrew, and the ancient language of Aramaic. The album has a very oriental feeling, since it contains ancient Yemenite songs. The sound is a mainstream form of dance music with elements of synthpop and, on track 8, an influence of house music. The album ends with "Kaddish," a Jewish prayer that, as Haza writes, is meant to hold all the world's sorrows on the wings of an angel. The song has a short English-language introduction. However, the main part of the prayer is in Aramaic.
Chakra - Balance, Tune and Meditation
Come Closer is the debut English language album by Turkish pop singer Tarkan. Album was published in Europe, Asia, Japan, North America, South America, Australia. It was released by Universal Records on April 7, 2006 in Europe and Central Asia. Tarkan began recording the album in 1997, following the success of his third Turkish release Ölürüm Sana that year. Referring to the album's title, Tarkan said:
"I think that my music is very unique [sic] and connects both worlds. That's the reason why I named my album Come Closer. I believe in cultural sharing, in the idea of we-belong-altogether. In my opinion, music should have no borders and we should all try to come closer".
In August 2005, a number of songs recorded for the album were leaked onto the internet by a Turkish DJ. The leaked songs garnered considerable airplay in dance clubs in Turkey, before Tarkan's management took legal action against the DJ's playing the songs.
Yaho (Egyptian Music)
Legend - The Best Of Fairuz
Ibn El Leil
Dudu is a 2003 extended play album by Tarkan. This was his first album to be released through his own record label, HITT Music. It holds five songs and five remixes. The album was published in Europe and Asia. The sales of the album exceeded 4.1 million copies worldwide, of which over 2.5 million were sold in Turkey alone. To support the album, beginning in November 2003 Tarkan gave solo performances in Turkey and other countries. In 2004 as part of Dudu World tour Tarkan visited Austria, Germany, France, United States, Ukraine, Russia, Finland, the Netherlands, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan.
Ya Nass is the debut solo album by the Lebanese singer Yasmine Hamdan, previously a member of the band Soap Kills and one half of the duo Y.A.S.. The album was originally given a limited release, in France and Lebanon, on the French Kwaidan label in 2012, under the title Yasmine Hamdan. It was released internationally by Crammed Discs in April 2013, under the title Ya Nass, featuring five new songs. It was produced by Marc Collin, best known for his new wave covers project Nouvelle Vague.
Mahmoud Al Turki
Ahzan We Marret
Al Saudia Amar
Khaf Ala Nafsak
Hatha Mohamed Bn Salman
Saleh Al Yami
Deliver Us (The Prince Of Egypt/Soundtrack Version)
Allah La Yehremmy Minak
Magic In The Air Feat Magic System
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