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Toires - Oued / Sanati

 

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Artist: Toires

Title: Oued / Sanati

Label: Dakini

Date: 2002

 

Track listing:

 

CD 1

01. Haytama

02. Kamoun Soufi

03. Ma Wa'l Hob

04. Sanati

05. Market Beach

06. Mustahil

07. Nabab

08. Sidi'h Bibi

09. Toinet

10. Bessma

11. Layoun Lokdhor

 

CD 2

01. Lelital

02. Barmanu

03. Honeymoon In Africa III

04. Azif Laile

05. Smoking Gun

06. Tali

07. Kia

08. Menara

09. Nafas Al Ayat

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Artist: Toires
Title: Oued - Sanäti
Label: Dakini Records
Date: September, 2002

Track listing:

 

CD 1

01. Haytama
02. Kamoun Soufi
03. Ma Wa'l Hob
04. Sanati
05. Market Beach
06. Mustahil
07. Nabab
08. Sidi'h Bibi
09. Toinet
10. Bessma
11. Layoun Lokdhor

CD 2

01. Lelital
02. Barmanu
03. Honeymoon In Africa III
04. Azif Laile
05. Smoking Gun
06. Tali
07. Kia
08. Menara
09. Nafas Al Ayat

First thing, hats off the the quality review above.  Its genius is its simplicity.  It reminds me of those restaurants where you get this huge white plate and the entree is super tiny and perfectly centered.  And the waiter looks at you like a barbarian when you give him the "What the f*ck, that's all there is look?"

This is Frenchman Florian Seriot whom I am familiar thanks to the Fahrenheit Project compilations from Ultimae.  This is a 2-CD set which is just two of this albums in one package.  Within you'll find a very laid back compendium of melancholy middle eastern or Indian vocals, chants, and smooth beats.  Think of an ancient Middle Eastern LSD jam session.  I like the combination of the breakbeats and worldly samples mixed in with the electronica.  Kinda like if the Beatles got a little funky during their...ahem, experimental phase.  He throws some interludes in here as well to further cement the atmosphere that you are a long way from home white boy.  It's all very chill and mysterious if quite a bit samey, but it does get to be a little much.  I mean two discs of really similar sounds...

Edited by Trance2MoveU
Forgot the f*cking album cover

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