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Mimouna - Hassan Hakmoun - The Gift (CD, Album)

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  1. Stream Trance by Hassan Hakmoun, Zahar and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample)/5(2).
  2. Apr 08,  · Check out The Gift by Hassan Hakmoun on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on tankperlrisamchaihapachalfrodebpocah.coinfo5/5(1).
  3. Hakmoun was introduced to the musician via longtime friend Fabian Alsultany, and loved Fine's interplay of elements on West coast-based Gnawa-inspired group Hamsa Lila's album, Gathering One. It's been 26 years since the talented vocalist and sintir player released Gift of the Gnawa alongside famed trumpeter Don Cherry and percussionist Adam Rudolph.
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  6. This album is the second of two volumes of music culled from the legendary Real World Recording Weeks of and It features fascinating musical encounters between established and lesser-known artists from across the world.
  7. Gift of the Gnawa, an Album by Hassan Hakmoun & Adam Rudolph. Released in on Flying Fish (catalog no. FF ; CD). Genres: Gnawa. Featured peformers: Hassan Hakmoun (sintir, vocals, aka_text qarqaba role_id aka_text), Adam Rudolph (aka_text conga role_id aka_text, tabla, bendir, percussion, producer), Don Cherry (pocket trumpet), Richard Horowitz (ney).
  8. The album rounds out with 'Ohio,' a fun dance number that is later remixed by Fine, and the scorching 'Baniya,' the song Hakmoun attributes to redefining Moroccan music with rock elements. "I sing about all the people here before us, including family members-it's very emotional, I .
  9. Aubrey Dayle was born in Kingston, Jamaica. He immigrated to Canada with his family, and was raised in Montreal. He began playing the accordion at age 5 and from there learned to play the piano. By the age of 13, Aubrey had developed an interest in the percussive arts and decided to devote his talents to mastering them. His efforts paid off and a decade later, he was performing and Missing: Hassan Hakmoun.

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