ENTRY #10: WELCOME TO THE EURO HOUSE ZONE PART.4 (MEETING H. ZAZOU)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3KFqWDJyEU Hamid Baroudi - Caravan II Bagdad (1001 Nights Mix) From Hamid Baroudi - Caravan II Bagdad Released on TanTric Records, 1990(?), Germany This series could probably have gone on for ever, but I like to make things look balanced, and for some reasons, there's nothing that look more balanced to me than a series…Lire la suite ENTRY #10: WELCOME TO THE EURO HOUSE ZONE PART.4 (MEETING H. ZAZOU)

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ENTRY #9: WELCOME TO THE EURO HOUSE ZONE PART.3 (TUNISIAN TWIST)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzLRvPWWbEM Amina - Atamé (Remix) From Amina - Atamé (Promotional 12") Released on Phillips, 1992, France Here's a new chapter in our random exploration of Euro House  - or should I say French Euro House? But, considering that it's been recorded by Tunisian and Senegalese musician in Paris, does it make it Tunisian-Senegalese-French “Euro” House? What…Lire la suite ENTRY #9: WELCOME TO THE EURO HOUSE ZONE PART.3 (TUNISIAN TWIST)

ENTRY #3 : A LITTLE BIT OF FOLK

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PxIcxvX8aY Trio Romançal - Capoeira - Meia Noite & Kalimba - Matuque From Trio Romançal Brasileiro - S/T Not on label, Brazil, 1987 It's been quite a long while since I last wrote here. I've been enquired with many things (things I posted about on OYT, especially this new label, DRAMA), but I've not…Lire la suite ENTRY #3 : A LITTLE BIT OF FOLK

HURDY-GURDY MAN

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhfbaCaPTuk Remy Couvez - Rêve de Voyage From Rémy Couvez - Paysages Intérieurs Self-released, 1986, France We wrote about many records which blended oriental musical influences with "Western" musical culture, but never have we dealt before with the hurdy-gurdy and the ancestral traditions which surround this instrument. Alongside Valentin Clastrier (another renowned French hurdy-gurdy player)…Lire la suite HURDY-GURDY MAN

SABIR

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Asequmtpyg4 Novalia - D'improvviso From Novalia - Sabir Released on Materiali Sonori, 1990, Italy Beginning like a RZA-friendly loop (you should watch Ghost Dog again if this doesn't ring a bell) and ending like an epic Pink Floyd-esque instrumental, Novalia's D'improvviso  incorporates many elements that make it sound lovable to our ears. In between, the tune is a heavily…Lire la suite SABIR