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Friday, October 17, 2008

Shadows Of Paradise

Bottom/ Night Song is an album by qawwal Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and guitarist and producer Michael Brook, released in 1996. It was the last album on Real World Records that Khan lived to see finished. This album, along with Mustt Mustt, contributed tracks to the remix album Star Rise. This is perhaps the most experimental of Khan's albums, including Senegalese and classically trained musicians. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (1948 — 1997), was a Pakistani musician, primarily a singer of Qawwali, the devotional music of the Sufis (a mystical tradition within Islam). Nusrat's family has an unbroken tradition of performing qawwali for the last 600 years. Among other honorary titles bestowed upon him, Nusrat was called Shahenshah-e-Qawwali, meaning The Emperor of Qawwali. Middle/ Songs From The Victorious City (China Records, 1990) is an album in the world music genre written by Anne Dudley and Jaz Coleman, recorded in Cairo and London. It takes its name from Cairo itself, in Arabic القاهرة‎ (translit: al-Qahirah), literally "The Triumphant" or "The Victorious". Top/ Something Dangerous (Mantra Records, 2003) is the fifth album by Natacha Atlas. Natacha Atlas (born March 20, 1964) is a Belgian singer known for her fusion of Arabic and North African music with Western electronic music. She once termed her music "cha'abi moderne" (an updated form of Egyptian pop music). Her music has been influenced by many styles including Arabesque music, drum 'n' bass and reggae. Most of Atlas' albums have been produced by Transglobal Underground. Transglobal Underground (or TGU) is a London-based music collective who specialise in a fusion of western, oriental and African music styles (sometimes labelled as "world fusion" or "ethno-techno"), as in their 1991 single "Temple Head". Their first four albums featured Natacha Atlas as lead singer. Atlas was also the belly dancer for the group. She continues to focus on her Middle Eastern Eastern roots, as the titles of her albums imply: Diaspora (1995), Halim (1997) (in honour of Egyptian singer Abdel Halim Hafez), Gedida (1998), Ayeshteni (2001) and Mish Maoul (an Egyptian expression meaning "unbelievable") (2006). Atlas was born to a father of Moroccan, Egyptian, Jewish, and Palestinian ancestry who was born in Jerusalem and a British mother who had converted to Islam. In 2001, she was appointed by Mary Robinson as a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Conference Against Racism. Robinson chose Atlas because "she embodies the message that there is a strength in diversity. That our differences – be they ethnic, racial or religious – are a source of riches to be embraced rather than feared". On May 23, 2008 Atlas released a new album, Ana Hina.

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