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Bellemou Messaoud & Cheb Ourrad Houarri – Le Pére Du Raï (1989) مسعود بلمو

20-05-2014, 14:35
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Bellemou Messaoud & Cheb Ourrad Houarri – Le Pére Du Raï (1989) مسعود بلمو

Artist: Bellemou Messaoud & Cheb Ourrad Houarri · مسعود بلمو
Title Of Album: Le Pére Du Raï Presents Cheb Ourrad Houarri
Year Of Release: 1989
Label: World Circuit WCD 011
Genre: Raï
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Bitrate: VBR 0 | 16Bit/44kHz
Total Size: 92 MB | 356 MB
Total Time: 57:59
Website: Discogs

01. Rire Zarga Ouana 05:40
02. Andi Probleme 06:04
03. Chanson Pour Lekip 05:58
04. Khla Darumha Khalia 04:52
05. Musique Instrumental 05:24
06. Harai Harai Ouama 04:21
07. Lala Habibi Ouah 06:19
08. Hada Raykoum 05:25
09. Meha Ouyel I Bet 06:09
10. Lhalia Dari 07:52

Cheb Ourrad Houarri: vocals
Bellemou Messaoud: trumpets
Bellemou Miloud: trumpet
Messabih Miloud: keyboards, accordion, bongos
Kradra Mohamed Ali: guitar
Benaff Mohamed: tbal, bendir
Nedjourn Abdel Kader: karkabou
Nedjourn Hamouaini: darbouka

From the booklet:
This is the first recording for nearly fifteen years by the full Ensemble Bellemou. The musicians were chosen by the leader to accompany him on his first European tour. The line up inlcudes the percussion section which was present on many of his early 45's. Cheb Ourrad Houarri is Bellemou's latest singing discovery and this is his first recording. As with the chebs of the mid-70's he is eager to learn from Le Pere Du Rai and last year he had the distinction of sharing joint first place in Algeria's national singing competition with another Bellemou protege, Cheb Khaled. World Circuit is proud to present the latest recording by Bellemou Messaoud, Le Roi De La Trompette, Le Pere Du Rai.

Info from Wikipedia:
Messaoud Bellemou is an Algerian musician and one of the most influential performers of modern raï music. Known as the father of raï, Messaoud began his career playing the trumpet but soon became known for adding foreign instruments like the saxophone, violin, and accordion to the genre. In 1974 he coined the term pop-raï to describe the new generation of chebs and chebats (from the Arabic for "young") introducing new instruments, and together with Belkacem Bouteldja released one of the first records of the new genre.

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