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Fawzy Al-Aiedy and the Oriental Jazz

1992 | Flat & Sharp - Music on the go

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"When oriental music flirts with jazz (unless it's the other way around)"

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“If the Thousand and One Nights were revisited, one day, by Rimbaud and Bartok, Fawzi AL-AIEDY would without context be the best inspired guide!
With this accomplished artist, music thus becomes the art of mixing sounds in a way that is pleasing to the mind and body. As true as each of his preludes, on its own, is an initiatory tale, made to open up horizons of sensations unsuspected until then, each of his concerts arouses the connivance or the astonishment, in any case - and at the end of it. tale of everyone's wonder. »(Salah GUEMRICHE - Writer / journalist).

"I dedicate this record to Charlie Chaplin and John Coltrane" - Fawzy

With :

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Fawzy Al-Aiedy : Vocals, lute, oboe, English horn
François Mechali : Double bass
François Couturier : Piano-keyboard
François Verly : Drums, tabla
Patrick Buchmann : Drums
Jean-Marc Larche : Saxophone, sax-synthesizer
Hatem Bedoui : Darbouka

Artistic direction : Fawzy Al-Aiedy and Patrick Buchmann
Compositions: Fawzy Al-Aiedy
Arrangements : François Mechali
Synth programming : Paul Bouchara

Recorded and mixed : Studio ADAM by Philippe Beaucamp

Credits :

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French translation : Naïm Boutanos
English translation : Mark Smith
Cover design & photo : Daniel Jan

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