She’s approaching Lata Mangeshkar status there. I may have met you. I see from a quick check of liner notes that Hamza el Din studied in Cairo, but I still think he took the sound in a different direction. However, I’ve also heard some really beautiful recordings by him. If the single-digit humidity doesn’t kill me. I don’t really like Sudanese music that much, either, from what I’ve heard of it. I should just get the book, shouldn’t I.
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Actually, even that isn’t among her best, but parts of this song are quite memorable. The music by Mohammed Abdel Wahab and lyrics are both pre-composed, but there is room for melodic, and other types of improvisation, by Oum Kaltoum. But — how do we break the veil of anonymity without revealing our identities to all and sundry? There is no information in English on the CD as regards recording dates, but from the sound quality I’m guessing s. Every now and then I ask the family who work at the grocery what the meanings of the songs are. If you guys need any recommendations or question, feel free to ask. Sorry to be a broken record.
I made an Oum Kalthoum playlist. Daret el Ayam, etc. Alf Leyla, We Marret el Aym sometimes: I can also see how the name’s background doesn’t necessarily make it any less annoying that her name is mother of somebody or amn.
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I’m a huge fan of Oum Kolthoum. Please either login hereor if you are not registered, mmp3 may register here. But I miss the « vibe » that is present in the older recordings of the popular masters.
I hope this is hopeful. I’m actually trying to collect all her songs as mp3’s and CD’s.
I see from a quick check of liner notes that Hamza el Din studied in Cairo, but I still think he took the sound in a different direction. I believe they are all « on the books » so to speak. It would have been very interesting to see how the competition between these two would have habibai had Asmahan not died at RS – I understand you re Shaheen’s ‘dryness’, but his more recent stuff does seem much looser.
What looks to be a fairly respectable series of Khaltoum CDs called « Diva of Arabic Music » turns up on the Web a lot although I’ve never seen takouh in local shops. Some other recordings that include electric guitar: I tend to prefer Egyptian oud playing and take that as my model. I mostly know what I think are probably his haabibati recordings, long, sprawling, prog-like, works, many of them by Baligh Hamdi and Abdel Wahab.
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I’m more hesitant about saying anything bad about Hamza el Din, but he’s not really a favorite. I remember seeing a short at a Palestinian film festival where a family sits around the television watching Om in some older 40s?
The audience was very involved, audibly so. I don’t really love Amal Hayati though. If you guys need any recommendations or question, feel free to ask.
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Skipping messages at this point I’d be interested in hearing more though. There is no information in English on the CD as regards recording dates, but from the sound quality I’m guessing s.
Takpun think it was probably worth it.
Do you know if and where these might be available? A very strong Shams El Aseel: I may have met you. I think I need to get a high-speed connection before I get back into collectng MP3s. Tonight I picked up: I think I got that list from a web-site somewhere. I haven’t watched this yet, but the introduction alone is mind-blowing.
I takouj several Khaltoum CDs at a local Palestinian grocery.
Amateurist, the Diva series is all early recordings pres, from what I recall. Abdel Wahab songs so overrated.