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  • Audio CD (24 April 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mantra
  • ASIN: B000EGD26Y
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,418 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Oully Ya Sahbi
2. Feen
3. Hayati Inta
4. Ghanwah Bossanova
5. Bathaddak
6. Bab El Janna
7. Wahashni
8. Haram Aleyk
9. La Lil Khowf
10. Yariet

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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 28 April 2006
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Here we are again, another year another Natacha Atlas album.I'll be honest for a minute, looking back "Something Dangerous" was a bit of a disappointment. It didnt feel like a Natacha Atlas album due to the sheer amount of guest vocalists making an appearance. This time however Natacha has gone back to use one of the best voices in World Fusion music - her own, which is a welcome return. The album starts off with a rather traditional sounding peice, "Oully" which could be a paeon to a lost love. One of the previously mentioned guest artists Princess Juliana appears again for the next track "Feen", a kind of Arabic R&B, its not to my taste but it doesnt sit badly on the album. Things explode with the joyous sounding "Hayanti Inta" driven by relentless handclaps as opposed to drums. Its a stunning peice of music and is likely to remain on my ipod for quite sometime.The next track "Ghwana Bossanova" is destined to feature on numerous chillout albums and really shouldnt exist - an arabic bossanova, but Natacha pulls this off with class and is one of the albums highlights for me. Batthadak is a song that sounds like it could do very well in the French music scene, it has that European touch to it and is very upbeat. Baba El Janna is another slow laid back piece, featuring an absolutely stunning vocal from both Natacha and a male vocalist.

Highlight of the album for me is Wahashni, which sounds like it belongs on the "Foretold" album, again intense handclapping, and some twangy sounding stringed instrument provides the backbone for the song.La lil Khowf is another highlight, an hot inner city night of a song, sultry and ripe, this song is infused with a real passion and could do well given a single release.
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By Mourad Ben Tekfa on 22 Feb. 2013
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Great album. Natasha expertly combines traditional arabic sound and rythms with more western beats to great effect.
I recommend this album to all who enjoys originality.
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By Tomasz M. on 8 May 2015
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Everything as expected, Excellent choice, great purchase.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
she does it again 27 May 2006
By PhoenixTree - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is indeed a far cry from the pop/arab feel of her previous albums, but also no where near the monotonous vapidity of 'Something Dangerous.' Natacha Atlas has always written her own songs and was very involved in the musical process, but this album conveys her pure talent and establishes her as a singer/songwriter. I would agree with the previous comments that this album would appeal to Natacha Atlas fans rather than any new comers, (unless those new comers prefer this subtler type of genre.) As her other albums were reminscent of Arab pop, this cd fits more under fado music, like, Christina Branco or Mariza, with euro-pop/electronica floundering around Brazilian guitars and Natacha's beautiful lyrics. Her voice is heard far more clearly here, and so are her lyrics, and despite the 'Morrocan Feel' of the album she sings in the Egyptian and Levantine dialect of Arabic.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Hate it one day Love it the next! 12 Jun. 2007
By Onimok - Published on
Format: Audio CD
My first listen to this CD had me ready to frisbee it out of the car, Natacha what have you done?? Where is the Natacha I used to know? Luckily I had ripped the CD to my mp3 player and a week later while bored on a bus ride decided to have a listen.

Maybe it was the mood I was in, maybe it was the bus, but for some reason I was really diggin the exotic beats and the light mystical feel of this CD, as well as the toe tapping dance rhythms on some tracks.

The latin tracks have a great laid back sound that just picks you up and makes you drift around on a cloud, something different for Natacha that works very well.

I agree with another reviewer that the Princess Juliana presence does spoil the overall quality of this CD, only 4 stars, but apart from that it is a great CD! Much better than Something Dangerous, her worst effort.

This is a return to those wonderful rhythms that attracted me to her music in the first place, even in a modern context the rhythms are hypnotic and her singing is in top form, thanks for not doing any more English versions!. As I said I have done a backflip on this one, so please make sure you have a good listen to the whole CD before you purchase. Luck for me I had a second chance to listen to it properly. It is different again from what we know of Natacha, but a step back in the right direction.

If you really don't like the modern/western influences in this music, have a listen to my other favourite female Arabic singer Nawal Al Zoghbi, she is the real deal!!

Natacha, leave out the American/RapCrap hip hop next time and I'll give you five stars for sure!!

One of your biggest fans.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
200% Natacha 22 May 2006
By Linguist-wannabe - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Simply Natacha at her best! Not really recommended for first time listeners but this album is real treat for us, long-time fans! Thank you Natacha.
By Robert Williams - Published on
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Natasha Atlas was born in Belgium but is of Middle Eastern descent with ancestral links to Egypt, Palestine and Morocco. She spent her early childhood in the North African community of Brussels where she absorbed Arab music and watched Hindi movies. She moved back to Belgium and worked in Middle Eastern night clubs and restaurants singing mawaals and performing as a belly-dancer. She even performed in a salsa band for a short time. She moved to England where she joined the London based Transglobal Underground band as lead singer and belly dancer in 1993 but continued to produce albums on her own. The first was Diaspora in 1995.

Natasha's 2006 album, Mish Maoul is more of the same aluring but funky Arab pop music. Her soft voice and lyrics weave wistfully through Arab and English lyrics. The instrumentation is a combination of traditional string and percussion instruments and modern pieces.

The two tracks I loved most were, 5. Bathaddar and 10. Yariet.
14 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Natacha, no offense but I dont listen to you for hip hop! 9 Sept. 2006
By soundsmith - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Natacha, I love your voice and I am deeply disappointed every time your music veers into banal, incessant western pop culture! I give you two stars for track 8 & 10. The rest is not worth anything except to make me cringe because you have one of the greatest voices we will ever have the priviledge to hear! Imagine Leontyne Price singing Brittney Spears! I hate to sound pompous but give me a break ok? I hear this kind of stuff coming out of every club and car in the USA, can't I be a fan of your Arabic music and voice? What would you think if Beyonce did an album in Arabic?
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