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5.0 out of 5 stars Later day Gong?!
I love this record - such variety and inventiveness - one track even sounds like later day Gong! Abou-Khalil combines excellent musicianship with a sense of humour - rare in music. I'd welcome suggestions of which of his wide repertoir I should sample next.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Jazz + traditional folk + african influence = Great album
I stumbled upon this album by accident, it's a strange but intoxicating mix of Jazz, African, world music, folk and bhangra plus a few more thrown in for good measure, the result is a sometimes mellow and minimalist, sometimes upbeat, it's very diverse.
Published on 12 Nov 2005 by Larrie


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5.0 out of 5 stars Later day Gong?!, 30 Dec 2011
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I love this record - such variety and inventiveness - one track even sounds like later day Gong! Abou-Khalil combines excellent musicianship with a sense of humour - rare in music. I'd welcome suggestions of which of his wide repertoir I should sample next.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A graphic review, 14 Feb 2004
This review is from: Morton's Foot (Audio CD)
This is probably one of the best designed CD covers ever produced. The front is by Rabih Abou-Khalil himself and features a highly ornate, sensous embossed red foil pattern on a dark brown background, done little justice by the thumbnail photo above. Inside is a sepia pop-up photo of the band, a 64 page booklet containing various texts and full colour photographs of the band by Thomas Dorn, and a clever cut-out back sleeve that just leaves you wanting more.
Worth buying for the immaculate graphic conception alone, but, even better, it comes with a free CD full of marvellous music by Rabih Abou-Khalil. That's the trouble with MP3's, they don't look and feel nearly so good as the real thing.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Khalil kaleidescope, 14 July 2008
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Yet again another eclectic, avant garde mix of jazz, middle east and other influences. Worth it alone for the fantastically unusual sound landscapes and hummed vocals!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Jazz + traditional folk + african influence = Great album, 12 Nov 2005
This review is from: Morton's Foot (Audio CD)
I stumbled upon this album by accident, it's a strange but intoxicating mix of Jazz, African, world music, folk and bhangra plus a few more thrown in for good measure, the result is a sometimes mellow and minimalist, sometimes upbeat, it's very diverse.
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