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Mustt Mustt Single

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  • Audio CD (12 Nov. 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Realworld
  • ASIN: B00000DR6P
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 119,086 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan - Mustt Mustt - Cd

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The late, great Pakistani Qawwali singer's first collaboration with producer/guitarist Michael Brook took the passionate, gymnastic tenor out of tradition and into trip-hop nation. Recorded at Peter Gabriel's expansive Real World Studios, the album combines ethnic percussion, programmed beats (some by Gabriel himself), Brook's atmospheric and infinite guitar swells, and loop-based motifs with Khan's complex, ornamented vocal delivery and devotional lyrics. On the later Night Song, Brook and Khan perfected their cross-cultural dialogue, though Mustt, with its fiery vocal runs and funky, ethereal production, has become an important touchstone in the ethno-techno movement that includes Transglobal Underground and Loop Guru. --James Rotondi

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This album is a sure thing. On one hand it has been used for advertising, soundtracks and has the popular appeal of Massive Attack, but on the other, it is truly soulful and moving. If you thought Ella Fitzgerald could scat wait until you stick this in your stereo. Nusrat has an incredible range and ability. Let him share it with you!
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This CD presents the magnificent voice of the late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and some of his regular musical family playing with Western musicians, and treated to the "enhancements" of studio technicians and DJs. For those unfamiliar with him this may well be a knock-your-socks-off experience. However, for those who have been followers of Nusrat's career this is watered down stuff indeed. It is ironic that after the usual diddling/remixing which seems a necessary part of pop music recording today that the result should be such a limp product compared to his "old fashion" performances. Clearly producer Michael Brook simply wasnt up to dealing with the incandescent power of the real Nusrat. If you think this slick production is great stuff - listen to his untampered with qawwali recordings and have your heart medication handy, 'cause you ain't heard nothin yet!
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By March 1999, it was my eight CD purchase from NFAK's music. Tracks nos 4, 7 & 9 from this album were on the whole average tracks. The track that surprised me the most - was "Jesse's theme" on hearing it again in 2004 on my radio show, I loved it. The tracks 1, 2,3,5,6,8,10 & 11 are the main highlights within this Album.

The Musst Musst (Lost in His Work) Album was an a experiment by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (NFAK) & Michael Brook which was recorded in 1989-90 and was a departure from more traditional Qawwali to a more western sound. It was also the historical and ground-breaking period of the previous decade when fusion was not just between black and white music, but between rock and pop and adults and kids - reigned supreme.

Peter Gabriel pioneer of 'globally attuned pop intellectualism' and his music also contained elements of everything from synth-pop to African Tribal rhythm and later to include religious/devotional sounds through to NFAK. The 1985 Womad Festival made him (Nusrat) a global star. Within five years, the ground-breaking track Musst Musst (Massive Attack remix) title track & Album was released and aimed at the western music market. To the purists it has been diluted down.

In western music, there is a narrow range of styles: Jungle becomes Jungle, Drum'n'bass, Tech-Step, Darkcore, Intelligent d'n'b; Rock becomes Metal, Thrash, and so on. In today's mass marketing of music CDs - tends to reduce the quality and raises the average price of a CD. However, such independent outlets like the Forum in Sheffield had to sell new albums at lower prices in order to compete in the market.
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If your new to the delights of Nusrat, and have yet to make a purchase of one of his studio albums, most people (will quite rightly) point you in the direction of this studio album. As to whether it's the best thing he's put his name to, isn't entirely clear, but what is beyond doubt, is that this is the perfect starting point for anyone deciding to enter into his music. Its has the accessibility for newcomers, (along with the "Massive Attack" remix of Mustt Mustt, tagged onto the end of the album), as well as the possibility that some of his best known songs are here (increasing the possibility of you knowing a track or two), and enough distingushed performances all round, to...if not become his best album, certainly ranks alongside his best work. And for anyone else that has a Nusrat album or two and DOESN'T have this in their collection already, well.....your next purchase is right here!!!! Tere Bina (Without You) in itself is worth 4 stars !!!
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I remember hearing NFAK's Mustt Mustt on a listening post in the Virgin Megastore when it was first released, I was curious as my knowledge of Indian sub continent music came from the all night prom in 1982 (or '83) and some of the (absolutely brilliant) Nimbus Indian recordings- but these were 'classical'. Mustt Musst is not, it's produced like a Peter Gabriel album! When I got to hear the whole disc on my own hi fi I was really taken with it- though the Massive Attack remix sounded a little overdone. My review title is simply to highlight that my disk has the same title and same sleeve artwork, but a different track listing:

1 Mustt Mustt
2 Nothing without you (Tery Bina)
3 Tracery
4 The Game
5 Taa Deem
6 Sea of Vapours
7 Fault Lines
8 Tana dery na
9 Shadow
10 Avenue
11 Mustt Mustt, Massive Attack remix

I probably ought to have given this disc five stars, but of the Khan/Brook CDs I own Night Song is my favourite- there are other similarly packaged NFAK CDs available, but Michael Brook makes a difference- probably completely inauthentic, but the results are worthwhile (especially if you have a system with strong bass!)
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