Mohamed Mazouni – Edaha Edaha (Algeria, 1970s, Oasis Disques)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Edaha Edaha“, a raw psychedelic folk track recorded in the 70s by the Algerian legend Mohamed Mazouni – Enjoy !

Mohamed Mazouni – Edaha Edaha

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/XxbubMu1QwY

Have a nice wednesday !

Armand de Preseau

Groupe El Azhar – Talle Tayella (Algeria, 1970s, Oasis Disques)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Talle Tayella“, a raw Proto Raï track recorded in the 70s by the band “El Azhar” from Algeria – Enjoy !

Groupe El Azhar – Talle Tayella

You can also listen to this track on my Youtube Channel here : https://youtu.be/kSpDkHxB0Yg

Have a nice wednesday !

Armand de Preseau

Chab Khaled – Trigue Lycee (Algeria, 1976, Disques El Anwar)

Following to this former post, I wanted to share with you for today “Trigue Lycee“, the other song taken from the very first recording ever of the Algerian musician superstar Cheb (or Chab) Khaled, a raw & hypnotic Proto Raï track – Enjoy !

Chab Khaled – Trigue Lycee

You can also listen to this track on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/d7xBfOnWjv8

Have a nice day !

Armand de Preseau

Ahmed Malek – Omar Gatlato (Version Télé Ciné Club) (Algeria, 1978, Ministere de l’Information et de la Culture Algérienne)

Ahmed Malek, born in 1931 in Bordj El Kiffan (Algeria) was one of the most prolific Algerian musician and movie score composer.
He composed soundtracks for a dozen and dozen of movies (Les Vacances de l’Inspecteur Tahar, Omar Gatlato, Aziza..), National TV & Radio shows and documentaries.
He died in 2008 in Algiers.
For today, I wanted to share with you “Omar Gatlato“, one of my favourite track from him, a melancholic Bossa Nova Jazz theme composed in 1976 for the movie “Omar Gatlato“, directed by the film maker Merzak Allouache.
You’ll understand why Ahmed Malek was nicknammed “The Algerian Ennio Morricone” – Enjoy !

Ahmed Malek – Omar Gatlato (Version Télé Ciné Club)

You can also listen to this song on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/8KB1vbPsekE

Take care,

Armand de Preseau

Djelmani Mahfoud – El Wahat (Algeria, 1982, Ministère de l’Information et de la Culture)

For today, I wanted to share with you”El Wahat“, an incredible psychedelic blend of Jazz, Fusion, Gnawa, Oriental & Bossa Nova influences, taken from an ultra rare & never commercialized boxset, edited in the early 80s by the Algerian Ministry of Culture & Information, and intended to be offered to a few Diplomats in order to promote the local musical scene – Enjoy !

Djelmani Mahfoud – El Wahat

You can also listen to it on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/xKDs0E0xI-E

Best regards,

Armand de Preseau

Mohamed Mazouni – La Madrague (Algeria, 1970s, Oasis Disques)

For today, I wanted to make you rediscover “La Madrague“, a beautiful melancholic song by one of the most prolific Algerian composer and singer, Mohamed Mazouni – Enjoy !

Mohamed Mazouni – La Madrague

You can also listen to this song on my #Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/ZmSrVecxwh8

Armand

Medjahed Hamid – Lebghi (Algeria, 1970s, DDA)

Thachemlithe” is an obscure compilation of several Kabyle (Berber people from the mountains of Algeria) artists, privately pressed in Algeria in the 70s.

I decided to share with you today “Lebghi“, an outstanding track from Medjahed Hamid with beautiful guitar parts and haunting voices – Enjoy !!

Medjahed Hamid – Lebghi

You can also listen it on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/Uhhqtg2CAxY

Best regards,

Armand

Chab Khaled – Bghit Khali (Algeria, 1976, Disques El Anwar)

Trigue Lycee / Bghit Khali” is the very first recording ever of the Algerian musician superstar Cheb (or Chab) Khaled.

This single, a tiny local press, is extremely hard to find, and I decided to share with you the song Bghit Khali, a great sample of what Raï music was at its beginnings : raw, hypnotic and intense – Enjoy !

Chab Khaled – Bghit Khali

You can also listen to this track on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/eDOIQeKut6Y

Have a nice evening,

Armand