Anouar Brahem Trio Astrakan Cafe

Anouar Brahem Trio - Astrakan Cafe (2000)  Music

Posted by pgf000 at Jan. 24, 2011
Anouar Brahem Trio - Astrakan Cafe (2000)

Anouar Brahem Trio - Astrakan Cafe (2000)
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World/Jazz | 77:30

The Tunisian oud genius has done it again. Anouar Brahem has issued only five records under his own name over the past decade, each more adventurous than the last, without compromising his original vision: for the music of his region to meet with the other music of Africa and Asia and create a delirious sound that is equal thirds past, present, and future, along the precipice of historical lineage.Astrakan Café, the follow-up to his brilliant Thimar, is a smaller-sounding recording that reaches farther into the deep crags of the Balkans. Despite the journeying these musicians do here, they never stray far from the takht, a small ensemble capable of improvising to the point of drunken ecstasy. Listening through Astrakan Café, you can hear the gypsy flamenco tied deeply to Indian ragas and even a kind of Eastern jazz.

ANOUAR BRAHEM TRIO "ASTRAKAN CAFE" 2001  Music

Posted by nexikan at June 29, 2005
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ANOUAR BRAHEM TRIO "ASTRAKAN CAFE" 2001




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Anouar Brahem Discography  Music

Posted by XLanig at Aug. 26, 2007
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Anouar Brahem Discography - 6 opus
MP3 | 192-320 Kbps | rs.com
Jazz tunisien

Anouar Brahem est à la musique ce que la mousse est aux arbres : douceur témoignage et fraîcheur. Il évolue dans sa belle légèreté dans deux mondes qu’il aura fait communiquer par des écluses de rosée : la musique traditionnelle tunisienne plus vaste que les déserts, et la musique de jazz plus immense que l’horizon. La même ferveur relie langoureusement ces univers musicaux entre mélopées et bruissements d’ailes. Que ce soit avec son trio tunisien (clarinette et percussion) ou avec ses amis des notes bleues (Jan Garbarek, Richard Galliano, John Surman, Dave Holland, Jean-Louis Matinier, …), la même fascination monte comme tendre fumée de ses mélodies.

Anouar Brahem 7 Albums {RS.com}  Music

Posted by Alagnaby at June 7, 2007
Anouar Brahem 7 Albums {RS.com}

Anouar Brahem 7 Albums {RS.com}
MP3 VBR (V0) HQ | 7 Cds | RS.com | ECM, Jazz, Ethnic

Oud player Brahem has established his own little niche with the instrument; his music, strongly Arab-inflected, has the spare, chamber feel that makes it a perfect fit in the ECM catalog. He's a contemplative player, and this melding with piano and accordion suits his style perfectly, as notes and ideas draw out marvelously. The interplay between musicians is as delicate as lace – thoughtful, with everyone listening as much as playing. It's a record with many moments of great beauty, like the exquisite piano on \"C'est Ailleurs\" or the filigree touches between accordion and piano that decorate and nudge along many of the tracks. Brahem is a superb, if reserved, musician, as are his colleagues: Francois Couturier on piano and Jean-Louis Matinier on accordion. Together they trace something exquisite, an experience for the eras and the heart.
Anouar Brahem - Astrakan cafe (2000) [Official Digital Download]

Anouar Brahem - Astrakan Café (2000)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44,1 kHz | Time - 77:40 minutes | 714 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Innovative Tunisian oud virtuoso Anouar Brahem presents this highly-acclaimed album of typically Middle Eastern music, recorded in 1999 with a trio that had been his first priority for several years. The improvisational exchanges between Brahem, clarinettist Barbaros Erköse and percussionist Lassad Hosni are exceptionally fluid and the atmospheres they create here are by turns mysterious, hypnotic and dramatic.
Anouar Brahem - The Astounding Eyes Of Rita (2009, ECM # ECM 2075) [RE-UP]

Anouar Brahem - The Astounding Eyes Of Rita
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Label/Cat#: ECM # 2075 | Country/Year: Germany 2009
Genre: Jazz, Folk, New Age | Style: Middle Eastern Folk, Ethnic Fusion, Jazz

From the very first cut here, "The Lover of Beirut", Brahem's fascinating blend of traditional Eastern-flavored tonalities and his very jazz-like sense of free rhythms mix, in an astonishingly instinctual and intimate way, with Gesing's moody clarinet, their melodic lines at times doubling before breaking free to bend and swerve off into a melodic maze before slowly returning to their intricate Byzantine dance.
Anouar Brahem - Le voyage de sahar (2006) [Official Digital Download]

Anouar Brahem - Le voyage de sahar (2006)
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This 2006 release of original material from innovative Tunisian oud player Anouar Brahem and his trio members François Couturier on piano and accordionist Jean Louis Matinier has received lavish praise from critics around the world. Brahem, thoroughly steeped in the secrets and subtleties of Arab classical music, has absorbed this information and gone out to meet the world as a sophisticated modern musician with profound historical knowledge.
Anouar Brahem - The Astounding Eyes Of Rita (2009/2015) [Official Digital Download]

Anouar Brahem - The Astounding Eyes Of Rita (2009/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44,1 kHz | Time - 53:29 minutes | 509 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

The Astounding Eyes of Rita is an album by oud player and composer Anouar Brahem recorded in Italy in 2008 and released on the ECM label in 2009. Writing for The Guardian reviewer John Fordham observed "In recent years, Brahem's work has been more refined and reflective than groove-inclined, but this vivacious quartet set marks a return to the chemistry of Thimar, and it's a richly varied and often thrilling piece of world-jazz".

Anouar Brahem - Khomsa (1995) {ECM 1561}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Dec. 26, 2015
Anouar Brahem - Khomsa (1995) {ECM 1561}

Anouar Brahem - Khomsa (1995) {ECM 1561}
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© 1995 ECM Records | ECM 1561 / 527 093-2
Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Avant-Garde Music / Middle Eastern Traditions / Oud

Anouar Brahem’s third leader date for ECM explores the oud player’s incidental music for Tunisian film and theatre as interpreted by a shifting nexus of musicians, new and old alike. His compositional side takes precedence this time around, for it is accordionist Richard Galliano who lights the foreground with “Comme un depart” and hardly recedes until “Des rayons et des ombres,” the latter a superbly jazzy romp with Palle Danielsson and Jon Christensen. Bassist and drummer, respectively, add buoyancy to “E la nave va” and “Aïn ghazel,” culminating in the shadow of Jean-Marc Larché’s soprano for the title track.

Anouar Brahem - Le Voyage De Sahar (2006) {ECM 1915} [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by tiburon at July 5, 2015
Anouar Brahem - Le Voyage De Sahar (2006) {ECM 1915} [Re-Up]

Anouar Brahem - Le Voyage De Sahar (2006) {ECM 1915}
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Genre: Jazz, Ethnic Fusion

Over the past 15 years, Tunisian oud master Anouar Brahem has assembled a relatively small but profound body of work. A skilled improviser who refuses to be part of the historical authenticity argument, Brahem works from the same trio setting that performed on Le Pas du Chat Noir in 2002, with pianist François Couturier and accordionist Jean-Louis Matinier. The dialogue between these players is, despite the sparseness of the music and the considerable space employed, intense. The deep listening necessary in the improvised sections allows for a natural flow of ideas to emerge from silence. The compositions themselves are skeletal, with repeating, slowly evolving vamps and lyric lines.