We Don't Shoot
|#||Titel||Länge||Musik / Text / Publisher||Vorschau|
|1.||At The Pyramids (Live)||7:03||Cherif Lamrani, Marlon Klein, Uve Müllrich, Friedemann Josch / Cherif Lamrani, Marlon Klein, Uve Müllrich, Friedemann Josch / Exil Musikproduktion und Verlag|
|2.||El Kon (Live)||7:40||Hussein Jasser / Abdel Rahim Mansour / n/a|
|3.||El-Lela Ya Samra (Live)||8:05||Ahmed Mounib / Fouad Haddad / n/a|
|4.||Chocolata (Live)||8:12||Hussein El Bishary / Abdel Rahman al-Abnoudi / n/a|
|5.||Ali Sotak (Live)||6:30||Kamal El Tamil / Mme Kawssar Mostafa / n/a|
|6.||Masakil Shabia (Live)||6:00||Abdullatif Abdel Ghani, Pink El Saghir / Mahjoub Sharif / n/a|
|7.||Hela Govinda (Live)||7:45||Ahmed Mounib, Marlon Klein, Uve Müllrich, Roman Bunka / Abel Rahim Manosur, Marlon Klein, Uve Müllrich, Roman Bunka / Exil Musikproduktion und Verlag|
More than entertainment, Dissidenten and Mounir offer their audience not only heartfelt encouragement but a political statement as well- but that doesn’t mean anything if the music isn’t vital, intriguing, passionate and impressionistic - which this album is!
Mounir and Dissidenten are friends since decades. Almost 20 years ago, Dissidenten’s „Telephone Arab“ became one of Mounir’s great hits. Roman Bunka, the band’s guitarist and master of the Arabic oud is playing and producing with him since many years.
From Alexandria to Aswan, the voice of Mounir is as familiar to Egyptians as that of a brother or father or closest of friends. His warm, sweet contralto is an integral part of Egypt?s soundscape, blasting day and night from countless CDselling kiosks, sidewalk cafés and automobiles.
All across the Arab world in the Arabic-speaking diaspora, millions have been listening to ?the king? as he is called, for nearly thirty years. Rarely has a musical artist delved so deeply for the cultural truths behind appearances, or tapped so accurately into the popular esprit. Mounir speaks to millions.
For Dissidenten, “The World” has always been the main subject of their work. Somehow rooted in a strange corner of German „Krautock”, in more than three decades the band has overcome cultural boundaries, initiating countless projects and performing all over the world. More than twenty albums present their unique musical agenda.
This latest one- „We Don’t Shoot!“ is an homage to their friend Mohamed Mounir“
FUEGO ID: 2805 | Album | Genre: Worldmusic