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    Default Khaleegi music

    I would like to know some names of songs (modern ones) that have the khaleegi rhythm. I'm trying to learn to hear it, and I think I've got to the point where I can hear the rhythm, but find it really difficult to know who to look for and what the 'big' songs are. Any clues? not just the name of artists, but some good examples of this style (danceable of course!).

    And yes, I've got Amera's new DVD and it has me inspired (even if I wasn't already!)

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    Hi, I like this one.
    Hussein el Jasmy- Al Shaky


    some names I found when googleing:Kazem al Saher, Rashid Al Majed, the kuwaiti group miami.
    If you find someones you really like will you post them here? I love getting music tips

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    Three from Amera's DVD - but I couldn't get the tracks from emusic (sigh)
    Moushtagaliek - Raed Adel
    Mahkalni - Raed Adel
    Raheeb - Abdul Majeed Abdullah

    The last guy has heaps of albums on emusic, but I haven't spent time listening to them all to find out which ones are Khaleeji or not

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    Quote Originally Posted by adiemus View Post
    I would like to know some names of songs (modern ones) that have the khaleegi rhythm. I'm trying to learn to hear it, and I think I've got to the point where I can hear the rhythm, but find it really difficult to know who to look for and what the 'big' songs are. Any clues? not just the name of artists, but some good examples of this style (danceable of course!).

    And yes, I've got Amera's new DVD and it has me inspired (even if I wasn't already!)
    Here are some songs with various artists:

    Abd Allah Abd El Magid - Masmouh
    Adel el Khumais - Akher el akhbar
    Diana Haddad - Asi
    Ezam Aref - Ad Douha
    Hussein el Jassmy - Resala
    Hussein el Jassmy - En Hawetona
    Nawal - Dahkeel el Hob
    Rashid el Magid - Mashkalni
    Rashid el Magid - Men Yegoul
    Rashid el Magid - Ya habibi
    Rabeh Sager - Wesh Rayek
    Ragheb A'alama - Wadana, wadana
    Souhail Kaspar & Naser Musa - Abki 'Ala Ma Jara Li
    Souhail Kaspar & Naser Musa - Qul 'Ani Ma Tiqul

    Most of these songs are danceable, but tempo and style is varying.

    Oh.. and btw, Mazika.com has a lot of khaleegy music as well..
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    Fabulous fabulous ladies!! Thank you so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daimona View Post
    Oh.. and btw, Mazika.com has a lot of khaleegy music as well..
    Does Mazika have an English page?


    forget that! I found it!!

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    Suggestion: almost anything by Saudi singer Mohamed Abdo. He has a new CD out titled "Wahdak" with some very danceable songs on it.

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    Thanks for that Aziza, I can get his through eMusic. Fabulous!

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    In my newest cd is one famous khalegy especially arranged for dancing. Almost all khalegy music is for singers and for listening. In my version of Naweelak there is rythm changes accsents and other great stuff for dancing.

    You can find more info in my website:
    Outi of Cairo under cd/dvd

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