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Dissidenten - Life At The Pyramids Album

Dissidenten - Life At The Pyramids Album
Title:
Life At The Pyramids
Performer:
Dissidenten
Style:
Synth-pop, Neofolk
Released:
1987
Catalog:
ESC 0459
Country:
France
MP3 album size:
1500 mb
FLAC album size:
2402 mb
Genre:
Label:
L'Escargot

Tracklist


1At The Pyramids4:38
2Berlin Beduins4:20
3Do The Pharaoo6:10
4Song For Winnie Mandela2:30
5Roots Of Tanger3:20
6Sultan Swing5:56
7Mata Hari5:48
8Telephone Arab6:05
9Blue Nile2:00


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EXIL 5506Dissidenten Life At The Pyramids ‎(LP, Album)ExilEXIL 5506Germany1986
64001, SH 64001Dissidenten Life At The Pyramids ‎(CD, Album, RP)Shanachie, Shanachie64001, SH 64001USUnknown
64001Dissidenten Life At The Pyramids ‎(LP, Album)Shanachie64001US1986
5D-322Dissidenten Life At The Pyramids ‎(Cass, Album)Exil, Dro5D-322Spain1987
MASO 33037Dissidenten Life At The Pyramids ‎(LP, Album)Materiali SonoriMASO 33037Italy1986


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The third album from the German worldbeat trio Dissidenten, Life at the Pyramids stems from a period of time spent in North Africa but was recorded largely across the Straits of Gibraltar in Spain. The lyrics are performed largely in Arabic, though, as usual, there are variations. Despite the obvious emphasis on Middle Eastern and North African formats, there are strong ties to much of the Sub Saharan African styles, especially soukous which lends itself well to basic worldbeat equations quite often. Album 1985 10 Songs. Life At the Pyramids Dissidenten. The Pyramids. Life At The Pyramids. 64001, SH 64001. Life At The Pyramids CD, Album, RP. Shanachie , Shanachie. Diese Version verkaufen. Dissidenten - sultan swing 6:06. Dissidenten- Telephone Arab Shantels Total Re Call 6:37. Dissidenten Berlin Bedouins 7:00. Disssidenten - Sultan Swing 6:07. Dissidenten - Song For Winnie Mandela 2:31. Dissidenten - Telephone Arab 3:27. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Life At the Pyramids, 1985. Sultan Swing, 05:59. Blue Nile, 02:01. At the Pyramids, 04:37. Berlin Beduins, 06:26. Roots of Tanger, 03:22. Mata Hari, 03:40. Now playing . Life at the Pyramids is a world fusion music album recording by DISSIDENTEN released in 1986 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Sultan Swing 6:02 2. Mata Hari 5:50 3. Telephone Arab 6:07 4. Blue Nile 1:59 5. At the Pyramids 4:38 6. Berlin Beduins 4:23 7. Roots of Tanger 3:20 8. Do the Pharaoo 6:08 9. Song for Winnie Mandela 2:32. Total Time: 41:04. 9 tracks9. Follow Dissidenten and others on SoundCloud. Dissidenten Exil Musik. Seems a little quiet over here. Related tracks. In 1986 the Dissidenten moved to Spain, producing Life At The Pyramids and began to receive recognition in the US and UK. In 1989 they moved back to Morocco, recording Out Of This World with the Royal National Orchestra of Morocco, and other leading North African musicians including Cherif Lamrani and other members of Lem Chaheb. The album was released world wide and the band toured around the globe to promote it. Life At The Pyramids 1986 - Two versions of this album exist, The track Telephone Arab is completely redone. Out Of This World 1988. Live In New York 1991. Listen to At The Pyramids from Dissidenten's Life at the Pyramids for free, and see the artwork, lyrics. They formed in Berlin in 1980, but moved to India in 1981 to record their first album Germanistan, inspired by percussionist Trilok Gurtu and produced in collaboration witListen to At The Pyramids from Dissidenten's Life at the Pyramids for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. They formed in Berlin in 1980, but moved to India in 1981 to record their first album Germanistan, inspired by percussionist Trilok Gurtu and produced in collaboration wit read more. Dissidenten are a German rock band known for their collaborations with maghrebi and Indian musicians, and once described by Rolling Stone as 'the Godfathers of World Beat'. The gr read more. Around 1981, Embryo's Dissidenten were founded in India by Friedemann Friedo Josch b 21 July 1952, Mainz, wind instruments, keyboards and former Embryo band members Uwe Uve Müllrich b 7 December 1947, Rügen, bass, oud, guitar, vocals and Michael Wehmeyer keyboards,piano. Still in 1981, Marlon Klein b 13 December 1957, Herford, drums, perc, keyboards, vocals replaced Wehmeyer, and the band renamed themselves to Dissidenten. 198283, they founded their own record label Exil in Berlin. Concerts in Calcutta, Madrid, Casablanca and Stockholm are documented on the live album Germanistan Tour 83. Read more


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