|6||Times Mkdam Sharki||10:36|
|13147-2||Various||The Music Of Islām - Volume Seven: Al-Andalūs Andalusian Music - Tetouan, Morocco (CD, Album)||Celestial Harmonies||13147-2||US||1998|
- Co-producer – Habri Ahmed
- Executive Producer – Eckart Rahn
- Goblet Drum [Clay Darbūka] – Abdelilah Azlas
- Kemenche [Kamanjā] – El Kacimi Mohamed
- Leader – El Kacimi Mohamed
- Liner Notes – Amnon Shiloah, Francis Robinson, Suzan Al-Mutawa, Timothy D. Fuson
- Mastered By [Digital] – Don Bartley
- Ney [Nāy] – Abedlkarim Doukhou
- Oud ['Ūd] – Ahmed El Kamas
- Photography By – Kay Parsons
- Producer, Recorded By – David Parsons, Kay Parsons
- Tambourine [Ṭār] – Mohamed El Rhouni
- Transcription By [Annotation] – Timothy D. Fuson
Total Time: 76:04
Recorded at the Palace Bouhlal (Tetouan, Morocco).
Digitally mastered at Studios 301 (Sydney, Australia).
Manufactured and printed on recycled paper in Germany.
- Barcode: 0 1371 13147 2 4
- Label Code: LC 7869
- Recorded At – Palace Bouhlal, The
- Mastered At – 301 Studios, Sydney
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