On this outing, the artist crafts an appealing worldbeat/jazz scenario partly due to his nimble plucking and mood-evoking unison choruses with trumpeter Markus Stockhausen.
Dhafer Youssef (Arabic: ظافر يوسف; born 19 November 1967) is a composer, singer and oud player. Dhafer Youssef was born in Téboulba (a small village of coastal Tunisia); his grandfather was a muezzin. He calls the radio "the most important school" for him. He developed an interest in jazz at an early age and clandestinely listened to it during his education at a Qur'anic school. He later left Tunisia to start a jazz career and has lived in Europe since 1990, usually in Paris or Vienna.
Electric Sufi Album Cover Art. Dhafer Youssef.
Dhafer Youssef " Dance of the invisible dervishes" at Festival international de Carthage, Tunisia Dhafer Youssef Oud, Vocal Eivind Aarset, Guitar Husnu Senlendirici, Clarinet. Video by Shiraz Fradi Christian Ulbrich - sound engineer.
Dhafer Youssef - oud, vocal Wolfgang Muthspiel – guitars Markus Stockhausen – trumpet, flugelhorn Deepak Ram – bansuri Dieter Ilg – acoustic bass Doug Wimbish – electric bass, electronics Mino Cinelu – drums, percussion, sound effects Will Calhoun – drums, loops Rodericke Packe – ambient sounds. In 2001 he recorded Electric Sufi with the ex-Sugar Hill Gang and Tackhead, rhythm section of Will Calhoun and Doug Wimbish.
Request an album send to friend. Electric Sufi (2001). Dhafer Youssef - Electric Sufi.
Dhafer Youssef, Tunis, Tunisia. Dhafer Youssef, the sensational Middle Eastern Jazz Fusion artist, makes a rare North American appearance the closing night of the Healdsburg Jazz Festival. Dhafer Youssef - Diwan Of Beauty And Odd - Documentary ( with. 745. 42. Dhafer Youssef - Soupir Eternel. 122. Dhafer Youssef - Sura.
More about Divine Shadows Album:. After these unlikely encounters between Oud and electronic music (Electric Sufi), Dhafer Youssef sets himself a new challenge which consisted in introducing more string instruments to his creative universe. This surrealist equation resolved with the release of Divine Shadows in 2005. The sound is resolutely thrilling without losing its ethereal aspect. Spiritualism is asserted manifesting itself without any complex and far from stereotypes.
Dhafer YOUSSEF - Electric Sufi (2001) 0. an of Wool.
|4||Oil On Water||2:43|
|5||La Priére De L'Absent||6:43|
|6||Man Of Wool||7:03|
|7||La Nuit Sacrée||6:23|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Enja Records
- Copyright (c) – Enja Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Landy Star Music
- Licensed From – Enja Records
- Manufactured By – ООО "Ник И Компания"
- Distributed By – ООО "Ван"
- Bansuri – Deepak Ram
- Double Bass [Acoustic Bass] – Dieter Ilg
- Drums, Loops – Will Calhoun
- Drums, Percussion, Effects [Sound Effects] – Mino Cinelu
- Electric Bass, Electronics – Doug Wimbish
- Guitar – Wolfgang Muthspiel
- Sounds [Ambient] – Roderick Packe
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Markus Stockhausen
- Vocals, Oud, Sounds [Ambient], Percussion [Oud-body] – Dhafer Youssef
Notes℗© 2001 ENJA Records ℗ 2005 Landy Star Music по лицензии ENJA.
Packaged in a Jewel case with OBI strip.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4620000383321
|ENJ-9412 2||Dhafer Youssef||Electric Sufi (CD, Album)||Enja Records||ENJ-9412 2||Germany||2001|
|DY-95605||Dhafer Youssef||Electric Sufi (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Dhafer Youssef)||DY-95605||2001|