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Room 101 by Nuno Damião

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Album Title: ٤
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018

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About the Album

In their fourth record, Al-jiçç brings forth lost songs, shelved between 2007 and 2011, now harmonized, reorganized, recontextualized. Keeping Sephardic melodies as their main influence, ٤ has songs that are more direct and energic, drawing inspiration from Ethio-jazz to rock, from klezmer to northern Africa.

Track Listing

Room 101 Takouba Guadalajara Metaqam Oração Fiesta ٤ Pancho The Egyptian Dancer Galata

Personnel

Nuno Damião
keyboards

Additional Personnel

Nuno Damião: guitarra eléctrica, guitarra clássica e microkorg Gonçalo Lopes: saxofone tenor, clarinete soprano e clarinete baixo Ricardo A. Freitas: baixo eléctrico Jorge Lopes Trigo: bateria e percussão

Date featured

August 2, 2019

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