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Al Jamilat

Yasmine Hamdan

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1
Douss
Yasmine Hamdan
3:57
2
La Ba'den
Yasmine Hamdan
3:24
3
Assi
Yasmine Hamdan
3:24
4
Choubi
Yasmine Hamdan
2:49
5
Iza
Yasmine Hamdan
4:38
6
Cafe
Yasmine Hamdan
3:03
7
K2
Yasmine Hamdan
3:44
8
Al Jamilat
Yasmine Hamdan
3:48
9
Balad
Yasmine Hamdan
4:27
10
La Chay
Yasmine Hamdan
4:01
11
Ta3ala
Yasmine Hamdan
3:13
Total Playing Time    40:28
"... intriguing ... the opening track, Douss, starts off like a Massi favourite, with its blend of gently melodic acoustic guitar and languid, husky vocals. Then the electronica and other instrumentation ease in, helped by subtle production work ... there is a dreamlike quality to songs ... a Middle Eastern edge to the title track ... and the atmospheric Cafe, the best track on this adventurous set."
- The Guardian

Al Jamilat ("the beautiful ones") is the second solo release from Lebanese electronic music artist Yasmine Hamdan, a member of Beirut band Soap Kills. She describes Al Jamilat as the fruit of beautiful collaborations: she co-produced the album alongside UK producers Luke Smith and Leo Abrahams and recorded with New York musicians Steve Shelley and Shahzad Ismaily.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Ipecac Recordings Studio Masters

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