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Mary Sleiman
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Monday, 09 August 2004
 Marie Sleiman sometimes called Mary Sleiman or Marie Slieman is a famous Lebanese singer.came to fame in the late 80s and early 90s.
Some of her great albums which were produced in the 90s where with production company Music Master.
Mary Sleiman famous Albums include
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Mahala Rai Banda
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Monday, 09 August 2004
The story of Mahala Rai Banda begins at the end of the nineties with Aurel Ionita forming the group Rom Bengale in Bucharest. Their success had hardly begun - when this ensemble of young musicians was plagued and divided by addiction problems. Aurel then created the initial line-up of the Mahala Rai Banda - a name inspired by the Gypsy suburbs of the big Romanian cities - which released a CD on Crammed Discs in 2004.
Now the band is back with its mix of Romanian musical traditions, oriental pop, rumba Catalan, reggae and manele, the Roma pop with ambigious commercial success. Keeping the spirit of an orchestra playing exclusively live, Mahala Rai Banda, with the tremendous "Ghetto Blasters", has released a disc where the pure pleasure of playing and partying overflows. May your nights be long, very long indeed!
 
Les Boukakes Collection
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Monday, 09 August 2004
Formed 9 years ago, LES BOUKAKES is made up of 7 guys : Bachir, the voice of the band. Then come Thierry, the Corsican guitarist, Aki with the keyboards and accordion called the Kurdistan, Bubulle, bass player from the north, Imed, Tunisian derboukist, Pascal, drummer from the south and the Italian of the team, Massimo.
The Exile gave birth to the “Boukake”…
Their name itself is a reply to some of the less than friendly comments they received in their time on the streets, ”Boukake” being a phonetic mixture of two typical racist insults. But for them, that did not have anything of degrading, because the “ Boukake” was born during the long trip of exile, a rich child of the world and its prohibited loves. Without making ostensible political comments in their songs, this deliberate attitude says something for their resistance to bias and ignorance generally.
After a few years, from the street to bars, from small concerts to festivals, they finally met their audience, sharing the stages with famous bands like FEMI KUTI, MANU DIBANGO, TARAF DE HAÏDOUKS, NATACHA ATLAS, RACHID TAHA, MANU CHAO and others...
In 2001, they recorded the album Makach Mouch'kil (No Problem). That first work got a great reception from the media. The lyrics with oriental melodies harmoniously swing on musics either Rock, Groove, Electronic, Rai, or Gnawa.
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