Kalsoum, Om: Laylat Hob

Kalsoum, Om SKU: 39625526
Kalsoum, Om: Laylat Hob

Kalsoum, Om: Laylat Hob

Kalsoum, Om SKU: 39625526

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Laylat Hob
Artist: Kalsoum, Om
Label: Souma Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5414165089070
Genre: International

"Laylat Hob" - Another meeting in the clouds. Mohamed Abdel Wahab wrote another big score for Om Kalsoum in 1972. In "Laylat Hob" (A Night of Love), you hear Arabic music and poetry in perfect symbiosis. The rich and lengthy instrumental intro is just a precursor of the emotion present in this song. The talent of the composer is underlined by how he utilizes the traditional style of singing poetry in a more open and creative way. Abdel Wahab's infusing of long and groovy interludes with varied tonality, rhythmical patterns, and an overall unique approach, carries Om Kalsoum's powerful voice and brings the song to an incredible climax. In this way, he gives more color and depth to the music and the skilled soloists in the orchestra are finally able to breathe. Sensual rhythms, breaks, and breathtaking solos of accordion, guitar (Omar Khorshid), violin, and organ (Hany Mehanna), have ensured this song is an all-time classic for belly dance routines. Souma Records thought it was time to re-release this monument on a high-quality vinyl format, together with a repress of "Enta Omri" (SMR 003LP), another classic song by Souma. Vintage inside out-sleeve; printed inner sleeve with liner notes.

1.1 Laylat Hob
1.2 Laylat Hob (Suite)
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