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Tootya

Label: O Plus
Released: 2007
Track listing: Systole diastole; Hanina; Radio city; Ya Nassim Alrouh; Destins et desires; The girl from gypsy moon; Elhob ?!; Cendres; Scarecrow and peacock; Ya Habibi; Long Distance Call (LDC); Only Lonely.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Toufic Farroukh: Tootya

Read "Tootya" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson

On its own terms, Lebanese saxophonist Toufic Farroukh's Tootya is largely a success. What it seeks to be is a sophisticated--and at times pretentious--mash-up of Arabic popular and light-classical music with techno beats, Western pop, and a little Latin jazz, presumably targeted at upper middle class listeners in the Middle East and their brothers and sisters ...

The American All-Stars In Paris

Label: O Plus
Released: 2006
Track listing: And The Angels Sing; All Star Boogie; Blue Monk; Worksong; You've Changed; Sweet and Lovely; Simone; Love for Sale; I got It Bad And That Ain't Good; Honeysuckle Blues.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sarah Morrow: The American All-Stars In Paris

Read "The American  All-Stars In Paris" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes

"The new album, said Sarah Morrow as she introduced “Simone at a recent concert at Iridium, “is a collection of American standards that connect with French listeners. She should know; the trombonist has been a resident of Paris for a number of years now. The album opens with a New Orleans-tinged rendition of ...


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