Nash Didan - Idaylu (1998)

Nash Didan - Idaylu (1998)
MP3 @ 320 kbps CBR | 44100Hz | Joint Stereo | Total Time: 64 min | 148 Mb
Genre: Electronic, Ethnic, Downtempo, Ambient | Label: Phonokol

"Nash' Didan is an ancient Jewish tribe that arrived thousands of years ago to settle on the border of Azarbeijan, Persia, Turkey & Russia"

"If Jesus returned to the Holy Land," wrote journalist Julian Borger in The Guardian in 1998, "probably one of the few places he would be understood in his mother tongue would be a basement beside the central bus station in Tel Aviv."
That basement houses the recording studio of music arranger A.B. Kazes, and often hosts successful musicians and singers. It was here that the Nash Didan band was born.
"It all began thanks to my mother," says Arik Mordechai, 57, a soloist and the founder of the band, which has produced eight albums, all of them sung entirely in Aramaic.

"She came to me and asked why I didn't do something for 'our people' [nash didan in Aramaic]." A few weeks later the band recorded its first song, "Nash Didan Idaylu" (Our People Have Arrived). A first album, bearing the same name, was released shortly thereafter, and Mordechai claims that it sold 50,000 copies.

Review By Aviad Segal 'Haaretz' Magazine,

Track Listing

1. Nash Didan Idaylu
2. The Wind And The Bridge
3. A Story Of A Stranger
4. Heaven Center
5. Visionary Dream
6. Peschanulo
7. Siren Weep
8. Stillness
9. Take Me Away
10. The Magical Desert
11. Gerjenie



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