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    Disc: 1
    1. Sarband & Fadia El-hage & Mode - Erbarme Dich (have Mercy)
    2. Bam Session - Missin’
    3. Zeljko Joksimovic - Lane Moje
    4. Narin Feqe - Xem Û Dem
    5. Smadj Feat. Talvin Singh & Eri - Je T’aprendrai L’amour
    6. Eda Karaytug - Tango El Amal
    7. Unkle Ho - Oum’s Funeral
    8. Fouxi Feat. Ilya - Ma Lumiére Noire
    9. Eccodek - Behind The Mask
    10. Sarazino - Nadia
    11. Malik Adouane - Ya Delalli Ya Delalli
    12. Rachid Taha - Mabrouk Aalik
    13. Samia Farah - Si Tas La Parole
    14. Ian Simmonds - Sands Of Tunis
    15. Nova Emad - Moments In Time
    Disc: 2
    1. Melissa Feat. Dr. Alban - Habibi
    2. Atiye - Muamma
    3. Shamur - Rock Your Body
    4. Shani - Dokhtar Pesarah
    5. Elena Risteska - Ninanajna
    6. Manel Feat. Don Cali & Lafroti - Leche Leche (anna Anna)
    7. Armen Balyan - New Style New Sound
    8. Melina Aslanidou - Poso Poso
    9. Teodora - Moi Kusmet
    10. Cüneyt Çakim - Ne Gezer Bende Kart Finans
    11. The Spy From Cairo Feat. Ghali - Ana Arabi
    12. Speed Caravan - Qat Market
    13. Brooklyn Funk Essentials - Dibby Dibby Sound
    14. Shantel Feat. Jannis Karis - Fige Ki Ase Me
    15. Latin Turca - Oye Como Va
    16. Behrang Miri - Kol El-atfal
    17. Kasba - Halima (streamer Pilot Remix)
    18. Namito - Train To Tehran

    Oriental Garden, the essential compilation album series of true World parties and top-notch music fans, presents a musical mélange of catchy, powerful and intoxicating cultural crossover albums that offer a soundtrack for a genuine oriental-around-the-world experience since the beginning of 2000s. The new born double CD compilation album Oriental Garden Vol.7, just like the previous six, carries DJ Gülbahar Kültür's mark, rightfully famed as the DJ of Global Beats for inventively and seamlessly shifting between genres and cultural traditions.

    Tarab is what the first CD is called, revealing its oriental-ethereal character: it is the Arabic word for "being drunk by music”. The opening song on Tarab is surely a big surprise; an oriental saturated version of Johann Sebastian Bach's delightful "Erbarme Dich Mein Gott” performed by twice Grammy nominated collective Sarband, Fadia El-Hage, Modern String Quartett and Vladimir Ivanoff. In the album, Serbia and Montenegro's 2004 Eurovision Song contestant Željko Joksimovic performs the same song he presented to become the second in the Contest: "Lane moje”; and Rachid Taha, the darling inventor of Rock n' Raï attitude, once again sings an absolutely enticing song "Mabrouk Aalik”. So does Samia Farah, the French-Tunisian singer, song-writer, producer and designer in "Si t'as la parole”. Smadj, Talvin Singh and Erik Truffaz come together in a beautiful, dreamy love song: "Je t'aprendrai l'amour”. Featured in Tarab CD of Oriental Garden Vol.7, Bam Session, Narin Feqe, Eda Karaytug, Unkle Ho, Fouxi, Eccodek, Sarazino, Malik Adouane, Ian Simmonds and Nova Emad picture an exhilarating dance session of the tunes that come from the seven seas, revealing the power of melodies beneath cultures and languages.

    The second CD is called Markas; the word that refers to "disco” in Arabic. It is a reflection of the Occident-Orient synthesis on the dancefloor, full of non-stop dance tracks to make you show off what you've got. Taking start with Melissa and Dr. Alban's awesome title "Habibi” (Lover), the album delves into the blazing world of oriental spiced international dance groove. Atiye, the Best Turkish Act nominee of 2009 Europe Music Awards excels in "Muamma”, where Shamur's "Rock your Body” extends to a delightful Euro-Punjabi interpretation and Shani shakes the world wicked in "Dokhtar Pesarah”. Brooklyn Funk Essentials rolls over Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's “Turkish March” in Dibby Dibby Sound and Shantel, the master of electronically-tweaked Balkan gypsy music outshines with "Fige Ki Ase Me” featuring Greek singer and composer Jannis Karis. "Oye Como Va”, Tito Puente's Carlos Santana popularized song is reborn in oriental dressing in the Markas setting of Oriental Garden Vol.7 with Latin Turca. The much loved oriental track "Sidi Mansour Ya Baba” comes in the form of a high-spirited Oriental Hip Hop with Behrang Miri's cover; and "Train to Teheran” by Namito, travels through the very rave you definitely wouldn't want to miss. Elena Risteska, Manel, Don Cali and Lafrotino, Armen Balyan, Melina Aslanidou, Teodora, Cüneyt Çakim, The Spy from Cairo, Speed Caravan and Kasba each has a part in the powerful secret of the album.

    Most of all, the album features the power derived from cultural interaction to resonate deep in everyone. Oriental Garden Vol.7; it is sheer pleasure.

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