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    Disc: 1
    1. Kasbah Rockers (ft Bill Laswel - Gökyüzü
    2. Sannan - Moroccan Fantasy
    3. Belonoga - A Song In The Dark (The Path W
    4. Karim Baggili ft Samia Sabri - Kalimaat
    5. Thievery Corporation - Le Coeur ft Lou Lou Ghelichkha
    6. Marjan Farsad - Khooneye Ma
    7. Syriana - Al Araby
    8. Deloriente - Ashak Ana
    9. Dzihan & Kamien - Ay Ay Ay (Re-Mastered)
    10. Cayetano - Feel ft Valia (Original)
    11. Amira Medunjanin - Cula Jesam Da Se Dragi Zeni
    12. Georgia Dagaki - Soma Mou Gymno
    13. Cairokee - Agmal Ma Andy
    14. Tania Saleh - Those Eyes
    15. Beirutbiloma ft Ghida-B - Fly (Original Mix)
    16. Mehmet Polat Trio - Next Spring
    17. Amir Baghiri - Blurring Kasbah
    18. Gülbahar Kültür - The Cry Of Consonants

    Sunset-concept compilation album series mastered by DJ Gulbahar Kultur at Lola's World Records is out in the music markets with its third edition... A great global success with her former albums of the series, DJ Kültür after Dubai and Mykonos, this time circles Marrakech on the world map, Morocco's "Red City", for a stunning sunset salutation. Marrakech offers some of the best roof-tops and lounges in the world where everyone visiting the city ends the day with a breathtaking sunset... Mirroring the colours of the desert sky, the splendour of Atlas Mountains, the vivid aura of the historic Medina - a honeycomb of intricately connected alleyways comprising a dizzying number of stalls and shops that range from kiosks to scruffy store-fronts that morph into glittering Aladdin’s Caves once you're inside-, timeless palaces, buildings and the stunning oasis of olive and palm trees, there's nothing more magical than a sunset in Marrakech.

    At the gentle pace of a camel caravan coupled with Electronica coolness where fragments of rural and urban are mixed with an eclectic approach, the atmospheric album of Sunset in Marrakech stands out as an amazing fusion. To sample some of the artists and groups featured in the album: Kasbah Rockers, who combine Trip Hop beats, Rai’n’B, Dub and progressive Dance sounds with traditional Moroccan influences, take the start in the album with a mesmerizing, soulful piece. Hungarian duo of Sannan; Bulgarian singer Belonoga; Belgian-Jordanian-Yugoslavian musician Karim Baggili; Belgian-Moroccan singer Samia Sabri; USA based recording artist and DJ collective of Thievery Corporation; Iranian animation filmmaker, illustrator, singer and songwriter Marjan Farsad; Syriana of super musicians generating music highly evocative of their Middle Eastern roots infused with Western implications, Dzihan&Kamien, downtempo house and acid jazz duo based in Wien, Austria; Greek downtempo, dub & funk producer Cayetano; Amira Medunjanin, the great voice of Balkan-blues from Sarajevo, Bosnia; Georgia Dagaki, the warm velvety voice from Greece, who combines traditional Greek songs with modern compositions; Cairokee the rock band of protest songs from Egypt; Lebanese singer/songwriter Tania Saleh; Beirutbiloma the cutting-edge sound of Arabia, where authentic sounds meet Chill-out, Dance, R&B and Electro; Mehmet Polat Trio of Turkey - spiritual yet adventurous meeting of masters of three magical instruments: ney, kora and oud; Amir Baghiri one of the top Electro-Tribal sound designers of contemporary Electronic music community based in Germany… and the final track is the work of Gülbahar Kültür ... the name behind this very album; the diva of DJs for the last 20 years; she seals this exotic mix with a nice surprise... The result is a lush musical potpourri of styles and traditions framed within the soft soundscape of Chill-out and Lounge. It’s the musical story of a sunset where the sun glides effortlessly over the horizon of a city that cushions spectacular poetic lyricism. Sunset in Marrakech - undeniably delicious music; it is the next best thing to being there...

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