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Saturday, April 14, 2018

THE SEVENTH VEIL

 by Artie Barsamian and His Orchestra


KAPP RECORDS
KS-3044
STEREO
1959


SIDE A:



The Seventh Veil
Echoes From The Orient (Chifte Telli)
The Dance Of Van (Haleh)
My Sweetheart (Seeroor Yar)
Oriental Moods (Geozlarin)
Dance Rhythms (Yoru Yurvroom Yoru)

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SIDE B:



Procession Of The Sardar
The Candy Maker (Hulvage)
The Country Dance (Luz Bahr)
Oud Fantasy
Oriental Jump (Tamzara)
Sweet Girl (Seeroom Aghchig)

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Editor's note: while Arabic music is a bit repetitive it generally has good melodies and this record is pretty damn solid along those lines. Plus, it has a J. L. Hudson's sticker on it so it's a given that I would buy it. Hudson's was the world largest department store back in its heyday when Detroit was a world-class city. One's now defunct and the other is experiencing the zombie apocalypse that all welfare state Democrat enclaves go through because Liberalism is a mental disorder that eventually leads to genocide and decay.

2 comments:

Scott1669 said...

I'll come clean. I'm a lurker at your site. I love your posts and will admit that I pull those I like the most and clean / split / tag them for my own amusement. I don't live in my mom's basement (basement??? Texas???? There is no basement in the Alamo....) I would rip my own vinyl collection but....why....nothing rare there....I have ripped my family's reel to reel tapes but those are family and one of a kind.....Don't know how many thanks per download you get but I'll bet it isn't many as ***hats like me don't say much.

I will now say Thank You Immensely for sharing and hope you continue this most times thankless endeavor as long as it humors you (your notes are impeccable).

Scott1669

the said...

Thanks for checking in Scott. I will keep posting as many as possible though I'm not sure how realistic it is to expect one a day indefinitely. Working 10 hour shifts and traveling every other weekend is not conducive to continuing that trend without going insane and/or collapsing. The worst part is that I usually don't have time to even re-listen to most of these and familiarize myself with the music. Which is why I scoff at those who DEMAND that I separate tracks or post them at certain sites better suited to their needs. Don't feel obligated to comment but doing so often encourages the maniac in me to step up on re-upping dead links and recording.

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