cheb djallel - le prince de la chanson maghrébine

16.00 €


New or Used : original used

Media : Tape

Grading cover / record : EX / VG++ (?)

Label : Edition Dixishop

Year : Late 80s / early 90s

Pressing : GA.65

Country : France

Details / Info

Cheb Djallel was reknown through all the Maghreb and beyond - partly because his musical style was hybrid. Originating from Tlemcen, in the Eastern part of Algeria (near the border with morocco), he was a talented oud player. His music was influenced by moroccan chaâbi as much as raï music, saf, reggae, and many more. He was an early collaborator of Rachid & Fethi - whom, as many other, made the fame of many Algerian singers during the 80s & 90s.
Here's a great tape issued on the Marseille imprint Edition Dixishop - a city where he was living, and where he died of a car accident in 2002.
Inclues a killer reggae instrumental!
Super clean item.

A1 Arousaïna Zina
A2 Lilet La Khmisse
A3 Dini Maak
B1 Ana Djay
B2 Instrumental
B3 Ah Ya Yama