The name of the new album of the Morrocan band based in Hungary has religious origin and roughly translates as "providence" or "good luck". Starting with what they refer to as "Arabian music," the band then diverges down their own pathusing instruments like Brazilian birimbau, Gypsy cymbalom, Bulgarian gadulka and modern DJ tools to formulate their vision. The spiritual message of the album is in its poetry. The musicians were able to go back to their homeland to record a poem of their famous poet Ahmed Lemseyed, and were honored by the participation of the poet himself in the recording of the work.
Allah moulana (intro)
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