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Ali Khattab

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Origin  Cairo, Egypt
Role  Composer
Name  Ali Khattab

Labels  Nuevos Medios
Instruments  Strings instruments
Record label  Nuevos Medios
Ali Khattab httpswwwwomexcomvirtualimageartistalikha
Born  July 14, 1977 (age 38) (1977-07-14)
Genres  Acustica / Flamenco / Fusion
Occupation(s)  Musician / Guitar Player / Composer
Albums  Sin Pais, Al Zarqa, Al-Zarqa
Awards  Independent Music Award for Best Song - World Traditional
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Ali Khattab (born July 4, 1977) is an Egyptian composer and guitarist. In his works, he combines the elements of two musical worlds and traditions: The Arab-Oriental and the Gypsy-Andalusian, flamenco. From the age of seventeen, the time when he first starts performing on stage, everything he does is meant to lead him to two places: the cradle of flamenco, Jerez de la Frontera. From then on, Ali spends a lot of time in Andalucia, meeting and performing with influential flamenco musicians, singers, guitarists, and dancers who introduce him to the true universe of flamenco. Following a tour in Spain and the middle east, Ali Khattab's first album named "Al Zarqa", (Blue eyed brunette) was released in March 2010 in Madrid, Spain. In a recent radio interview the artist explained that his music as the name of his album is like a blue eyed brunette a mix of two worlds in perfect harmony.


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  • 2010 Al-Zarqa
  • Track listing

    1. Tangos Del Nilo
    2. Al Zarqa
    3. Sueño Claro en Jerez
    4. Sueño Claro
    5. Olé Umm Kulthum
    6. Adiós
    7. Al Andalus
    8. Notas Mediterráneas
  • 2014 Sin Pais
  • Track listing

    1. Derviche
    2. Alejandra
    3. Sin País
    4. Maestro
    5. Al Osba
    6. Layla
    7. El Secreto
    8. Mawlana


    Independent Music Awards 2012: "A..dios" - Best World Traditional Song


    Ali Khattab Wikipedia

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