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Wild Serenade

DuOud

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Duoud, the pairing of oud players Mehdi Haddab and Smadj, does indeed prove to be a wild serenade. Playing in unison or off each other, they complement each other well -- but the real wildness comes with the arrangements. In addition to Smadj's computerized loops and atmospheres, there's electric cello, electric guitar, violin, drums, and percussion -- all splendidly played and not afraid of getting frenetic when asked. Although its starts out very rootsy with the demanding "Yarimo," it's not long before the band is heading for the outer limits with "Racailles," where the cello provides interesting counterpoint and texture over a complex rhythm, with some virtuosic oud work followed by Pierre Fruchard's screaming guitar. And anyone who decides to cover Giorgio Moroder's "Chase" possesses great imagination (equally intriguing is the remix of the track "Midnight for Dancing With Friends in Your Living Room"). And if you think you've heard the violin played before, check out "For Nedim." This is a disc that pulls no punches and is all the better for it, where the acoustic integrity of the oud mixes perfectly with the electric intensity of the other instruments. It may not be the Middle East of tomorrow, but it's the world fusion of today. ~ Chris Nickson

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1
Yarimo 00:02:24

DuOud, Performer - Altoonian, Composer

2002 Label Bleu

2
Racailles 00:03:33

DuOud, Performer - Mehdi Haddab, Composer

2002 Label Bleu

3
Zanzibar 00:05:57

DuOud, Performer - Smadj, Composer

2002 Label Bleu

4
Interluth 00:01:42

DuOud, Performer - Mehdi Haddab, Composer - Smadj, Composer

2002 Label Bleu

5
Chase (From "Midnight Express") 00:04:43

DuOud, Performer - Giorgio Moroder, Composer

2002 Label Bleu

6
"Ne yalan soyleyeyim" 00:02:33

DuOud, Performer - Traditional, Composer

2002 Label Bleu

7
For Nedim 00:05:17

DuOud, Performer - Samdj, Composer

2002 Label Bleu

8
Racine d'Ennéade 00:03:35

DuOud, Performer - Mehdi Haddab, Composer

2002 Label Bleu

9
Berlin Paris 00:05:06

DuOud, Performer - Mehdi Haddab, Composer - Smadj, Composer

2002 Label Bleu

10
Le retour d'Ulysse 00:07:34

DuOud, Performer - Sheikh El-Hasnaoui, Composer

2002 Label Bleu

11
Midnight for Dancing with Friends in Your Living Room (Chase Remix) 00:04:59

DuOud, Performer - Giorgio Moroder, Composer

2002 Label Bleu

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Duoud, the pairing of oud players Mehdi Haddab and Smadj, does indeed prove to be a wild serenade. Playing in unison or off each other, they complement each other well -- but the real wildness comes with the arrangements. In addition to Smadj's computerized loops and atmospheres, there's electric cello, electric guitar, violin, drums, and percussion -- all splendidly played and not afraid of getting frenetic when asked. Although its starts out very rootsy with the demanding "Yarimo," it's not long before the band is heading for the outer limits with "Racailles," where the cello provides interesting counterpoint and texture over a complex rhythm, with some virtuosic oud work followed by Pierre Fruchard's screaming guitar. And anyone who decides to cover Giorgio Moroder's "Chase" possesses great imagination (equally intriguing is the remix of the track "Midnight for Dancing With Friends in Your Living Room"). And if you think you've heard the violin played before, check out "For Nedim." This is a disc that pulls no punches and is all the better for it, where the acoustic integrity of the oud mixes perfectly with the electric intensity of the other instruments. It may not be the Middle East of tomorrow, but it's the world fusion of today. ~ Chris Nickson

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