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Mass MediationsNew Approaches to Popular Culture in the Middle East and Beyond$

Walter Armbrust

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Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Jajouka. 1995. Produced by Brian Jones. Executive Producers: Philip Glass, Kurt Munkasci, and Rory Johnston. Notes by Bachir al-Attar, Paul Bowles, William Burroughs, Stephen Davis, Brian Jones, Brion Gysin, and David Silver. Point Music (Philips Classics/PolyGram) 446 487–2. [Reissue of 1971 Brian Jones recording. Deluxe edition (Point Music 446 825–2 and 446826–2) includes additional graphics, more extensive notes by David Silver and William S. Burroughs, and a second CD, produced by Cliff Mark, with two “full-length remixes.”]

Danna International. 1993. Sa'ida Sultan (Danna International). Produced by IMP Dance, Tel Aviv.

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Egypt: Les Musiciens du Nil. 1987. Ocora (Radio France) C559006.

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Jajouka between the Mountains. 1995. The Master Musicians of Jajouka featuring Bashir al-Attar. Produced by Eric Sanzen, Cherie Nutting, and Steve Carnaby. Real World Records/WOMAD Select WSCD001.

Joujouka Black Eyes. 1995. The Master Musicians of Joujouka. Produced by Frank Rynne. Notes by Joe Ambrose and Frank Rynne. Sub Rosa/le coeur du monde SR87.

Maganona. 1996. Sa'ida Sultan (Danna International). Produced by Helicon/Big Foot Records, Tel Aviv.

The Master Musicians of Jajouka. 1974. Produced by Joel Rubiner. Notes by Robert Palmer. Adelphi Records. [Recorded in 1972.1211 33 1/3 rpm disc. Reissued on compact disc in 1995. Genes GCD 3000.]

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Steel Wheels. 1989. Rolling Stones. Produced by Chris Kimsey and the Glimmer Twins. Promotone/Rolling Stones Records 45333. [Band 10, “Continental Drift,” includes “Moroccan Instruments by The Master Musicians of Jajouka with Bashir al-Attar.”]

SUFI: Moroccan Trance Music II. 1996. The Gnoua Brotherhood of Marrakech/ The Master Musicians of Joujouka. Produced by Frank Rynne. Notes by Joe Ambrose, Mohamed Hamri, and Frank Rynne. Painting by Mohamed Hamri. Sub Rosa/le coeur du monde SR97.

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