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Recorded live on April 25th, 2014 by Tyler Wood in M'hamid El Ghizlane, Morocco.
Mixed and mastered by Tyler Wood at Sauce Farm Studio, Catskill, NY
With deep gratitude for our generous hosts M'hammed El Yadini, Kawtar Houari, Hassan Ait Ifraden, and Houssein.
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We've meticulously prepared a collection of remix-friendly audio (loops and one-shots) from the above album and are making them available as free downloads with a Creative Commons BY NC SA license, which allows you to remix and share them solely for non-commercial purposes, as long as you always give credit and provide a link to this very same license.
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These remix-friendly audio files were lovingly prepared by Hatim Belyamani and Tyler Wood.
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We've meticulously prepared a collection of remix-friendly video from the above album and are making them available as free downloads with a Creative Commons BY NC SA license, which allows you to remix and share them solely for non-commercial purposes, as long as you always give credit and provide a link to this very same license.
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About The Artist
Mourad Belouadi is a brilliant multi-instrumentalist, photographer, and beautiful soul, currently based in Sale, Morocco, where he was born and raised. He told us how his father - a Gnawa musician at the time - had traveled from the southeastern Moroccan desert town of Tinzoulin to Sale, in search of urban prosperity. His guembri (traditional bass instrument) kept him company along the journey, but upon arriving in Sale, he immediately gave it away and never looked back. Mourad felt the call from an early age to carry the torch his father had left behind. He studied and traveled with Gnawa masters and eventually embarked on a solo path - one which remains steeped in the Gnawa tradition, but also embraces an ever-growing world of new musical influences. He is constantly picking up and mastering new instruments, at times even building them himself. We called him "Magic Fingers" because of his incredible ability to turn any object he laid his hands on into amazing music. Even more remarkable is his photography work, considering his visual impairment. Mourad was born without the gift of sight, perhaps a blessing in disguise which allowed him to develop a musical ear to a remarkable degree. But at the age of 11, after a few unsuccessful attempts, he finally underwent an operation which allowed him to see the world for the first time. And while he remains significantly visually impaired, he has developed a photographic eye more striking than most photographers.