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one of the most important albums of Gnawa trance music released in the ’90s.“

a must-check-out item for lovers of organic rhythmic trance

It’s definitely one of those kind of records, deep as fuck, Sanders playing with soul…, the gnawa swirling above him in

Befreiende, seltsam beruhigende

„It is impossible to walk away from this recording without feeling emotionally moved and spiritually ZEHRA001 
Format: 2x180g vinyl + DL code in gatefold sleeve, digital
EAN: 5050580721630
Release date: October 4th 2019

Available on vinyl for the very first time: “The Trance Of Seven Colors” by master Gnawa musician MALEEM MAHMOUD GHANIA and free jazz legend PHAROAH SANDERS.

In 1994, BILL LASWELL and PHAROAH SANDERS went to Mocrocco, equipped with just some mobile recording devices, to record MALEEM MAHMOUD GHANIA and a large ensemble of musicians (to a good part family members) in a very intimate set up at a private house with the legendary free jazz musician contributing his distinctive tenor saxophone sounds that gained him highest praise as a truely spiritual soul right from the days of playing with JOHN COLTRANE and his wife ALICE.

Produced by Bill Laswell
Originally released on Axiom in 1994
Remastered for vinyl + vinyl cut by Rashad Becker at D&M, Berlin
Licenced from Bill Laswell

A1 La Allah Dayim Moulenah 11:10
A2 Bala Moussaka 3:54
B1 Hamdouchi 9:07
B2 Peace In Essaouira (For Sonny Sharrock) 7:23
C1 Boulandi Samawi 13:56
C2 Moussa Berkiyo / Koubaliy Beriah La’Foh 4:34
D1 Salat Anbi 8:17
D2 Casa Casa Atougra 5:05
D3 Mahraba 7:48