Salah Ragab and The Cairo Jazz Band A Tribute To Sun Ra / Latino In Cairo

    Art Yard
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    • Salah Ragab and The Cairo Jazz Band – A Tribute To Sun Ra
    • Salah Ragab and The Cairo Jazz Band – Latino In Cairo
    • 1. A Tribute To Sun Ra
    • 2. Latino In Cairo

    Following their 'Salah Ragab And The Cairo Jazz Band Present Egyptian Jazz' LP, Art Yard bring us another two tracks of stunning Egyptian jazz - both previously unreleased. Recorded in Heliopolis, Cairo circa 1973, both sides of this 45 offer up a distinctly north African take on traditional jazz sounds. "A Tribute To Sun Ra" comes across like some long lost Moondog track, full of snaketime percussion and Egyptian horns. Backed with "Latin In Cairo" a curious mix energetic, calypso / Cuban melody. Limited to 500 copies. 

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    • – Egypt Strut [clip]
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      Limited Edition Heavy Weight Vinyl Pressing.45 RPM. Recorded in Heliopolis Cairo Egypt in the early 70's.  Includes the long-out-of-print "Egypt Strut", from the Sun Ra collaborator - funky egyptian jazz killer! On the flip , little known bellydance jazz number "Kahn El-Khaleely" . 


      • – Egypt Strut [clip]
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