Friday, January 31, 2020

Exotic Music for the Oud -- an LP released in the US in 1972

Another vinyl transfer I obtained through the Boston Public Library via www.archive.org. Significant work was done to improve the sound. This LP was released by Lyrichord in 1972, apparently, and reissued on compact disc in 1999 by Rounder Records, but is now out of print.






credits:
Oud, Sultania, Sarod – H. Aram Gulezyan
Drums – Juma Dreeha
Guitar – Vance H. Koenig
Oboe – Jack Doyle
Engineer – John Diana
Producer – John Israelson



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5 comments:

  1. one more gem!! i love the sound of oud!! Thanks again!!!

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