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Old 06-30-2017, 03:45 PM   #61 (permalink)
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You should check out a hebrew song called "Eliyahu HaNavi" sung by the Moshav Band.
^ I took your advice, Oneg Shemesh, and wasn't disappointed:-



Welcome to MB, and thanks for the recommendation.

Here're a couple of instrumental tracks by another Israeli artist. The first track has a nice piano interlude, and in the other Yossi Sassi injects Middle-Eastern music with a huge dose of rock. Enjoy!

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Lately I've been wanting to find more Iranian folk music and middle eastern post-punk, but have not found too much yet. I like all the songs you posted though, Lisna.





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Old 06-30-2017, 05:06 PM   #63 (permalink)
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Well, someone on here posted some soothing Persian classical music, Chiomara. I'll let you know if I find that again, or some folk from Iran. As for "middle-eastern post-punk", I'd have to find out what post-punk is first!

I like all your clips, but thought that this one was outstanding. Thanks!
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The video is really good too - I imagine it's from a movie isn't it?
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Lately I've been wanting to find more Iranian folk music and middle eastern post-punk, but have not found too much yet.
Have you heard Odyshape by The Raincoats? While The Raincoats themselves were british, that album kinda has a middle eastern vibe.
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Well, someone on here posted some soothing Persian classical music, Chiomara. I'll let you know if I find that again, or some folk from Iran. As for "middle-eastern post-punk", I'd have to find out what post-punk is first!

I like all your clips, but thought that this one was outstanding. Thanks!


The video is really good too - I imagine it's from a movie isn't it?
Oh, yes I'm assuming it is from a movie though I'm not 100% sure.

Regarding post-punk, this thread seems like it would be a good place to start! http://www.musicbanter.com/punk/6429...punk-week.html

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Have you heard Odyshape by The Raincoats? While The Raincoats themselves were british, that album kinda has a middle eastern vibe.
Not in recent years I haven't, no, but maybe I'll have to listen again. Usually I just put on Dead Can Dance when I'm wanting that particular pseudo middle eastern vibe.
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