Monday, February 9, 2009

Aziz Abdo - Inti Tsharrafi

After an artful entry into the music business in 2004, singer/model Aziz Abdo's sophomore album is finally in stores now. Aziz returns maturer with Inti Tsharrafi, a great mix of Lebanese, Egyptian, and Khaliji pop. The majority of the album is composed by Haitham Zayyad and arranged by Tony Saba, whose songs usually have an oriental feel. The title song, which is composed by Hisham Boulos, is an electronic pop song typical of Hadi Sharara. Hayda Yawmi is also composed by Hisham, but arranged by Dani Helou, while Howa Inti Leih is composed by Zaher El Baba and arranged by Ghassan Shu'aib. Light and fun, Inti Tsharrafi is what you'd expect from Aziz.

1. Inti Tsharrafi
2. Esta'gelti
3. Byekfi Skout
4. Ana Moghram
5. Hayda Yawmi
6. Ayami
7. Teb'od Anni
8. Howa Inti Leih
9. Teghzel Oyouni

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Anonymous said...

I added it to to be able to stream it at work.


chsf said...

Oh noes, it's the return of the Swedish bimbo! LOLZ

Tabbouche said...

Haha, I know! But bimbos are fun :D. Where would we be without Rubys and Aziz Abdos every now and then :P?

Salem said...

I just came across your blog. I think it si definitely a good idea. I hope to be around often. Now, I don't have much to say about Aziz Abdo (lmao). I like music and women. I definitely don't like Aziz Abdo. He is neither.