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Best Christmas Album!

This is my favorite Christmas album. Admittedly, I'm probably a bit biased, as Arabic music is my favorite genre. Nevertheless, I don't think it gets any better than Christmas music that hearkens back to the land where the holiday originated. Brothers of the Baladi are always excellent, and this album is no exception. I've taught several dance classes using songs from the album, and most of my students end up buying the album -- and they love it, too. I strongly recommend this as an essential in your Christmas album collection!

Good Christmas CD

I Love how Arabic music sounds. This is great for Christmas time if you like the Arabic style of music which is so COOL! But I can't see how I am supposed to buy this because all it says is partial soundtrack or something and I cant figure it out. But by the samples I can tell it is really good and I would add it to my Christmas music CD collection if it were possible. Maybe I could buy the actual CD. iTunes, please fix this. Please excuse my login name I know it is not very Christmasy but I was using it for another review...


Formed: 1975 in Yuma, AZ

Genre: World

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Fusing traditional Middle Eastern music with a rich blend of international influences and contemporary Western pop, rock, and jazz, eclectic world music ensemble Brothers of the Baladi have earned an international following for their intelligent, passionate music. Brothers of the Baladi were formed in 1975 by percussionist and vocalist Michael Beach, then working as a schoolteacher in Yuma, Arizona. Beach had struck up a friendship with Zamara, a local belly dancer, and formed the group with local...
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A Time of Peace, Brothers of the Baladi
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: World, Music, Holiday
  • Released: Jan 01, 2000

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