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Customer Reviews

FANTASTIC SONGS, GREAT VOCALS AND BLISTERING GUITAR!

This CD is a diamond in the rough! It didn't leave my CD player for a month when I first got it. Now I can have it all on my ipod!

Fantastic Album

From beginning to end, this CD is awesome. Every song has a different character, and are all for the most part, pretty mellow. Each song is a joy to listen to on its own, as is the album in full. The guitar playing is awesome, especially if you like a bluesy twangy sound. Vocals are rich, smoky, soulful, and expressive. Great music, great album, simply fantastic. After listening to this album, I'm definitely looking forward to hearing more music from Laith Al-Saadi. If you enjoy the blues, or just appreciate good music, you will most certainly not be disappointed.

Soul plus guitar - Excellent

Not only is Laith a unbelievable guitar player, he's a great vocalist also. Album is great. I like Turn it Around, Misbehave and Breathe best. Great soul/r and b with amzaing guitar that fits the songs perfectly.

Biography

Born: October 5, 1977 in Ann Arbor, MI

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A soulful vocalist and powerful guitarist with a taste for blues, vintage R&B, jazz, and classic rock, Laith Al-Saadi was born in 1977 and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Al-Saadi displayed his talents at a young age, learning to sing with the Boys' Choir of Ann Arbor when he was four, and taking up the guitar at age 13. While Al-Saadi's father only listened to Arabic classical music, his mother had much broader tastes, and after his folks split up, he began exploring the popular music of the '60s...
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Long Time Coming, Laith Al-Saadi
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Blues
  • Released: Mar 09, 2006

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