At Montreux Jazz Festival is a 1998 album by Israeli singer Ofra Haza. The recording which captures Haza and a five-piece band live at the Montreux Jazz Festival in July 1990 comprises material from her international studio albums Shaday, Yemenite Songs and Desert Wind, including hit singles like "Im Nin' Alu", "Galbi", "Shaday", "Ya Ba Ye", as well as Yemeni Jewish traditionals and the a cappella performance of "Love Song" with lyrics from The Song of Songs.
The first album on the label was the acclaimed Hail . In the early years, Burning Music operated primarily as a production company that then licensed its creative output to major record labels such as EMI. He has released 28 studio and six live albums, and is a part of 23 compilations. Live at Montreux Jazz Festival 2001. Авторы текста и музыки.
Ofra Haza @ Montreux Jazz Festival Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country Style: Synth-pop, Vocal, Disco Year: 1998 Tracklist Im Nin 'Alu 3:41 Hilwi 3:16 Eshal 4:31 Asalk 5:13 Taw Shi 4:07 Fatamorgana 4:48 Medley: (16:06) Galbi Wen Asalam Ayooma Dassa 2:58 Shaday 6:21 La Fa La 8:30 Love Song 3:39. Ya Be Ye 5:16 Kaddish 4:48. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
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Get the Ofra Haza Setlist of the concert at Casino de Montreux, Montreux, Switzerland on July 13, 1990 and other Ofra Haza Setlists for free on setlist. Festival Time! Hey, this setlist was played at a festival: Montreux Jazz Festival 1990 setlists. Ofra Haza Gig Timeline.
Ofra Haza is the eponymous 1997 album by Israeli singer Ofra Haza. The album was produced by Frank Peterson (of Enigma and Gregorian), recorded both in Hamburg as well as at legendary Abbey Road Studios in London, and includes the single release "Show Me", an updated version of "Im Nin' Alu", songs co-written by Peterson, Haza and manager Bezalel Aloni as well as a cover version of Carole King's "You've Got a. Friend" . The Montreux Jazz Festival was founded in 1967 by Claude Nobs, Géo Voumard and René Langel with considerable help from Ahmet and Nesuhi Ertegün of Atlantic Records. The festival was first held at Montreux Casino. It lasted for three days and featured almost exclusively jazz artists.
|1||Im Nin Alu||3:41|
|7||Medley: a)Galbi, b)Wen Esalam, c) Ayooma||16:06|
|10||La Fa La||8:30|
|12||Ya Ba Ye||5:16|
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