domenica 10 febbraio 2013

Jil Jilala جيل جلالة

Jil Jilala is a Moroccan musical group which rose to prominence in the 1970s among the movement created by Nass El Ghiwane and Lem Chaheb.  Jil Jilala was founded in Marrakech in 1972 by performing arts students Mohamed Derhem, Moulay Tahar Asbahani, Sakina Safadi, Mahmoud Essaadi, Hamid Zoughi and Moulay Abdelaziz Tahiri (who had just left Nass el Ghiwane). In 1974, they released their first record Lyam Tnadi on the Atlassiphone label. The songs "Leklam Lemrassaa," "Baba Maktoubi," "Ha L'ar a Bouya," "Jilala" and "Chamaa" quickly achieved the status of popular 'classics.

In 1976 they wrote "Laayoune Ayniya" about the Green March. The song was embraced as an unofficial 'national anthem' as Moroccans from all over the country marched en masse toward the disputed Western Sahara, then occupied by Spain.

In contrast to Nass El Ghiwane, who were primarily influenced by Gnawa music, Jil Jilala took their inspiration from other form of traditional Moroccan music like the Malhun, sung in a antiquated form of Moroccan Arabic, or the spiritual music of Jilala, an historical sufi brotherhood. In addition to their intellectual, socio-political and economic goals, these groups aimed for a rejuvenation of traditional Moroccan music.

Their musical activities in the 1980s were shaped by the gnaoui mu'allem Mustafa Bakbou and the formation of Tiq Maya. Some consider Bakbou (sometimes written "Baqbou") be among the most important and prolific Gnawa musicians in Africa.  The group's line-up changes regularly. Both Sakina Safadi and Mustafa Bakbou left for short periods and then returned. Moulay Abdelaziz Tahiri left for 10 years before making his return. Shortly after Tahiri's return, Mohamed Derham, long the group's musical and professional core, dropped out; he now works in a communication agency. Mustafa Bakbou now has his own group, GnAwA; in keeping with the construction of music-making as a hereditary occupation, members of his family perform in the line-up.

Beginning in 2006, Jil Jilala began collaborative recording and performance ventures with Uve Muellrich and Marlon Klein of Germany's Dissidenten.

Jil Jilala جيل جلالة -  Al Kouds


Jil Jilala جيل جلالة - Kouna Wa Kentou

01 Kouna Wa Kentou
02 Baba Aadi
03 Ya Man Aana
04 Ya Mali Mali

Jil Jilala جيل جلالة - Aghani Khalida

01 Laklam Lamrasae
02 Lighara
03 Lajwad 
04 Liyam Tonadi
05 Dada Omi 

Jil Jilala جيل جلالة -Laayoune Einiya

01 Laayoune Einiya
02 Daret Addawra
03 Mzzine Wssolak
04 Jlatni Riahak
05 Lahkaya
06 Ach Bik Dart Laqdar
07  Jafria

Jil Jilala جيل جلالة - La Tayasse لآتيأس

01 Dib Al Ghaba
02 Lash Aayesh
03 La Tayasse
04 Ila Daqe Al Hale
05 Ya Daim Haim


Jil Jilala جيل جلالة - Ya Alli Ghadi Wa Tgadam

01 Ya Alli Ghadi Wa Tgadam
02 Rakhfi Ya Donia
03 Nour Al Faraj
04 Fin Hna Ou Fin Wsalna

Jil Jilala جيل جلالة - Zarea Errih

01 Zarea Errih
02 Koun Aaqale
03 Lousaya
04 Kabarha Tasghar 

Jil Jilala جيل جلالة - Nour Al Anoir

01 Nour Al Anoir
02 Ya Ya Donia Kitab
03 Rah Rah Al Ghwat Wrah
04 Al Mizan
05 Ana Aarbi
06 Al Salam Aalikom


DISSIDENTEN & Jil Jilala جيل جلالة - Tanger Sessions (2008)

01. Akaaboune's homage: This is the world/Not your country
02. Morock'n roll: God gave you something better than magic/Brain
03. Gun factory: Heart you missed it/Time is a wolf/That's why there are wars
04. Fata Morgana (Tangier Version) : The eagle sits in the cage/
While the chicken are watching TV
05. Song 4 a rainbow: Make wars history
06. Truth is the only religion: Nothing ever changes/Except gods and fashions)
07. The world is a mirror: Show yourself in it/And it will reflect your image)
08. Morock'n Roll II: Who can't dance complains: "The Floor Is Uneven!" (Kasbah Version)

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