Sofa Records and Bongo Joe teams up again to unveil new groovy gems of North African musics through their Maghreb K7 Club - Disco Singles series. This first 12 inches features 4 unique and unrivaled danceable tracks from raï music's most respected singers and producers. From Cheb Tahar's digital disco - reggae to Cheb Wahid's top - notch funky jam through Rachid Baba Ahmed's instrumentals - they will hit this summer's top charts! Produced in Algeria during raï's golden era (mid - 80s to early 90s) and issued back then on tape, they appear for the first time on vinyl.
Sofa Records and Bongo Joe teams up again to unveil new groovy gems of North African musics through their Maghreb K7 Club - Disco Singles series. This first 12 inches features 4 unique and unrivaled danceable tracks from raï music's most respected singers and producers. From Cheb Tahar's digital disco - reggae to Cheb Wahid's top - notch funky jam through Rachid Baba Ahmed's instrumentals - they will hit this summer's top charts! Produced in Algeria during raï's golden era (mid - 80s to early 90s) and issued back then on tape, they appear for the first time on vinyl.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: BONGO JOE
Rel. Date: 10/01/2021
UPC: 7640159738015

Maghreb K7 Club - Disco Singles / Various
Artist: Maghreb K7 Club - Disco Singles / Various
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Cheb Tahar - Zina Zina
2. Rachid Baba Ahmed - Manjourah
3. Rachid Baba Ahmed - Racine
4. Cheb Wahid - Oh Oh Ya Khali

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Sofa Records and Bongo Joe teams up again to unveil new groovy gems of North African musics through their Maghreb K7 Club - Disco Singles series. This first 12 inches features 4 unique and unrivaled danceable tracks from raï music's most respected singers and producers. From Cheb Tahar's digital disco - reggae to Cheb Wahid's top - notch funky jam through Rachid Baba Ahmed's instrumentals - they will hit this summer's top charts! Produced in Algeria during raï's golden era (mid - 80s to early 90s) and issued back then on tape, they appear for the first time on vinyl.