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Al Maslakh

Charbel Haber 'It Ended Up Being A Great Day, Mr. Allende'

£17.99

Al Maslakh

Charbel Haber 'It Ended Up Being A Great Day, Mr. Allende'

£17.99

Born in Beirut on June 1, 1978. Co-founder and member of Lebanese post-punk group Scrambled Eggs.

Founder of experimental music record label Those Kids Must Choke in 2004. Active member of the Lebanese free improvisation scene and part of MILL(Musique Improvisee Libre au Liban) association since 2002 Member and co-founder of free improvisation group BAO trio, member of the Lebanese free improvisation big ensemble, Moukhtabar Ensemble.

Also works under the monikers, La Chambre, and Kitano Home Ensemble. He has also collaborated with musicians and artists such as Michael Zerang, Gene Coleman, Justice Yeldham And The Dynamic Ribbon Machine, Jean Pallandre, Laurent Grappe, Tadahiko Yokogawa, Discipline, Stephane Rives, Mazen Kerbaj, Sharif Sehnaoui, David Stackenas, Mats Gustafsson, Annette Krebs, Christine Sehnaoui, Raed Yassin…

Recorded mixed and mastered by Fadi Tabbal at Tunefork studios on the 16th and 17th of January 2012. All track titles are taken from Roberto Bolaño's novel "Nazi Literature in the Americas" Artwork and design by Mazen Kerbaj. Produced in Lebanon by Al Maslakh.

Tracklisting:

1. Itinerant Heroes Or The Fragility Of Mirrors
2. Wandering Women Of Letters
3. Two Germans At The End Of The Earth
4. Magicians, Mercenaries And Miserable Creatures