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New Age meets the Middle East
Erik de Jonge | New Orleans | 11/24/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"First off music reviews is no place for political views as the last reviewer has done. Exotic Middle Eastern textures join modern comtemporary instrumental music. Using synthesizers, samplers and sound effects, his very full bodied sound is much like another artist on this label Ayman. Very much a full bodied soundscape in the vein of David Arkenstone, even David has used the feel of the Middle East as a vehicle. Combing the stunning power of New Age music filled with powerful soundscapes and fiery Arabic percussion help create the sound that is Hisham. A real nice blend of world & New Age music. Fans of Ayman will be right at home here."
Never heard a more perfect musical soundscape.
Erik de Jonge | 07/05/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have listened to every note on both of Hisham's albums over and over in every mental state, and as long as one is patient, Hishsam always leads you to the place the music should be. He crafts intricate melodies that lead through every emotion including some I've never felt. A must have for symphonic electronic new age power music. They call his music Desert Soul at his label, it fits."
Definitely different! A few great tracks, most average.
Erik de Jonge | 05/05/1998
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The Stone and the Rose is one of the best songs I've ever heard. Bought the CD in Sedona and must have listened to that track 50 times while driving back to Scottsdale."