Music Lives On, Freedom Wins - Part I


Groove’n Arrels is proud to broadcast a first collection of tunes as a tribute to the People who have been suffering from the atrocities of the islamic state for years. We have selected both traditional and modern forms of music that represent Syria, Mali, Sudan, Afghanistan, Egypt, Sahara People, and Kurd People. The melodies, the rhythms, and the chants of these songs stem from ancestral cultures and are in the long list of things hated by the islamic state, because they give strength and freedom to the spirits. They are antidotes to brainwashing, and feed this silent revolution that everyone can cultivate, especially in bondage. Let us spread this revolution: Music lives on, Freedom wins! It's on

List of artists:

- Tarek Malas, Mahfouz Al Hosaini, Nabil Khaiat, Hadi Backdonas, and Jonas Hellborg play songs from Aram of the Two Rivers, recorded in Syria

- Mouma Bob, Hasso Akotey, DJ Mopao (Music from Saharan cell phones)

- Hamza El Din, Rasha, Dinka People of Abyei, Alsarah & The Nubatones (Sudan)

- Thierry Robin plays Afghani de Casa

- Boubacar Traoré, Ali Farka Touré (Mali)

- Gada Mohammad, Karim Dutari, Gholam Nabi Zendadel (Afghanistan)

- Nguyen Le, Dhafer Youssef, and Paolo Fresu play Mali Iwa

- Xelilee e Ewdile (Kurdish Folk)

- Phil Thornton and Hossam Ramzy play El Moulid from Immortal Egypt


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