The Master Musicians Of Joujouka - Brian Jones Plays With The Pipes Of Pan At Joujouka Album FLAC
- Engineer – George Chkiantz
- Producer – Brian Jones
Original first issue 1971 UK Rolling Stones label LP that carrys the incorrect title 'plays with' instead of 'presents the' on the gatefold picture sleeve. Original fold out insert beige sheet with green images and text by Brion Gysin.
- Matrix / Runout: Rolling Stones Records COC 49100 A2
- Matrix / Runout: Rolling Stones Records COC 49100 B1
- Distributed By – Kinney Record Group Ltd.
Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Joujouka is an album produced by Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones. The album was a recording of the Moroccan group the Master Musicians of Joujouka, in performance on 29 July 1968 in the village of Jajouka in Morocco and released on Rolling Stones Records, and distributed by Atco Records in 1971. Jones called the tracks a specially chosen representation of music played in the village during the annual week-long Rites of Pan Festival. It was significant for. Brian Jones Presents The Pipes of Pan at Jajouka - The Master Musicians Of Jajouka. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Artist images. 2 more. The Master Musicians of Joujouka. 1,488 listeners. The Master Musicians of Joujouka until the 1990s synonymous with The Master Musicians of Jajouka, but now a separate recording group are an ensemble of Sufi trance musicians from the village of Jajouka, Morocco in the southern Rif Mountains. Similar Artists. Play all. Master Musicians of Jajouka. 11,633 listeners. Sufi Music Ensemble. 13,258 listeners. Sufi Brotherhoods & Street musicians, Tarodannt, Morocco. 2,444 listeners. Serkan Süleymaniye. It's uncertain whether this should be considered a Brian Jones album, or an album by the Pipes of Pan at Jajouka, or an album by the Master Musicians of Jajouka, as the performers on this recording are most commonly known in the West. The important thing to know is that it's a document of Moroccan traditional music that achieves trance-like effects through its hypnotic, insistent percussion, eerie vocal chanting, and pipes. Brian Jones 5 Presents The Master Musicians Of Joujouka - Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Joujouka LP, RE. Rolling Stones Records. ESS-63009. It is tragic that he died, because i suspect he would explore this sort of music more, as well as matching it with the intensity of the blues. I believe we lost a visionary with the death of Brian Jones. Tosh Berman. Rispondi Visualizza 1 risposta Avvertimi 3 Helpful. Album 1970 6 Songs. Your Eyes Are Like a Cup of Tea Reprise with Flute. By The Master Musicians of Jajouka. 6 Songs, 45 Minutes. Released: 31 Dec 1970. 1995 Point Music Ltd. More By The Master Musicians of Jajouka. Master Musicians of Joujouka Your Eyes Are Like a Cup of Tea Al YunicMaster Musicians of Joujouka Your Eyes Are Like a Cup of Tea Al Yunic 8:05. Brian Jones Take Me With You My Darling, Take Me With You. The Master Musicians Of Joujouka Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at 8:04. Brian Jones presents the Pipes of Pan at Joujouka - 1971. Take Me With You My Darling, Take Me With 8:05. Brian JONES - Presents The Pipes of Pan at Jajouka 1971 03. Take Me with You My Darling, Take Me 18:05. Master Musicians Of Jajouka Your Eyes Are Like A Cup Of Tea Reprise 2:22. Brian JONES - Presents The Pipes of Pan at Jajouka 1971 02. War So. Contact Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Joujouka on Messenger. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created - March 1, 2011. Crossover: Brian Jones meets the Master Musicians Of Jajouka, even though he doesn't actually perform with them. Cut Short: Some pieces are broken off rather abruptly. Design Student's Orgasm: The album cover features Middle Eastern drawing and calligraphy. Drone of Dread: The chanting drones can sometimes have a haunting effect on the listener. Epic Rocking: All tracks are very long and fade into each other making the entire album one epic long piece. And normally this music can go on for far longer, so this record only gives listeners a small impression of how epic these chants can