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Passion – Sources

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Passion - Sources
PassionSourcesCdCover.jpg
Compilation album by
Various Artists
Released1989
GenreWorld music
Length43:02
LabelReal World Records
ProducerPeter Gabriel et al.
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4.5/5 stars link

Passion – Sources is the second of two albums of music from Martin Scorsese's film The Last Temptation of Christ. The first album, Passion by Peter Gabriel, was released in 1989 in conjunction with the movie.

Various artists

Passion - Sources is Peter Gabriel's compilation of songs by various artists from Armenia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Guinea, India, Iran, Morocco, Pakistan, Senegal, and Turkey. Gabriel does not perform on the album, but produced or co-produced several tracks.

World music

In his liner notes, Gabriel describes the album as "a selection of some of the traditional music, sources of inspiration, and location recordings."[1] The album largely eschews modern Western instruments and production techniques, and consists of studio recordings (produced at Gabriel's Real World Studios and elsewhere), location recordings made during the filming of The Last Temptation of Christ, and selections from existing sound recordings.

Track listing

  1. "Shamus-Ud-Doha Bader-Ud-Doja" – 4:53 - performed by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan & Party (Pakistan)
  2. "Call to Prayer" – 3:54 - performed by Baaba Maal (Senegal)
  3. "Sankarabaranam Pancha Nadai Pallavi" – 5:05 - performed by Shankar and the Epidemics (India)
  4. "Ulvi" – 1:37 - performed by Kudsi Erguner (Turkey)
  5. "Fallahi" – 3:00 - performed by Hossam Ramzy (Egypt)
  6. "Sabahiya" – 2:21 - performed by Banga (Tanta-Suaag) (Egypt)
  7. "Tejbeit (Ethiopian Bar Song)" – 2:44 - performed by unknown Ethiopian musicians
  8. "Prelude in Tchahargah" – 3:19 - performed by Mahmoud Tabrizi Zadeh (Iran)
  9. "Wedding Song" – 2:42 - performed by unknown Moroccan musicians
  10. "Magdalene's House" – 2:48 - performed by Abdul Aziz el-Sayed (Iran)
  11. "Yoky" – 2:08 - performed by Fatala (Guinea)
  12. "Ya Sah" – 2:21 - performed by Nass El Ghiwane (Morocco)
  13. "Al Nahla Al 'Ali" – 2:56 - performed by Les Musiciens du Nil (Egypt)
  14. "Song of Complaint" – 3:08 - performed by Andranik Askarian and Khatchadour Khatchaturian (Armenia)

Charts

Chart (1990) Peak
position
US World Albums 7[2]

References

  1. ^ Gabriel, Peter (1989). Passion – Sources (booklet). Real World. p. 1.
  2. ^ Taylor, Timothy Dean (1997). Global pop: world music, world markets. New York, London: Routledge. p. 209. ISBN 0415918723.

External links

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