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The Rough Guide to the Music of Morocco (2004 album)

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The Rough Guide to the Music of Morocco
Compilation album by Various artists
Released 3 February 2004
Genre World, Moroccan
Length 71:08
Label World Music Network
Full series chronology
The Rough Guide to the Music of the Balkans
The Rough Guide to the Music of Morocco
The Rough Guide to the Music of Central Asia
Complete list

The Rough Guide to the Music of Morocco is a world music compilation album originally released in 2004. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the release covers the music of Morocco, which had been receiving new-found attention on the world music circuit in the early 2000s.[1] The compilation was curated by Andy Morgan, former manager of Tinariwen and organizer of the Festival in the Desert.[2] Phil Stanton, co-founder of the World Music Network, was the producer.[3] This album was followed by a second edition, which covered the same topic by showcasing different artists.[4]

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Critical reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
Robert Christgau[5]A-
AllMusic[1]4.5/5 stars

The compilation's release was met with positive reviews. Robert Christgau described "minimal" tunes and spare textures, noting inconsistency from track to track.[5] This diversity was praised by AllMusic's Adam Greenberg, who called the curative decision to include all major genres "admirable".[1]

Track listing

1."Zeye Meyel"Nass Marrakech6:05
2."Baba Aadi"Jil Jilala6:58
3."Bay-Bay"Najm El Farah Essafi6:20
4."Leilaa Lill"B'net Marrakech6:58
5."Touria"Mohamed Amenzou6:47
6."Mahmouna"Nass El Ghiwane8:51
7."Yedidim Hiou Zehirim"Emil Zrihan5:45
8."Hijra"Dar Gnawa & U-Cef5:31
9."Taala Fine Ghadi"Fatna Bent El Houcine & Ouled Ben Aguida4:47
10."Lala Aisha"Hassan Hakmoun6:07
11."Khaliou Loudid Lamimtou"Mustapha Bourgogne6:59


  1. ^ a b c Greenberg, Adam. "The Rough Guide to the Music of Morocco". Allmusic. Retrieved 9 Jan 2014.
  2. ^ Morgan, Andy. "About Me". Retrieved 2014-01-13.
  3. ^ World Music Network. "About Us - The WMN Story". Retrieved 10 Jan 2014.
  4. ^ Christgau, Robert. "Consumer Guide". Retrieved 9 Jan 2014.
  5. ^ a b Christgau, Robert. "Consumer Guide". Retrieved 9 Jan 2014.
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