Peter Kfoury | At the Heart of Two Worlds

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At the Heart of Two Worlds

by Peter Kfoury

Unique Middle Eastern music fused with Jazz, Blues and Funk!
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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1. Patricia
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2. Camel Walk
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3. City Rain
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4. Folly Sunrise
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5. My Favorite Things
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6. Ok Midwest
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7. Orange Lily
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8. Beirut Cannonball
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9. Sad Eyes
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10. Southern Meditation
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11. Spring Dance
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12. Summertime
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13. The N Rail
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The oud found me when I was a teenager. As a Lebanese-American, I grew up listening to Middle Eastern music but as a teen, rock & roll ruled. As the magnetic pull of heritage mixed with social upheaval and the incredibly rich music scene of the late sixties, I was drawn to bring the oud into the rock, blues and jazz scene that I had come to love.

At The Heart Of Two Worlds is the culmination of all these influences. It is a true fusion that reflects my experience and belief that all worlds have indeed, one heart. With melody, feeling and driving percussion I feel sure that this music will take you on a journey that all will elevate all cultures....and all hearts.

Features Peter Kfoury on Acoustic & Electric Oud and Jamie Papish on Percussion.

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