Hagour died in , the group continuing with Batma, Essayad, Yaala and Kirouj in their most stable line-up. In Kirouj left to be replaced by Redouane Arif. Deborah Kapchan, Gnawa music”. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Their music incorporates a trance aesthetic, reflecting the influence of local Gnawa music. Archived from the original on 26 December
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Moulay Abdelaziz Tahiri was added to the line-up in lghiwah early 70s and Mahmoud Essaadi replaced Tahiri when he quit to form Jil Jilala, although he too would soon join that group.
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Nass El Ghiwane
Deborah Kapchan, Gnawa lghiwaan. Introspection Late Night Partying. Jazz Latin New Age. Strikingly in post-colonial Morocco, the lyrics explored contemporary political chicanery and injustice. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This section does not cite any sources. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. In the mids, Kirouj nas lghiwan paralysed and unable to continue but the band played on.
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