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The eminent label has returned with the long awaited remix album by Omar Faruk Tekbilek, ready to enchant. The album brings a little more than an hour of music, bringing together artists from different generations
and continents. Omar is a legendary Turkish musician whose opus speaks for itself.
The remixers passionate about Omar's scores put their spin on his works, separating themselves from the crowds of producers remixing trendy singles. Omar's works of art are timeless masterpieces, and the album presents priceless versions of Omar's dozen gems, including his collaborations with Steve Shehan and Yasmin Levy.
Remixes by artists such as Boris Muzychuk, Federico Ferrandina, Ofer- Ziv, Cembir, Ran-Salman, S.I.S Project, Oguz Kaplangi, Laroz, DJ- Pantelis, Monkey Drummer, Tony Quattro, Guya, Jamie Schwabl, Michael Manahan, and Kaya-Project take the recognizable pieces a step further into the future.
SOUND OF THE SULTANS
Omar Faruk Tekbilek, Amin Khoury and the Sultans
When it comes to traditional music played by indigenous musicians, the Sultans are one of the most recognizable names in the world. Their latest album, Sound of the Sultans, released by the label LifeArt, joins together some of their best works.
The material of significant cultural importance contains over an hour of enchanting musical gems, starting with a vocal chant Habibi-Ya-Ayni and ending with an instrumental Maas-Salama. Remastered from original recordings, the carefully restored sound of the album improves the quality of the songs while keeping the artistic interpretations untouched.
Sound of the Sultans delivers eleven pieces of the conceptually consistent material dealing with a tasteful balance of instrumental scores and heart-touching chants.
Omar Faruk Tekbilek
& Yasmin Levy
Here is something inspiring and contemporary, a release that promises a musical future, in which every sound could be turned to innovative use.
Omar Faruk Tekbilek and Yasmin Levy's heartwarming ballad, ‘Vivir' is a true masterpiece. The passionate singing in Ladino, the Judeo-Spanish language of the Sephardic Jews, and traditional instruments combined for a true dose of emotional vibrations. It couldn't get any better until S.I.S Project got their hands on it. Ilker Tandoğan and Seçkin Özer’s deep house version took the powerful vocals of the original and fused in their signature sound, creating a medium tempo remix with something of a Balearic feeling.