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Shahin & Sepehr, World Cafe

Audio CD

Disk ID: 1720829

Disk length: 48m 31s (13 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 1998

Label: Unknown

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Tracks & Durations

1. Florian's Cafe 4:24
2. Ode to a Friend 4:52
3. One Passion dance 4:22
4. Cafe L.A. 4:27
5. Letters from Vienna 1:59
6. Nature Boy 3:47
7. Manhattan Matador 4:21
8. Call from Kashan 1:08
9. Wild World 3:46
10. Soul Mate 3:40
11. A Persian Secret 1:20
12. Midnight at the Basilica 5:33
13. Return to Manhattan 4:44

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This outing from the guitar duo (backed by a host of other instruments, including several winds and percussion) has an intimate flavor, as suggested by the title; one could easily imagine Shahin and Sepehr (with guitars) in the corner of some tiny café somewhere. And in fact, the somewhere could easily be anywhere, as the world-music inflection and occasional jazz (and even rock) touches give the CD a decidedly far-ranging appeal. "Florian's Café" gets your attention almost immediately, with its Latin-style rhythms and wistful melodies. "Letters from Vienna" is an understated, low-key duet; "Nature Boy" has a shuffle rhythm, while "Manhattan Matador" almost (but not quite) rocks out. Overall, World Café has a decidedly Spanish texture, but there's plenty else at work here as well. --Genevieve Williams

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World Cafe

Tracks: 13, Disk length: 48m 31s

World Cafe

Tracks: 13, Disk length: 48m 33s (+0m 2s)

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