Deb (Heart Broken)

Souad Massi

Souad Massi Deb (Heart Broken)
  • CD1: 1 Ya Kelbi - Oh My Heart
  • CD1: 2. Ghir Enta - I Only Love You
  • CD1: 3. Ech Edani - I Shouldn't Have Fallen In Love With You
  • CD1: 4. Yemma - Mummy I Lie To You
  • CD1: 5. Yawlidi - My Little Boy
  • CD1: 6. Le Bien Et Le Mal - Good and Evil
  • CD1: 7. Houria - Freedom
  • CD1: 8 Deb - Heart Broken
  • CD1: 9. Moudja - The Wave
  • CD1: 10. Passe Le Temps - As Time Goes On
  • CD1: 11. Theghri - I Send An SOS
  • CD1: 12 Beb El Mahdi The Gate Of The Past

Souad Massi has had the time to let her second album mature, meet other artists and tour extensively. Musically, she has blossomed,allowing her to pursue her dreams with even more intensity and verve. From the very opening chords of this new album, there is a world devoid of arbitrary borders. burbling tablas from Pakistan, gypsy intonations, the sobbing of cellos, ethereal lutes, cosmopolitan folk-rock, Andalusian flamenco… throughout this vibrant, generous album, her nuance-laden voice soars and swoops with a fabulous confidence and subtlety.
.. Deb proves she is a serious talent in her own right. OUTSTANDING - The Sunday Times
A simply magnificent record. - The Times Review (Rating: 4/5)
Her superb new album - Times
With her caressing voice and romantic chansons, Deb marks the arrival of a major new North African star Album of the Week Evening Standard 8/4/03
Deb is an accomplished album that confirms Souad Massi as an outstanding young artist ….. Froots May issue
…. her second album, with as fine a mixture of moods, textures, arrangements and styles as one could ever wish for - - bbc interactive
Massi’s Songs are rendered irresistible by a combination of gorgeous melodies, sumptuously multicultural instrumentation and a production that’s the most affecting tear-jerker you’ll hear this year. Guardian
A new international celebrity - Guardian
… its irresistible - The Telegraph
An appealing second album, more poetic in approach than much Algerian Music - SongLines – Top of the World
Deb will cement her stardom and, my, the woman can sing Observer


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