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Published on May 29, 2012

Tunisian Emel Mathlouthi, inspired singer and poet and a highly creative composer, stands directly in line from the great divas of the Maghreb, but has also inherited the legacy of the protest singers of the 60s. With sources and influences ranging from Dylan to Cheikh Imam and sounds of our time, she vests her protest songs in the rock and electronic sound of immediacy. One of the figureheads of the "Arab Spring", she also has immense stage presence and a voice that spells revolution and freedom. This album and her unforgettable songs will place her firmly on the international pop scene.

More information:
http://www.emelmathlouthi.com
www.facebook.com/e.mathlouthi

Album Kelmti Horra also available on CD : http://store.harmoniamundi.com/kelmti...
Booking : 3pomprod.com

Words&Music: Emel Mathlouthi
Programming : Wise Washington
Violin & Alto: Zied Zouari
Guitars: Hexagram & Emel Mathlouthi

Vidéo : Réalisation Sami battikh / Sourdoreille collectif
Dancer: Laetitia Camilleri //La compagnie des arts
Produced by harmonia mundi / BMG

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