Blue Bedouin 3 Sunrise…Sunset
Welcome to the depth of the deserts and the warmth of the sunrise and the glow of the sunset. In this eagerly awaited 3rd installment of Blue Bedouin; Hassain Al Bagali A.K.A Blue Bedouin once again produces music and rhythms from the Arabian Gulf with the international groove of the West; an amazing fusion of the old and the new with the divine sensations of the sunrise and sunset.
The music sets the mood whereby at moments you will envisage reflections and silence between the sands and the mirage. The music will take you on a journey lost and found between the darkness and the light of the desert. The music communicates to you from the past through the present to the future. This is the just the beginning…. The entire album is a master-piece.
Hussain al Bagali A.K.A Blue Bedouin was born in Dubai, UAE 1975. As a child, music was a very important part in his life; he played a lot of musical instruments including the Soft Piano, Synth Keyboard, and many kinds of flutes.
He worked as a DJ and a radio producer for 7 years and then opened a home studio. That’s when Blue Bedouin’s idea popped in his mind to create his own art. “It took me four years to come up with the idea of my first and second albums; I intended that both albums have to be the first worldwide Arabic chillout music that carries the spirit of the desert”
The first two Blue Bedouin albums were very successful and it gave the artist great exposure within the region and across the globe, consequently the success has shaped Blue Bedouin as one of the most successful gulf chill out producer; his previous recordings have been released successfully across the globe from Indonesia to France.
This year Blue Bedouin is back with chillout tunes carrying the spirit of the desert from sunrise to the sunset.
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