Monday, August 24, 2009

Oum

سخيف جدا رائع كنت تريد التخلص من ملابسك وكأنها الطرف تحتدم نكح الحصان. هل سيسعد في الأصوات الجميلة وايقاعات البرية. وقالت سيلين ديون هي مصر وكنت لا تزال OUM لا أحد من أينما كنت من نكاح.


Thanks and praise to Awesome Tapes From Africa for this one.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Translation: Arabic » English
سخيف جدا رائع كنت تريد التخلص من ملابسك وكأنها الطرف تحتدم نكح الحصان. هل سيسعد في الأصوات الجميلة وايقاعات البرية. وقالت سيلين ديون هي مصر وكنت لا تزال OUM لا أحد من أينما كنت من نكاح.

Very silly wonderful you want to get rid of your clothes and as a party raging fuck horse. Do you rejoice in the beautiful voices and rhythms of the wild. The Celine Dion Egypt, you are still OUM no one from wherever you are to marry.


thank god for google translate.

Wagnerian said...

There is so much to say about Oum Kulthum!

Wikipedia does a pretty good job: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umm_Kulthum

Also Joe Sacco's comic book, Palestine, has a great section about discovering her music and biography.

It's beyond cool that you posted this.

FAKE DADA said...

i just read about this on tapes from africa, last night.

weird.

still ain't tried to download it yet.

Anonymous said...

(you're really a strange guy)

Anonymous said...

you're really a strange guy, "joinedattheass"
I made a disco straight american party with hits like Push in the Bush, Last night a DJ and Le Freak
The advertising have a not muslim entrance but you're welcome, it's just to attract jewish woman
cheers
Mephistopheles

Aesop said...

These days the comments do little more than confuse and titillate me.

Helm said...

are these straight up or is someone running stuff through google translation?

Aesop said...

That would be the magick of Google translator. I am typically American and only speak English.

billias said...

those glasses rule!!

IO said...

interesting with the audience: its like a burst of song, then applause....then again some singing...then applause

..the singing is like jazz solos...

Anonymous said...

LOL!
This brings back good memories when I'd whine all day to my mom to pop into the now-oh-so-obsolete radio cassette some Erasure instead of Oum Kalthoum.

Oh well, nowadays you can belly dance to the remixed versions of her songs instead. Good stuff.