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Hakim - Talakik
Talakik
Hakim
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1. El Salaam
2. Ya Albi (Duet with Olga Tanon)
3. Talakik
4. Halla Halla
5. Habeit
6. Ya Maya
7. Aho Aho
8. Telephone Zoghayar
9. Shoft Ya Albi
10. El Kalam Da Kabeer
11. Shawateena
12. Feeling Good
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by jamalalqassem6@xxxx.com
on 6/3/2010


I've just recently became a Hakim fan, thanks to EL Salam. After I bought the Album, I ssaw that that wasn't the only good song.

by gripon@xxxx.com
on 4/13/2009


El Salaam is an amazing song. I'm not even a Arab, and truthfully, I have no idea what is being sung, but it sounds cool!

by hicham
on 6/9/2008


tIt was my first labum for hakim it's so cool I love it all the songs are difrent and produced carfuly

by dj Cheb WuLi dec0221@xxxx.net
on 4/17/2008


Perhaps the best Hakim album to date. The power of his vocal style is undeniable. The production values are extremely high to the point that the songs jump at you and the song selection is strong throughout. It is obvious that Hakim was reaching for a crossover kind of sound with this CD. This should appeal to all who want to listen to what Hakim has to say. What weaknesses there are show up in the duets on the album. The Olga Tanon duet is very appealing at first, but becomes distracting. It has a magnetism that is immediate, but loses something as it progresses into another ethnic puff piece that doesn't fit within the context of the overall concept of Talakik. Hakim's duet with Narada Michael Walden (Feelin' Good), while I'm a longtime fan of Waldens, sounds like it belongs on another record. The style doesn't fit with the rest of the songs.I believe that Hakim has the potential to be a GREAT international artist, appealing to all nationalities, musical tastes, and ethnic backgrounds. He has a sincerity in his style that is at once appealing, and emotionally gripping. This album is a fine example of just such artistry, and I highly recommend it to all who interested in progressive Arabic music.

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