Elizabeth Ayoub - Oceanos y Lunas mp3 downloadPerformer: Elizabeth Ayoub
Title: Oceanos y Lunas
Released: May 18, 2010
Size MP3 version: 1625 mb
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Elizabeth Ayoub - Oceanos y Lunas mp3 download
Interview with singer songwriter Elizabeth Ayoub about her new album 'Oceanos y Lunas', it's Arabic and Latin influences.
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Elizabeth Ayoub is a Lebanese-born Venezeuelan singer and actress.
Album · 2010 · 12 Songs. Oceanos y Lunas Elizabeth Ayoub. Listen on Apple Music.
In an example of the impact of world politics on culture, the parents of singer Elizabeth Ayoub emigrated from Lebanon before that country's civil war, settling in Venezuela before her birth. Given that heritage, her music, not surprisingly, mixes Arabic and Latin styles, and she sings it in Arabic and Spanish, when she's not venturing into English or French.
Elizabeth Ayoub is a Venezuelan singer and actress of Lebanese descent. Oud) Ya Oud (a capella) In February 2009, Elizabeth announced her return to the Latin-Arabian music scene with her second album, titled Oceanos y Lunas. The album was released in May 2010 with an opening concert in New York City to promote the album. Eight new tracks were featured, along with four tracks from her debut album Prelude. com, is as follows: Oceanos y Lunas Verano Habibi Je T"Attends (I Wait for You) Creo Azul Pintame Baeid Navego Deseo Volver Ya Oud (Oh! Oud).
tress Elizabeth Ayoub was born in Venezuela to Lebanese immigrant parents, leading to her fluency in Arabic, Spanish, French, and English. She self-released her debut album, Prelude, on September 8, 2006, then signed to Four Quarters Entertainment for her second, Oceanos y Lunas, released May 18, 2010. She performs in Spanish, Arabic, English, and French, though emphasizing the Latino and Arabian music scenes. Her first album, Prelude (2006), was released via Sony BMG and was followed by Oceanos y Lunas in 2010 via Four Quarters Records, a distributed label of E1 Entertainment. Elizabeth commutes between New York City, Beirut, and Miami, where she is currently at work promoting her music and taking on new projects.
|1||Océanos y Lunas Elizabeth Ayoub||Elizabeth Ayoub||3:23|
|2||Verano Elizabeth Ayoub||Elizabeth Ayoub||3:39|
|3||Habibi Elizabeth Ayoub||Elizabeth Ayoub||3:29|
|4||Je T'Attends Elizabeth Ayoub||Elizabeth Ayoub||4:13|
|5||Creo Elizabeth Ayoub||Elizabeth Ayoub||4:26|
|6||Azul Elizabeth Ayoub||Elizabeth Ayoub||3:11|
|7||Píntame Elizabeth Ayoub||Elizabeth Ayoub||4:28|
|8||Baeid Elizabeth Ayoub||Elizabeth Ayoub||3:36|
|9||Navego Elizabeth Ayoub||Elizabeth Ayoub||3:29|
|10||Deseo Elizabeth Ayoub||Elizabeth Ayoub||3:10|
|11||Volver Elizabeth Ayoub||Elizabeth Ayoub||4:05|
|12||Ya Oud Elizabeth Ayoub||Elizabeth Ayoub||5:22|
CreditsGhazi Abdel-Baki - Engineer
Daniel Arenas - Keyboards
Elizabeth Ayoub - Composer, Lyricist, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Yusuf Gandhi - Executive Producer
Javier Limón - Guitar, Producer
Jean Madani - Engineer
Borja Montenegro - Guitar, Vihuela
Melisa Nanni - Engineer, Mixing
Albert Nijmolen - Executive Producer
Dany Noel - Bass, Guitar
Caco Refojo - Mastering
Bassam Saba - Oud
Ziyad Sahhab - Oud
Carlos Sarduy - Trumpet
Abdul Shariff - Tres Cubano
Juan Vargas "El Buho" - Congas