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Wadih El Safi (Arabic: وديع الصافي, born Wadi' Francis; Nov. 1, 1921 – October 11, 2013) was a Lebanese singer, songwriter, composer and actor. He was a Lebanese icon and the forefather of the country's musical culture, he was the longest singer in production, seventy five years in the singing profession
Listen to music from Wadih El Safi & Jose Fernades like La Ouyouni Ghribeh. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Wadih El Safi & Jose Fernades. Wadih El-Safi, legend of the Lebanese tarab in Duet with Andalusian Gitano Star José Fernandez, accompanied by the oriental roots orchestra. The biggest event in the history of Arabic showbiz. Michel Elefteriades, producer.
José Fernandez The star of flamenco fusion. Born to an Andalusian gypsy family, where most were musicians, from his grandfather, a well-known Flamenco singer & poet, to his father, a great bass player, he inherited a fiery gypsy temperament and a keenly developed artistic sense. Taking part in gypsy ceremonies since he was 4, José showed interest in many instruments. After the smashing success of José´s concerts in duet with the tarab legend, Wadih El Safi, and the arabo-andalusian orchestra, they recorded an album together. In the summer 2002 he released his album Makhlouta, which corresponds to a Lebanese dish of vegetables and beans mix, signifying the mix of musical ingredients from Middle-Eastern, Flamenco, Brazilian, and funk to swing.
Wadih El Safi in duo with Jose Fernandez. Demis Roussos & the Oriental Roots Orchestra. Tony Hanna & the Yugoslavian Gipsy Brass Band. Tino Favazza & the Oriental Roots Orchestra: a blend of Oriental Rythms with Bel Canto arias. José Fernandez – Makhlouta. Wadih El Safi & Jose Fernandez. José Gálvez & the National Orchestra of Nowheristan. Michel Elefteriades – L’Empereur chante.
Jose Fernandez – Makhlouta. Jose Gálvez & the National Orchestra of Nowheristan. Michel Elefteriades – L’Empereur chante – self-produced. Mounir El Khawli – The Dragon of Tarab. Tony Hanna & the Yugoslavian Gipsy Brass Band – My Village, Lost Somewhere Between Beograd And Baghdad. Featured artists were: Wadih El Safi (Lebanon), Nancy Ajram (Lebanon), José Galvez (Spain), The Chehade Brothers (Palestine/Lebanon), tenor Tino Favazza (Italy), DJ Jerry Ropero (Belgium/Spain), Mohamed Hamaki (Egypt), Mohamed Mounir (Egypt), Shontelle (Barbados), The Wailers (Jamaica/USA), The Yugoslavian Gipsy Brass Band (Serbia), Bilal (Lebanon), Rouwaida Attieh (Syria), Yara (Lebanon), Jannat (Morocco), Jay Sean (UK), Saber Rebaï (Tunisia), Fabián Bertero (Argentina).
José Fernandez is an Andalusian gypsy singer, composer, songwriter, and t. He masters the drums, the guitar, the piano, the bass under various forms, percussion, and even the Greek Bouzouki. In the summer 2002 he released his album "Makhlouta" which corresponds to a Lebanese dish of vegetables and beans mix, signifying the mix of musical ingredients.