Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Joujouka  

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Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Joujouka was an album produced by Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones. The album was a recording of the Moroccan group the Master Musicians of Joujouka, in performance on 29 July 1968 in the village of Jajouka in Morocco and released on Rolling Stones Records, and distributed by Atco Records in 1971. Jones called the tracks "a specially chosen representation" of music played in the village during the annual week-long Rites of Pan Festival. It was significant for presenting the Moroccan group to a global audience, drawing other musicians to Jajouka, including Ornette Coleman.

The album was reissued in 1995. The executive producers were Philip Glass, Kurt Munkasci, and Rory Johnston, with notes by Bachir Attar, Paul Bowles, William S. Burroughs, Stephen Davis, Jones, Brion Gysin, and David Silver. This deluxe album included additional graphics, more extensive notes by David Silver and Burroughs, and a second CD, produced by Cliff Mark, with two “full-length remixes.”

Track listing

  1. "55 ("Hamsa oua Hamsine)" – 0:58
  2. "War Song/Standing" + "One Half (Kaim Oua Nos") – 2:22
  3. "Take Me with You Darling, Take Me with You (Dinimaak A Habibi Dinimaak)" – 8:06
  4. "Your Eyes Are Like a Cup of Tea (Al Yunic Sharbouni Ate)" – 10:35
  5. "I Am Calling Out (L'Afta)" – 5:55
  6. "Your Eyes Are Like a Cup of Tea" (reprise with flute) – 18:04
Titles come from Point Music reissue track listings as original vinyl release package had no titles

See also

Cultural appropriation in western music of the 1960s

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