Egyptian percussionist Hossam Ramzy, who played in British jazz combos in the 1970s and then backed Led Zeppelin, Joan Armatrading and Killing Joke, drew from the rituals of Arabian Bedouin tribes and from the belly-dance rhythms of the Middle East for Source of Fire (1995). He has experimented collaborations such as Ahlamy (1996), with saxophonist Rafat Misso, and Qanun El Tarab (2002), with qanun player Maged Serour. His arrangements range from the solo percussion setting of Sabla Tolo (2000) to the string section of Faddah (2001). He even had a disco hit with Edony (2001).
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