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Various - The Afro-Arabian Crossroad Music Of The Tihama On The Red Sea, North Yemen album flac

Tracklist

A1 Unknown Artist Zar Ceremony
A2 Ubayd Salim Song
A3 Unknown Artist Marisi
A4 Unknown Artist Song
A5 Unknown Artist Rhythmic Drums
B1 Unknown Artist Qasaba (Flute) With Tablas & Marfa
B2 Omar Yusuf Turaybi Lambuna
B3 Jabar Kubba And Kahtal Sham Allah
B4 Unknown Artist Two Tablas & Marfa

Credits

  • Recorded By – Anderson Bakewell

The Arabian Sea (Arabic: بحر العرب‎, romanized: Baḥr Al-Arab) is a region of the northern Indian Ocean bounded on the north by Pakistan and Iran, on the west by the Gulf of Aden, Guardafui Channel and the Arabian Peninsula, on the southeast by the Laccadive Sea, on the southwest by the Somali Sea, and on the east by India

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Tihama on the Red Sea near Khaukha, Yemen. Red Sea is a direct translation of the Greek Erythra Thalassa (Ερυθρὰ Θάλασσα), Latin Mare Rubrum (alternatively Sinus Arabicus, literally "Arabian Gulf"), Arabic: البحر الأحمر‎, romanized: Al-Baḥr Al-Aḥmar (alternatively بحر القلزم Baḥr Al-Qulzum, literally "the Sea of Clysma"), Somali Badda Cas and Tigrinya Qeyyiḥ bāḥrī (ቀይሕ ባሕሪ). The north part of the Red Sea is dominated by persistent north-west winds, with speeds ranging between 7 km/h (. mph) and 12 km/h (. mph). The rest of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden are subjected to regular and seasonally reversible winds. The Red Sea was formed by the Arabian peninsula being split from the Horn of Africa by movement of the Red Sea Rift. This split started in the Eocene and accelerated during the Oligocene.

Afro-Arabian rift system (Sceal and Weaver, 1971; . Baker et a. 1977; Civetta et a. 1980; Price et a. 1985; Davis and Macdonald, 1987; Macdonald, 1987; Macdonald et a. 1987; Auchapt, 1987 ; Camp and Roobol, 1989; Davidson and Wilson, 1989); 2 Cameroon line (Fitton, 1987); 3 Massif Central, France (Chauvel, 1982); 4 Queensland, Australia (Ewart, 1982b); 5 Ascension Island, Atlantic. Contemporaneously, along the present-day western margin of the Yemen Plateau a basaltic dike swarm was emplaced. According to this model, three major transverse, pre-rift structures control the rough and smooth propagations of the spreading axes of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden and the general pattern of this rift system.

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