Skip to main content

Belly Dancing with George Abdo

Belly Dancing with George Abdo

Belly dancing has been defined as “solo, improvised dances based on torso articulation.” Thought to have originated in the Middle East, belly dance has become an international dance form often incorporating local costume and dance traditions. Some dancers consider belly dance to be a form of exercise.

George Abdo performed the music of his beloved Middle East in the Boston area during the 1970s and at that time recorded four albums for Monitor Records. In this recording the singer–bandleader leads his Flames of Araby Orchestra through 10 Middle Eastern songs and music for a complete belly dance routine.

Track Listing

icon-circle-play
101
Lila, My Love George Abdo 5:15
icon-circle-play
102
Wadeelo Salamy (Bathed in Love) George Abdo 3:11
icon-circle-play
103
Raks Al Hayet (Dance of Life) George Abdo 3:33
icon-circle-play
104
Min Feegis (Don't Leave Me) George Abdo 4:24
icon-circle-play
105
Raks Al-Kheeyam (Dance of the Tents) George Abdo 6:32
icon-circle-play
106
Ilhak Halak (Beware of Love) George Abdo 3:55
icon-circle-play
107
Al Asforieh (You're Driving Me Crazy) George Abdo 3:50
icon-circle-play
108
Shuty Ya Dini (Rains of Spring) George Abdo 3:39
icon-circle-play
109
Raks Wayak (Together We Dance) George Abdo 5:24
icon-circle-play
110
Raks Asmar (Dance of the Bedouins) George Abdo 3:35
icon-circle-play
111
Belly Dance Fantasy: Zanuba / Min Zaman / Chifte-Telli / Drum Solo / Sulu Kulé (Karisilama) - (medley) George Abdo 14:19
TOP

.