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Ahmed Sirour
The Mourning After
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from The Mourning After (album) by Ahmed Sirour. supported by. Yogiurban1020. BLACK SUN: The Instrumentals, Black Sun, . F (Thank God It's Funky!), XL, Different Rooms, One House, thEARapy - the EP, Instrumentals Vol. 3: 2:22am, and 8 more. and,. Purchasable with gift card.

The Mourning After (album) by Ahmed Sirour, released 26 December 2014 1. Red from White in Blue 2. Soon I Will Be Done (Police Brutality version) - feat. Janinah Burnett 3. Black Requiem Prologue 4. Black Requiem (Cristo Rendentor) - feat. Farnell Newton 5. The Mourning After In protest of racism, police brutality, and the numerous murders of unarmed men, women, and boys-especially of African descent, who were unjustly taken from this life, in just 2014, alone

Ahmed Sirour is more than a producer. He is the Grand Architect, building in his own image. What results is a project that progresses with an unparalleled naturalness. A device implored elsewhere on the album, the lone gesture signifies the foundation of something in its infantile stages. The song progresses with a chorus of voices nearly too hollow to be considered human-ethereal, perhaps. As this continues, we soon realize that patience is a virtue Sirour carries tenfold. You want the song to erupt. It should be doing more. And as the piano of Sirour enters the scene, silhouetted by fixtures of the ambient variety, the composition is complete in form

Artist: Ahmed Sirour Title: The After 2 . Tracklist: 01. In the Moonlight (3:10) 02. Warm Rain (feat. Myles Kayne) (4:54) 03. Almost Love (A One-Take Serenade) (3:20) 04. Slow & Steady (4:34) 05. The Hidden Places (5:12) 06. Groove Nocturnal (3:20) 07. Foreplaying (8:19) 08.

03. Almost Love (A One-Take Serenade). 04. Slow & Steady. 05. The Hidden Places. 06. Groove Nocturnal. 08. Can I Have You? Ahmed Sirour.

Ahmed Sirour (MUSIC). Infant Eyes" is an original composition composed by the renowned jazz legend, Wayne Shorter, 54 years ago in 1964, on the album 'Speak No Evil' (a jazz classic/masterpiece). It's one of my most favo. Ahmed Sirour (MUSIC).

Wayne Shorter - Infant Eyes (Ahmed Sirour practice cover version). We Rep Brooklyn - Ahmed Sirour (in Episode 2 of SHE'S GOTTA HAVE IT). 02:43. Ahmed Sirour's Move Love (Samba House Remix). Afro Blue - Ahmed Sirour Cleveland P Jones. Solange - Dreams (Ahmed Sirour Lucid Remix). Billie Jean - Michael Jackson - (Ahmed's Get It Remix). FE Music - All The Kisses (Ahmed Sirour Remix) feat Amber Paris Strother of KING. After the Setting Sun. 04:07. I Believe in You Me (an acoustic tribute to Whitney Houston).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Red From White In Blue 4:15
2 Soon I Will Be Done (Police Brutality Version)
Soloist – Janinah Burnett
3 Black Requiem Prologue 2:35
4 Black Requiem (Cristo Rendentor)
Trumpet – Farnell Newton
5 The Mourning After 4:30


Available to download/stream at: The Mourning After

Liner notes:

"In protest of racism, police brutality, and the numerous murders of unarmed men, women, and boys--especially of African descent, who were unjustly taken from this life, in just 2014, alone. In protest of the "no indictment" grand jury rulings in EVERY SINGLE CASE! And in protest of white supremacist propoganda and privilege in the world, but especially in the United States of America where justice and equality for all is not quite the reality of its true measure and benefit, except for those who wrote the law. This is NOT an anti-police protest album...this is an anti-police BRUTALITY project. I am thankful for those who DO serve & protect as they swore to do when they made their pledge, and grateful for those who put their life on the line to keep law-abiding citizens of all colors safe, but this project was unfortunately inspired by those who have gone above the law and below the line of humanity, fueling tensions and creating even wider divides between them and the communities they are meant to serve but instead terrorize with thuggish behavior that hardly ever checked or punished. When just LOOKING as I do, but just the hue of my skin, can be the possible cause of my own, uninitiated death, there is a major problem!"