For the Pakistani cricketer, see Ahmed Jamal (cricketer). After the recording of the best-selling album But Not For Me, Jamal's music grew in popularity throughout the 1950s, and he attracted media coverage for his investment decisions pertaining to his "rising fortune". In 1959, he took a tour of North Africa to explore investment options in Africa. Jamal, who was twenty-nine at the time, said he had a curiosity about the homeland of his ancestors, highly influenced by his conversion to the Muslim faith
The Awakening is an album by American jazz pianist Ahmad Jamal featuring performances recorded in 1970 for the Impulse! label. Intriguing performances showing that Ahmad Jamal was continuing to evolve".
Interscope Music Publishing, In. Ahmad Music/Kendal Music/U/A Music, Inc. (ASCAP) All rights on behalf of Interscope Music Publishing, Inc. and Ahmad Music administered by WB Music Corp. Contains re-recorded bass line from song "Tyme Cube" (Fred Selden) Elusive Sounds Music (ASCAP). Marques Houston, Jerome Jones & Fernando Santos appear courtesy of Virgin Records America, Inc. ℗ 1993 Motown Record Company, .
With a beautifully economical piano style full of grace, depth, tone, and plenty of swing, Ahmad Jamal is simply one of the greatest pianists in the history of jazz, but he has been woefully underexposed, even as he has been a giant influence in the genre, on Miles Davis, for one, and Gil Evans, who flirted with Jamal's chamber jazz style
Walid Ahmad, who died three weeks later, was also wanted for questioning. He was killed outside Bankstown Central Shopping Centre on April 29. By Jennifer Smith For Daily Mail Australia. Ahmad, who was jailed in 2005 for the killing of Mayez Danny at a Greenacre wrecking yard in 2002, did not answer police's appeals to answer questions over the incident. Teresa Giudice's daughter Gia, 18, sparkles in her prom dress after news that dad Joe can stay in the US while battling deportation. Bella Hadid, Josephine Skriver and Adriana Lima lead the host of off-duty beauties preparing for Cannes Film Festival closing Heading home. after apologising for taking a dig at her man.
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- Artwork By [Art Direction] – Jonathan Clark
- Artwork By [Graphic Design] – Greta
- Co-producer – ahmad!*
- Executive Producer – Loretha Jones, Robert Townsend
- Other [A & R Direction] – Darrale Jones
- Other [Music Supervisor] – Sharon Heyward
- Producer – Kendal
- Remix – Madness 4 Real (tracks: 3 to 6)
- Written By – Ahmad A. Lewis & S.K. Gordy
NotesInterscope Music Publishing, Inc./Ahmad Music/Kendal Music/U/A Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
All rights on behalf of Interscope Music Publishing, Inc. and Ahmad Music administered by WB Music Corp.
Contains re-recorded bass line from song "Tyme Cube" (Fred Selden) Elusive Sounds Music (ASCAP).
LP version appears on "The Meteor Man" original soundtrack album available on Motown CD and Cassette 374636364-2/4.
Marques Houston, Jerome Jones & Fernando Santos appear courtesy of Virgin Records America, Inc.
℗ 1993 Motown Record Company, L.P.
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