Beirut, a flower out of its season, her beauty, her good old days, what an end and what a waste it withers.
The beauties are the relatives "A rainbow neighbors".
There is no hope left, that's how it went, the camel kneeled, his leg was sealed.
Beirut, a flower out of its season, her beauty, her good old days, what an end what a waste it withers. Stop your bell-sounding your clangs and your bleeps.
Her unique vision is fully realized in her upcoming second solo album, provisionally entitled "Al Jamilat" ("The Beautiful Ones"), which she jointly produced with UK producers Luke Smith (Foals, Depeche Mode, Lily Allen) and Leo Abrahams (Brian Eno, Carl Barät), and recorded with contributions from NY musicians Shahzad Ismaily (Laurie Anderson, Lou Reed, John Zorn, Marc Ribot) and Sonic Youth's Steve Shelley.
While Yasmine's vocals are definitely connected to traditions of Arabic music (to which she takes an unconventional and fresh approach), the structures and arrangements of the songs are very remote from its codes, and take in elements from contemporary Western electronic, pop and folk music.
The spring for Arabs is here You're crusty, you're being grumpy.