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Houari Dauphin spent his childhood between Derb and Paradis (Aïn El Turk) in his grandmother's house, his mother having died during his childhood. At the age of fifteen, Houari began singing raï in restaurants and at parties. Particularly attracted to music and singing at an early age, he enrolled at the Oran Conservatory to familiarize himself with musical scales. He then went on to perform his first concerts. Young and ambitious, the wedding parties organized in the city and surrounding villages held no secrets for him. Each time, he was invited to sing with his small orchestra. As his confidence grew, Houari dauphin's reputation and career took off. In 1996, when he was also performing in a discotheque called "Le dauphin rose", from which he took the nickname Dauphin, he released his first album, with lyrics written by Aziz Gourbali, while the compositions bore his signature. In almost ten years, he has released some forty cassettes. His best-known titles are Kif ray ihabalni and Mamamiya, released in 1997, Wili wili ma daret fiya chira, released in 1999, Nekri l'oumri fe Sheraton, released in 2001, Chal nebghi n'qalach aâmri, dating from 2002, Je pense à toi, released in 2004, mhatma nkhalik, released in 2006.
Houari Dauphin spent his childhood between Derb and Paradis (Aïn El Turk) in his grandmother's house, his mother having died during his childhood. At the age of fifteen, Houari began singing raï in restaurants and at parties. Particularly attracted to music and singing at an early age, he enrolled at the Oran Conservatory to familiarize himself with musical scales. He then went on to perform his first concerts. Young and ambitious, the wedding parties organized in the city and surrounding villages held no secrets for him. Each time, he was invited to sing with his small orchestra. As his confidence grew, Houari dauphin's reputation and career took off. In 1996, when he was also performing in a discotheque called "Le dauphin rose", from which he took the nickname Dauphin, he released his first album, with lyrics written by Aziz Gourbali, while the compositions bore his signature. In almost ten years, he has released some forty cassettes. His best-known titles are Kif ray ihabalni and Mamamiya, released in 1997, Wili wili ma daret fiya chira, released in 1999, Nekri l'oumri fe Sheraton, released in 2001, Chal nebghi n'qalach aâmri, dating from 2002, Je pense à toi, released in 2004, mhatma nkhalik, released in 2006.
5425019298067
Houari Dauphin - Mazalma Brit Meli Kwak

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Format: CD
Label: KURONEKO
Rel. Date: 12/01/2023
UPC: 5425019298067

Mazalma Brit Meli Kwak
Artist: Houari Dauphin
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Mazalma Brit Meli Kwak
2. Loukan Aaraft Hak Ma
3. Fin Manebdache
4. Mazel Khatri Yatmena
5. Nebki Aala Zahri
6. Avant de Me Quitter
7. Thallou Fel Waldine

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Houari Dauphin spent his childhood between Derb and Paradis (Aïn El Turk) in his grandmother's house, his mother having died during his childhood. At the age of fifteen, Houari began singing raï in restaurants and at parties. Particularly attracted to music and singing at an early age, he enrolled at the Oran Conservatory to familiarize himself with musical scales. He then went on to perform his first concerts. Young and ambitious, the wedding parties organized in the city and surrounding villages held no secrets for him. Each time, he was invited to sing with his small orchestra. As his confidence grew, Houari dauphin's reputation and career took off. In 1996, when he was also performing in a discotheque called "Le dauphin rose", from which he took the nickname Dauphin, he released his first album, with lyrics written by Aziz Gourbali, while the compositions bore his signature. In almost ten years, he has released some forty cassettes. His best-known titles are Kif ray ihabalni and Mamamiya, released in 1997, Wili wili ma daret fiya chira, released in 1999, Nekri l'oumri fe Sheraton, released in 2001, Chal nebghi n'qalach aâmri, dating from 2002, Je pense à toi, released in 2004, mhatma nkhalik, released in 2006.
        
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