French one-shot (from 1977) Rahmann plays in a fairly unique style, mixing fusion and Arabic flavours with a slight zeuhl feel courtesy of explosive bass lines and repetitive rhythmic patterns. Their music could be characterized as jazz fusion with zeuhl-associated musicians performing on it (Didier Lockwood and Liza Deluxe (Magma), and Gerard Prevost (Zao)). The central point of all music is Mahamad Hadi's guitar sound, heavily influenced by Mahavishnu Orchestra. Another musical layers are bouzouki and oud sounds. The mix is finished by energetic drumming, keyboards and some North African percussion. Whenever pure instrumental, it could be named as "instrumental Zeuhl" with Middle Eastern influence ( what isn't strange, whenever band's leader is of Algerian origin).
01 Atlanta 02 Nadiamina 03 Ab 04 Danse Sacrée 05 Leïla 06 Marche Funèbre - Dedicated To The Prophet 07 Marche Funèbre - Dedicated To The Prophet - Demo Version 08 Danse Sacrée - Demo Version 09 Nadiamina - Demo Version 10 Atlanta - Demo Version