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Ofra Haza: Sacred Samples

Live Review by Richard Gehr, Village Voice, The, March 1988

Ofra Haza: S.O.B.’s, New York ...

Ofra Haza: Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

Live Review by Jane Solanas, New Musical Express, April 1988

NOT A hip-hop victim in sight, and still Ofra Haza sold out the QEH. Israel's most successful pop star drew a crowd which consisted of ...

Ofra Haza: Yemen They Couldn't Hang

Interview by Caroline Sullivan, Melody Maker, May 1988

AFTER ERIC B AND RAKIM ABDUCTED HER EXOTIC VOICE FOR THEIR HIT SINGLE 'PAID IN FULL', EVERYONE KNOWS WHAT OFRA HAZA SOUNDS LIKE. CAROLINE SULLIVAN ...

Ofra Haza

Profile and Interview by Mark Dery, Elle, February 1989

"I THINK people were a little tired of rock and roll and disco," says singer Ofra Haza. "And suddenly, along came something very different, very ...

Ofra Haza: And The Wind Whispers Ofra

Interview by Christine Natanael, Reflex, February 1990

OFRA HAZA... when spoken, the name rolls lyrically from the tongue, flowing in fluid phonetics, ancient rhythmic mystical syllabications closer to the soul than to ...

Ofra Haza: Desert Wind

Review by Chuck Eddy, Rolling Stone, March 1990

'YA BE YE', the first single from Yemenite thrush Ofra Haza's Desert Wind, is a song of maternal advice, a Middle Eastern rejoinder to the ...

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