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The Dam

The Dam

The Dam


The name "The Dam" is used by at least two artists. For Ron Splinter, see the part below. This part is about the Palestinian rap group Da Arabian MC's: The name can translate to’blood’ or ‘immortal’ depending on if you’re going for the hebrew or arabic meaning. DAM's music is a unique fusion of East and West, combining Arabic percussion rhythms, Middle Eastern melodies and urban Hip Hop. The lyrics of DAM are influenced by the continuing Israeli - Palestinian conflict as well as by the Palestinian struggle for freedom and equality. Read more on Last.fm
The name "The Dam" is used by at least two artists. For Ron Splinter, see the part below. This part is about the Palestinian rap group Da Arabian MC's: The name can translate to’blood’ or ‘immortal’ depending on if you’re going for the hebrew or arabic meaning. DAM's music is a unique fusion of East and West, combining Arabic percussion rhythms, Middle Eastern melodies and urban Hip Hop. The lyrics of DAM are influenced by the continuing Israeli - Palestinian conflict as well as by the Palestinian struggle for freedom and equality.

DAM also draw their influence from such controversial issues as terrorism, drugs and women’s rights. Musically they take their inspiration from both Hip Hop artists (Nas, 2Pac, Mos Def, IAM, NTM, Saian Supa Crew, MBS etc.) and Arabic music (Marcel Khalifa,Kazem Saher,George Wassouf, Majda al Romi etc.) "The legendary Ron Splinter, guitar player, songwriter and co-leader with Wally Tax of the monumental Outsiders, is back doing what he does best; playing thunderous rhythm and solo guitar in his unique way and writing songs. He has found a new partner in crime, singer-songwriter Jerry Turner, who played in famous local bands. Together they turn out one catchy rock song after another.

They recruited the wonderful Jim Pacobs on organ plus Fat Pete and Ruud van Meerlant, one of the most powerful rhythm section around. They are called The Dam, because they want to make it clear that they are from Amsterdam. Their roots may lie in the sixties but their songs, their playing and production are in the here and now." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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