Salim Nourallah’s “Snowing In My Heart” (Tapete Records, Dec. 4) plus a podcast about the new record, bonus songs and a video for “1978″)

Why the hell does the Dallas, Texas native Salim Nourallah have to release his records on the German label Tapete Records. It’s a good label, but it’s in Germany for Christ’s sake. Can’t some great local label (yes I’m talking to you New West, Compadre, Peek-A-Boo and Idol) sign Salim so he doesn’t have to have his records available at import prices. Between Faris, Salim and The Nourallah Brothers I’ve shed a lot of ink on these guys. But I love their work, it reminds me (if I would have been alive at the time) of classic 70′s AOR radio.

Anyway, starting December 4 you can pick up his new record, Snowing In My Heart, from Tapete Records. Here’s a podcast from Salim all about the new record.

Don’t Be Afraid

Bonus songs in case you missed them in the past plus a great video of the song “1978″

All Waste The Days
1978
A Way To Your Heart

“1978″

One Response to “Salim Nourallah’s “Snowing In My Heart” (Tapete Records, Dec. 4) plus a podcast about the new record, bonus songs and a video for “1978″)”

  1. ross says:

    Thanks so much for this, 1978 is a feckin TUNE !!!! I love the album…i love the way 1978 starts in the right ear and then kicks in, killer shiat…i’m gonna post about this guy today, thanks !!