Between Dusk and Dawn is an album by Lebanese jazz musician Rabih Abou-Khalil, released in 1987 on MMP.
A1. “Dusk” (14:13)
A2. “Bat Dance” (5:31)
A3. “Nightfall” (6:37)
B1. “Ugo in Love” (3:47)
B2. “Chess With Mal” (7:31)
B3. “The Thing That Came Out of the Swamp” (4:09)
B4. “Dawn” (5:50)
B5. “And Finally…the Oasis” (6:53)
Rabih Abou-Khalil — oud, flute, cover design, producer
Charlie Mariano — soprano saxophone, alto saxophone
Glen Moore — double bass
Glen Velez — frame drums, darabukka, percussion, overtone singing
Ramesh Shotham — percussion
Christian Burchard — marimba
Michael Armann — piano
Martin Wieland — recording engineer
Walid Al-Agha — cover art
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