Ahmed Fakroun ‎– Mots D'Amour

Celluloid ‎– 66835-1
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Jama El F'Na
A2 Kalimat Hob
A3 Gelty
A4 Fil Moden El Kibira
B1 Love Words
B2 Soleil Soleil
B3 Ya Farhi' Bik
B4 O Ounic

Companies, etc.


Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3 307516 683510
  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Area Side A): CEL - 66835-1-A AM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Area Side B): CEL - 66835-1-B AM

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PMG005LP Ahmed Fakroun Mots D'Amour(LP, Album, RE) PMG (3) PMG005LP Austria 2016 Sell This Version
PMG005CD Ahmed Fakroun Mots D'Amour(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Dig) PMG (3) PMG005CD Austria 2016 Sell This Version
none أحمد فكرون* كلمات حب(Cass, Album, RE) Mogiphone none Egypt 1987 Sell This Version
0622355521803 أحمد فكرون* كلمات حب(CD, Album, RE) Mogiphone 0622355521803 Egypt Unknown Sell This Version


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April 26, 2017
Bought this album for the track "Ya Farhi Bik". It's listed on here but a completely different song. Very disappointing repress.


March 1, 2017
Is the version of Ya Farhi Bik on this reissue the same as this one?



May 6, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
What is this version of "Ya Farhi' Bik' on the reissue?


February 25, 2016
The Arab world back in the 70s and 80s gave us quite a few very interesting rock and pop acts. Ahmed Fakroun from Libya was one of them. Here we have his 1983 album whose title means “Words of love” in English. And in fact his kind of ethno pop seems to go deeper than just to the charts where a song like “Soleil! Soleil!” - a typical yet outstanding synthie pop / new wave anthem that would have gone well with David Bowie or Duran Duran in the early 80s - definitely would have belonged. Other tunes are more Oriental with great string arrangements and those mystical melodies only Arab and Oriental music provides. It goes forth and back with these elements. “Mots d'amour” is a rather colorful affair when it comes to 80s pop music and within the fine arrangements you will find a lot of solid handcraft from the instrumental section. Whoever worked with Ahmed Fakroun in the studio during the album production shall be praised and blessed for his talent as well. All in all this is one of the lost gems of 80s pop music which fetches prices up to 500,00 Euros for a nearly mint copy today. So for fans of cool 80s pop with a memorable edge are now able to grab a copy of this forgotten jewel. Compared to many European releases from that year “Mots d'amour” can easily match up with all of them and has the one or another outstanding evergreen on board. The sound is perfect for the time as well. So grab a copy of the reissue and make your dance party go crazy with this guy from Libya.