Track A1 sung by members of a religious brotherhood from Al-Ateuf, Saharan region near Ghardaia, Algeria. This track is used by Brian Eno and David Byrne for their track called "Qu'ran" from the album "My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts" (1981)
Track A2 is a Sufi ceremony performed by members of the Guneydiyah Sect from Fayoum Oasis, Egypt.
Track A3 is recorded in Sanandaj, Kurdistan, Iran.
Track A4 sung antiphonally by two groups of women in an encampment in the south of Wadi Musa, Jordan.
Track A5 is recorded in Tarif, Abu Dahbi, United Arab Emirates.
Track A6 is recorded in Daulatabad, north of Balkh, Afghanistan.
Track A7; Rasha'ida is a nomadic Arabic tribe near Nagfa, northern Red Sea area of Eritrea, Ethiopia.
Track A8 sung by a group of about 20 pearl divers from Muharraq, Bahrain.
Track B1 is recorded in Hyderabad, Deccan, India.
Track B2 is recorded in Beirut, Lebanon. This track is used by Brian Eno and David Byrne for their tracks called "Regiment" and "The Carrier" from the album "My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts" (1981) The artist name was misspelt, it should be written Dunya Yasin.
Track B3 sung by a group of Gadabursi Somali from Jijiga, Harar Province, Ethiopia.
Track B4 ; "Radha" is recorded in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. "Ga's" is recorded in the Fayoum region, Egypt.
Track B5 is recorded in Aqcha, Afghanistan.
Track B6 sung by a Sufi group of about 25 men in the Khalif's mosque in Baghdad, Iraq.