Eh Fi Amal

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Eh Fi Amal
Fairuz - Eh Fi Amal.jpg
Studio album by Fairuz
Released 2010
Recorded 2003-2010
Genre Arabic, world
Length 45:58
Label Fairuz Productions
Producer Ziad Rahbani
Fairuz chronology
Wala Keef
(2001)Wala Keef2001
Eh Fi Amal
(2010)

Eh Fi Amal (Arabic: إيه في أمل‎‎‎ meaning "Yes There Is Hope") is the ninety-ninth and most recent album by the Lebanese diva Fairuz, released October 6, 2010 in Lebanon and the following day in the rest of the world.

The album follows the massive success of its first two singles "Kal Kyel" (Someone Said) and "Kissa Sighery Kteer" (Very Short Story), which were sent to radio a month before the album's release. It also includes two previously unreleased songs.

The album was a massive critical and commercial success, marking yet another highlight in her career/collaboration with her composer son Ziad Rahbani. It is also a return to studio after years of live album releases.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Al Ayel" (4:42)
  2. "Ossa Zghiri Ktir" (4:37)
  3. "Kel Mal Haki" (3:23)
  4. "Kbiril Mazha Hay" (6:00)
  5. "Allah Kbir" (4:22)
  6. "Al Ardou Lakoum" (2:09)
  7. "Ma Chawart Hali" (3:04)
  8. "Diar Bakr" (3:24)
  9. "El Bint El Chalabiya" (3:02)
  10. "Eh Fi Amal" (4:16)
  11. "Bektob Asamihon" (2:43)
  12. "Tal El Zaatar" (4:20)

The album was not released in Saudi Arabia because none of the local production companies agreed to publish it inside the country. Thus the Album didn't chart, however, despite the album not being available fans downloaded the album heavily on the internet and through illegal methods to listen to her new songs.[1]

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