Leily Nahary

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Leily Nahary
ليلي نهاري
Leily-Nahary-album.jpg
Studio album by Amr Diab
Released 2004
Recorded 2003/2004
Genre Arabic Pop
Length 36:39
Label Rotana
Amr Diab chronology
Allem Alby
(2003)
Leily Nahary
(2004)
Kammel Kalamak
(2005)

Leily Nahary (in Arabic ليلي نهاري) (often varied as Leily Nhary, Leily Nehary) is Amr Diab's album released in the summer of 2004 after much anticipation. The album contains 10 tracks as listed below, with one music video for "Leily Nehary", which was directed by Cameron Casey. The album was 2004's biggest release in Egypt and many Arab countries, and marked the first album that Amr Diab recorded with Rotana since leaving Mohsen Gaber's Alam El Phan shortly before. The Album broke many records and became Rotana's highest selling album of all-time.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Leily Nahary" – ليلي نهاري - 4:04
  2. "Wahashteeny" – وحشتيني - 3:55
  3. "Tensa Wahda" – تنسى واحدة - 4:22
  4. "Khad Alby Ma'ah" – خذ قلبي معاه - 4:01
  5. "Yedo' Elbab" – يدق الباب - 3:30
  6. "Dyman Fe Baly" – دايما في بالي - 3:45
  7. "Khallina Neshofak" - خلينا نشوفك – 3:59
  8. "Osad Einy" – قصاد عيني - 4:22
  9. "Ella Heyya" – الا هيا - 3:41
  10. "Rihet Elhabayeb" – ريحة الحبايب - 3:14

Credits[edit]

  • Amr Diab - Composer, Vocals
  • Amr Mostafa - Composer
  • Mohamed Rahim - Composer
  • Mohamed Yehia - Composer
  • Ayman Bahgat Qamar - Lyricist
  • Bahaa El-Din Mohamed - Lyricist
  • Khaled Mounier - Lyricist
  • Nader Abdallah - Lyricist
  • Magdy El-Naggar - Lyricist
  • Nader Hamdi - Music Producer
  • Tarek Tawakkol - Music Producer
  • Yehia El-Moogy - Violins
  • Ahmed Abd-Elfattah - Accordion
  • Farouk Mohsen - Accordion
  • Photography - Khaled Roshdey
  • Rotana - Label