Hello Guys, I was wondering after reading Brian Jones biography, and discovering this record of him. Which is a record he did in the northern part of Morocco in 1968, which is traditional North African music (not arabic) music. Funny thing, is here in France northern African music grew in popularity later (mid 70's-80's) due to important diaspora. And it was not so much known outside people coming from these part of the World. Along with the Sitar, which he played on Paint it black, it shows interest in traditional music and willingness to export it (or doing some artistic work on it). Which is the main difference with the Beatles who mainly had the Indian influence. Sadness he passed away so young, he's future might have been closer to World music than rock ? Along with the Beatles and Clapton (Reggae influences) is he the first to get Real interest in World Music ? Nowadays it's easy to fill World music influence, especially in EDM, back in 1968, that's a whole different experience.