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''Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Jajouka'' [[note]]Originally the last word was "Joujouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below.[[/note]] is the debut and only live album by Music/BrianJones and the debut live album by The Master Musicians of Jajouka, released in 1971. Jones, who was best known as a founding member of Music/TheRollingStones, died in 1969 before this album was given a release. As a result it's the only album Jones ever recorded solo (discounting the soundtrack to the film ''Film/ADegreeOfMurder'') and also the [[SoloSideProject only one he did outside the band]].

Interestingly enough it's not a rock album, but a collaboration with the Moroccan group The Master Musicians of Jajouka, who play [[WorldMusic traditional music]]. Brian Jones was introduced to the group by painter/novelist Brion Gysin and author Creator/PaulBowles, who often spent time in Morocco. He liked the music and recorded it on a portable recorder. Back in London he trimmed the length of these hours long mesmerising and hypnotic songs and added stereo phasing, echo and other effects. Apart from that he kept the music as authentic as possible, even refraining from singing or playing on it himself. So it's actually more a Master Musicians of Jajouka album [[BillingDisplacement than a Brian Jones album]].

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''Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Jajouka'' [[note]]Originally the last word was "Joujouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below.[[/note]] is the debut and only live album by Music/BrianJones and the debut live album by The the Master Musicians of Jajouka, released in 1971. Jones, who was best known as a founding member of Music/TheRollingStones, died in 1969 before this album was given a release. As a result it's the only album Jones ever recorded solo (discounting the soundtrack to the film ''Film/ADegreeOfMurder'') and also the [[SoloSideProject only one he did outside the band]].

Interestingly enough it's not a rock album, but a collaboration with the Moroccan group The the Master Musicians of Jajouka, who play [[WorldMusic traditional music]]. Brian Jones was introduced to the group by painter/novelist Brion Gysin and author Creator/PaulBowles, who often spent time in Morocco. He liked the music and recorded it on a portable recorder. Back in London he trimmed the length of these hours long mesmerising and hypnotic songs and added stereo phasing, echo and other effects. Apart from that he kept the music as authentic as possible, even refraining from singing or playing on it himself. So it's actually more a Master Musicians of Jajouka album [[BillingDisplacement than a Brian Jones album]].


''Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Jajouka'' [[note]]Originally the last word was "Joujouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below.[[/note]] is the debut and only live album by Music/BrianJones and the debut live album by The Master Musicians Of Jajouka, released in 1971. Jones, who was best known as a founding member of Music/TheRollingStones, died in 1969 before this album was given a release. As a result it's the only album Jones ever recorded solo (discounting the soundtrack to the film ''Film/ADegreeOfMurder'') and also the [[SoloSideProject only one he did outside the band]].

Interestingly enough it's not a rock album, but a collaboration with the Moroccan group the Master Musicians of Jajouka, who play [[WorldMusic traditional music]]. Brian Jones was introduced to the group by painter/novelist Brion Gysin and author Creator/PaulBowles, who often spent time in Morocco. He liked the music and recorded it on a portable recorder. Back in London he trimmed the length of these hours long mesmerising and hypnotic songs and added stereo phasing, echo and other effects. Apart from that he kept the music as authentic as possible, even refraining from singing or playing on it himself. So it's actually more a Master Musicians of Jajouka album [[BillingDisplacement than one by him]].

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''Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Jajouka'' [[note]]Originally the last word was "Joujouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below.[[/note]] is the debut and only live album by Music/BrianJones and the debut live album by by The Master Musicians Of of Jajouka, released in 1971. Jones, who was best known as a founding member of Music/TheRollingStones, died in 1969 before this album was given a release. As a result it's the only album Jones ever recorded solo (discounting the soundtrack to the film ''Film/ADegreeOfMurder'') and also the [[SoloSideProject only one he did outside the band]].

Interestingly enough it's not a rock album, but a collaboration with the Moroccan group the The Master Musicians of Jajouka, who play [[WorldMusic traditional music]]. Brian Jones was introduced to the group by painter/novelist Brion Gysin and author Creator/PaulBowles, who often spent time in Morocco. He liked the music and recorded it on a portable recorder. Back in London he trimmed the length of these hours long mesmerising and hypnotic songs and added stereo phasing, echo and other effects. Apart from that he kept the music as authentic as possible, even refraining from singing or playing on it himself. So it's actually more a Master Musicians of Jajouka album [[BillingDisplacement than one by him]].a Brian Jones album]].


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''Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Jajouka'' [[note]]Originally the last word was "Joujouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below.[[/note]] is the debut and only live album by Music/BrianJones and the debut live album by The Master Musicians Of Jajouka, released in 1971. Jones, who was best known as a founding member of Music/TheRollingStones, died in 1969 before this album was given a release. As a result it's the only album Brian Jones ever recorded solo (discounting the soundtrack to the film ''Film/ADegreeOfMurder'') and also the [[SoloSideProject only one he did outside the band]].

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''Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Jajouka'' [[note]]Originally the last word was "Joujouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below.[[/note]] is the debut and only live album by Music/BrianJones and the debut live album by The Master Musicians Of Jajouka, released in 1971. Jones, who was best known as a founding member of Music/TheRollingStones, died in 1969 before this album was given a release. As a result it's the only album Brian Jones ever recorded solo (discounting the soundtrack to the film ''Film/ADegreeOfMurder'') and also the [[SoloSideProject only one he did outside the band]].


* BrownEyes and WhatBeautifulEyes: "Your Eyes Are Like A Cup Of Tea".

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* BrownEyes and %%* WhatBeautifulEyes: "Your Eyes Are Like A Cup Of Tea".


'''''Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Jajouka''''' [[note]]Originally the last word was "Joujouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below.[[/note]] is the debut and only live album by Music/BrianJones and the debut live album by The Master Musicians Of Jajouka, released in 1971. Jones, who was best known as a founding member of Music/TheRollingStones, died in 1969 before this album was given a release. As a result it's the only album Brian Jones ever recorded solo (discounting the soundtrack to the film ''Film/ADegreeOfMurder'') and also the [[SoloSideProject only one he did outside the band]].

Interestingly enough it's not a rock album, but a collaboration with the Moroccan group the Master Musicians Of Jajouka, who play [[WorldMusic traditional music]]. Brian Jones was introduced to the group by painter/novelist Brion Gysin and author Creator/PaulBowles, who often spent time in Morocco. He liked the music and recorded it on a portable recorder. Back in London he trimmed the length of these hours long mesmerising and hypnotic songs and added stereo phasing, echo and other effects. Apart from that he kept the music as authentic as possible, even refraining from singing or playing on it himself. So it's actually more a Master Musicians Of Jajouka album [[BillingDisplacement than one by him]].

''Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Jajouka'' is significant for bringing North African and Middle Eastern music to the attention of the rest of the world. Even renowned jazz musician Music/OrnetteColeman came to discover the Master Musicians Of Joujouka thanks to this record and incorporated the sounds on his own albums. Music/TheRollingStones invited the Master Musicians Of Jajouka featuring Bachir Attar to record the track "Continental Drift" on their album ''Music/SteelWheels'' in 1989 - two decades after the passing of Jones. It's also an early predecessor of {{Trance}} music.

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'''''Brian ''Brian Jones Presents The the Pipes Of of Pan At Jajouka''''' at Jajouka'' [[note]]Originally the last word was "Joujouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below.[[/note]] is the debut and only live album by Music/BrianJones and the debut live album by The Master Musicians Of Jajouka, released in 1971. Jones, who was best known as a founding member of Music/TheRollingStones, died in 1969 before this album was given a release. As a result it's the only album Brian Jones ever recorded solo (discounting the soundtrack to the film ''Film/ADegreeOfMurder'') and also the [[SoloSideProject only one he did outside the band]].

Interestingly enough it's not a rock album, but a collaboration with the Moroccan group the Master Musicians Of of Jajouka, who play [[WorldMusic traditional music]]. Brian Jones was introduced to the group by painter/novelist Brion Gysin and author Creator/PaulBowles, who often spent time in Morocco. He liked the music and recorded it on a portable recorder. Back in London he trimmed the length of these hours long mesmerising and hypnotic songs and added stereo phasing, echo and other effects. Apart from that he kept the music as authentic as possible, even refraining from singing or playing on it himself. So it's actually more a Master Musicians Of of Jajouka album [[BillingDisplacement than one by him]].

''Brian Jones Presents The the Pipes Of of Pan At at Jajouka'' is significant for bringing North African and Middle Eastern music to the attention of the rest of the world. Even renowned jazz musician Music/OrnetteColeman came to discover the Master Musicians Of Joujouka thanks to this record and incorporated the sounds on his own albums. Music/TheRollingStones invited the Master Musicians Of Jajouka featuring Bachir Attar to record the track "Continental Drift" on their album ''Music/SteelWheels'' in 1989 - two decades after the passing of Jones. It's also an early predecessor of {{Trance}} music.


'''''Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Jajouka''''' [[note]]Originally the last word was "Joujouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below.[[/note]] is the debut and only live album by Music/BrianJones and the debut live album by The Master Musicians Of Jajouka, released in 1971. Jones, who was best known as a founding member of Music/TheRollingStones, died in 1969 before this album was given a release. As a result it's the only album Brian Jones ever recorded solo (discounting the soundtrack to the film ''Film/ADegreeOfMurder'') and also the only [[SoloSideProject one he did outside the band]].

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'''''Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Jajouka''''' [[note]]Originally the last word was "Joujouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below.[[/note]] is the debut and only live album by Music/BrianJones and the debut live album by The Master Musicians Of Jajouka, released in 1971. Jones, who was best known as a founding member of Music/TheRollingStones, died in 1969 before this album was given a release. As a result it's the only album Brian Jones ever recorded solo (discounting the soundtrack to the film ''Film/ADegreeOfMurder'') and also the only [[SoloSideProject only one he did outside the band]].


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# "55 (Hamsa oua Hamsine)" (0:58)

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# "55 (Hamsa oua Oua Hamsine)" (0:58)


'''Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Jajouka''' [[note]] originally the last word was "Joujouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below. [[/note]] is a 1971 posthumous album by Music/BrianJones, best known as a member of Music/TheRollingStones, but who died in 1969. As a result it's the only album Brian Jones ever recorded and also the only [[SoloSideProject one outside the band]].

Interestingly enough it's not a rock album, but a collaboration with the Moroccan group the Master Musicians of Jajouka, who play [[WorldMusic traditional music]]. Brian Jones was introduced to the group by painter/novelist Brion Gysin and author Creator/PaulBowles, who often spent time in Morocco. He liked the music and recorded it on a portable recorder. Back in London he trimmed the length of these hours long mezmering and hypnotic songs and added stereo phasing, echo and other effects. Apart from that he kept the music as authentic as possible, even refraining from singing or playing on it himself. So it's actually more a Master Musicians Of Jajouka album [[BillingDisplacement than one by him]].

"Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Jajouka" is significant for bringing North African and Middle Eastern music to the attention of the rest of the world. Even renowned jazz musician Music/OrnetteColeman came to discover the Master Musicians of Joujouka thanks to this record and incorporated the sounds on his own albums. Music/TheRollingStones invited the Master Musicians of Jajouka featuring Bachir Attar to record the track "Continental Drift" on their album ''Music/SteelWheels'' (1989). It's also an early predecessor of {{Trance}} music.

'''Tracklist'''
# "55" (0:58)
# "War Song/Standing + One Half" (2:22)
# "Take Me With You, Darling, Take Me With You" (8:05)
# "Your Eyes Are Like A Cup Of Tea" (10:34)
# "I Am Calling Out" (5:54)

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'''Brian '''''Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Jajouka''' [[note]] originally Jajouka''''' [[note]]Originally the last word was "Joujouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below. [[/note]] is a 1971 posthumous the debut and only live album by Music/BrianJones, Music/BrianJones and the debut live album by The Master Musicians Of Jajouka, released in 1971. Jones, who was best known as a founding member of Music/TheRollingStones, but who died in 1969. 1969 before this album was given a release. As a result it's the only album Brian Jones ever recorded solo (discounting the soundtrack to the film ''Film/ADegreeOfMurder'') and also the only [[SoloSideProject one he did outside the band]].

Interestingly enough it's not a rock album, but a collaboration with the Moroccan group the Master Musicians of Of Jajouka, who play [[WorldMusic traditional music]]. Brian Jones was introduced to the group by painter/novelist Brion Gysin and author Creator/PaulBowles, who often spent time in Morocco. He liked the music and recorded it on a portable recorder. Back in London he trimmed the length of these hours long mezmering mesmerising and hypnotic songs and added stereo phasing, echo and other effects. Apart from that he kept the music as authentic as possible, even refraining from singing or playing on it himself. So it's actually more a Master Musicians Of Jajouka album [[BillingDisplacement than one by him]].

"Brian ''Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Jajouka" Jajouka'' is significant for bringing North African and Middle Eastern music to the attention of the rest of the world. Even renowned jazz musician Music/OrnetteColeman came to discover the Master Musicians of Of Joujouka thanks to this record and incorporated the sounds on his own albums. Music/TheRollingStones invited the Master Musicians of Of Jajouka featuring Bachir Attar to record the track "Continental Drift" on their album ''Music/SteelWheels'' (1989).in 1989 - two decades after the passing of Jones. It's also an early predecessor of {{Trance}} music.

'''Tracklist'''
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!! Tracklist:

# "55" "55 (Hamsa oua Hamsine)" (0:58)
# "War Song/Standing + One Half" Half (Kaim Oua Nos)" (2:22)
# "Take Me With You, Darling, Take Me With You" You (Dinimaak A Habibi Dinimaak)" (8:05)
# "Your Eyes Are Like A Cup Of Tea" Tea (Al Yunic Sharbouni Ate)" (10:34)
# "I Am Calling Out" Out (L'Afta)" (5:54)



'''Personnel'''
* Ahmed El Attar, Abdelslam Boukhzar and Muckthar Jagdhal: vocals, drums
* El Hadj: vocals, clapping
* Mujehid Mujdoubi: lira
* Ahmed Bouhsini, Abdelslam Errtoubi and Mohamed Mokhchan: rhaita, lira
* Abdelslam Dahnoun: drum, rhaita, lira

!! The Tropes Of Pan

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'''Personnel'''
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!!Principal Members:

* Ahmed El Attar, Abdelslam Boukhzar and Muckthar Jagdhal: vocals, Attar - drums
* El Hadj: vocals, clapping
* Mujehid Mujdoubi: lira
*
Ahmed Bouhsini, Abdelslam Errtoubi and Mohamed Mokhchan: Bouhsini - rhaita, lira
* Abdelslam Dahnoun: Boukhzar - vocals, drums
* Abdelslam Dahnoun -
drum, rhaita, lira
* Abdelslam Errtoubi - rhaita, lira
* El Hadj - vocals, clapping
* Muckthar Jagdhal - vocals, drums
* Music/BrianJones - sound effects
* Mohamed Mokhchan - rhaita, lira
* Mujehid Mujdoubi -
lira

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!! The Tropes Of PanPan:

* [[AbsenteeActor Absentee Musician]]: Despite being the only solo album officially released of his, Brian Jones doesn't actually appear on the album at all. Instead, Jones produced, edited, added some sound effects and compiled this album.



* CoversAlwaysLie: Brian Jones does not appear on the record.

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* CoversAlwaysLie: Brian Jones does not appear on the record.record, even if he is the producer.



* OneBookAuthor: This is Brian Jones only solo album ''and it doesn't even feature him!''
* PosthumousCollaboration: Subverted by the fact that all of it was recorded in 1968, but Brian Jones death a year later interrupted a possible release, which was postponed until 1971.
* RecordProducer: Brian Jones.

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* OneBookAuthor: This is Brian Jones Jones's only officially released solo album ''and it doesn't even feature him!''
* PosthumousCollaboration: Subverted by the fact that all of it was recorded in 1968, but Brian Jones Jones's death a year later interrupted a possible release, which was postponed until 1971.
* RecordProducer: Brian Jones.Music/BrianJones.


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* CrossOver: Brian Jones meets the Master Musicians Of Jajouka, even though he doesn't actually perform ''with'' them.


'''Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Jajouka''' [[note]] originally the last word was "Jajouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below. [[/note]] is a 1971 posthumous album by Music/BrianJones, best known as a member of Music/TheRollingStones, but who died in 1969. As a result it's the only album Brian Jones ever recorded and also the only [[SoloSideProject one outside the band]].

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'''Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Jajouka''' [[note]] originally the last word was "Jajouka", "Joujouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below. [[/note]] is a 1971 posthumous album by Music/BrianJones, best known as a member of Music/TheRollingStones, but who died in 1969. As a result it's the only album Brian Jones ever recorded and also the only [[SoloSideProject one outside the band]].



* The Master Musicians of Jajouka

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* The Master Musicians of Jajouka
Ahmed El Attar, Abdelslam Boukhzar and Muckthar Jagdhal: vocals, drums
* El Hadj: vocals, clapping
* Mujehid Mujdoubi: lira
* Ahmed Bouhsini, Abdelslam Errtoubi and Mohamed Mokhchan: rhaita, lira
* Abdelslam Dahnoun: drum, rhaita, lira


* AfricanChanting: North African chanting for that one.

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* AfricanChanting: AfricanChant: North African chanting for that one.

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[[caption-width-right:350:The CD reissue cover.]]

'''Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Jajouka''' [[note]] originally the last word was "Jajouka", but the title was changed in 1995 with the CD reissue to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with a similarly sounding band. See also SpellMyNameWithAnS below. [[/note]] is a 1971 posthumous album by Music/BrianJones, best known as a member of Music/TheRollingStones, but who died in 1969. As a result it's the only album Brian Jones ever recorded and also the only [[SoloSideProject one outside the band]].

Interestingly enough it's not a rock album, but a collaboration with the Moroccan group the Master Musicians of Jajouka, who play [[WorldMusic traditional music]]. Brian Jones was introduced to the group by painter/novelist Brion Gysin and author Creator/PaulBowles, who often spent time in Morocco. He liked the music and recorded it on a portable recorder. Back in London he trimmed the length of these hours long mezmering and hypnotic songs and added stereo phasing, echo and other effects. Apart from that he kept the music as authentic as possible, even refraining from singing or playing on it himself. So it's actually more a Master Musicians Of Jajouka album [[BillingDisplacement than one by him]].

"Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Jajouka" is significant for bringing North African and Middle Eastern music to the attention of the rest of the world. Even renowned jazz musician Music/OrnetteColeman came to discover the Master Musicians of Joujouka thanks to this record and incorporated the sounds on his own albums. Music/TheRollingStones invited the Master Musicians of Jajouka featuring Bachir Attar to record the track "Continental Drift" on their album ''Music/SteelWheels'' (1989). It's also an early predecessor of {{Trance}} music.

'''Tracklist'''
# "55" (0:58)
# "War Song/Standing + One Half" (2:22)
# "Take Me With You, Darling, Take Me With You" (8:05)
# "Your Eyes Are Like A Cup Of Tea" (10:34)
# "I Am Calling Out" (5:54)
# "Your Eyes Are Like A Cup Of Tea (Reprise)" (18:05)

'''Personnel'''
* The Master Musicians of Jajouka

!! The Tropes Of Pan
* AfricanChanting: North African chanting for that one.
* AlliterativeTitle: "The '''P'''ipes of '''P'''an".
* BilingualBonus: All songs are in Moroccan.
* BrownEyes and WhatBeautifulEyes: "Your Eyes Are Like A Cup Of Tea".
* CoversAlwaysLie: Brian Jones does not appear on the record.
* CutShort: Some pieces are broken off rather abruptly.
* DesignStudentsOrgasm: The album cover features Middle Eastern drawing and calligraphy.
* DroneOfDread: The chanting drones can sometimes have a haunting effect on the listener.
* EpicRocking: All tracks are very long and fade into each other making the entire album one epic long piece. And normally this music can go on for far longer, so this record only gives listeners a small impression of how epic these chants can be in real life.
* FadingIntoTheNextSong: All tracks fade into each other. At some points one can notice that another track starts, but most of the time it's all one continuous musical experience.
* GodIsLoveSongs: The music was performed at the annual Rites of Pan festival in Morocco.
* LiveAlbum: The performance is live, with some editing and additions of psychedelic effects.
* LongTitle: All titles are long, because they are translations from Arabic.
* MeaningfulRename: The CD version changed the last word in the title from "Joujouka" to "Jajouka" to avoid confusion with another Moroccan band who have the exact same name, except for a differently spelled version of the word.
* NoTitle: The original liner notes on the album didn't provide any titles. The CD-reissue added them.
* OneBookAuthor: This is Brian Jones only solo album ''and it doesn't even feature him!''
* PosthumousCollaboration: Subverted by the fact that all of it was recorded in 1968, but Brian Jones death a year later interrupted a possible release, which was postponed until 1971.
* RecordProducer: Brian Jones.
* RegionalRiff: In one way or another this entire album might be one.
* TheShowMustGoWrong: At some points we hear people coughing and scratching their throat during the performance. Outside we can vaguely hear a dog bark during that moment. The dog inside the room where the music is recorded at one point barks back, but is shushed. These were not intended to be on the recording, but Jones kept them in anyway.
* SirNotAppearingInThisTrailer: Despite Brian Jones being credited in the title he doesn't sing or perform on this album. His only additions are the phaser effects and the production. Yet it is safe to assume that many rock fans would otherwise never have listened to this album if his name wasn't on the cover.
* SoloSideProject: Jones worked on this album while still being a part of the Stones.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The original album title is "Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At '''Joujouka'''". The 1995 CD reissue changed this last word into '''Jajouka''', because there are two Moroccan folk music groups who call themselves under a similar name, one being the "Master Musicians of Jajouka" whose music was recorded by Brian Jones, the other "Master Musicians of Joujouka", who are unrelated. To avoid confusion the title was altered to the name the band uses nowadays: ''The Master Musicians of Jajouka led by Bachir Attar''.
* WorldMusic: All tracks are Moroccan FolkMusic and sang in Moroccan, but there are some PsychedelicRock influences, added by Jones afterwards.
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