J. Murish - La Lis  
 
La Lis music is considered to be mystical. It is usually done by Morocco and the outer Sahara Africa and later became part of the culture of different shamanistic diasporas in Northern Africa. Do not serve La Lis law, which is due to follow in the African diaspora, Brazil, Cuba, Haiti and other mythical traditions in Africa and parts of a similar nature and animistic traditions. The center of the cult of " La Lis" so-called ( paraphernalia ), " derdeba " is called night vision . This is the spirit of the seventh ows, reminiscent of the almost 100 songs. J. Murish especially, that is , shortly before the month of Ignatio, there is a "La Lis" community will take place.


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