Zaar

Album: Shaking The Tree (1990)

Songfacts®:

  • This is an instrumental Gabriel built around an Egyptian rhythm he liked. He slowed down the tempo.

Comments: 2

  • Rick from Columbus, GaThis song always makes me think of Peter the Great. It's really a moving tribute to the power of absolute rulers.
  • Peter from Sydney, AustraliaThis song was originally recorded in 1989 and on the "Passion" album.
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