Reviews

Berkeleyside

March 12, 2011 

http://www.berkeleyside.com/2011/05/12/out-in-berkeley-berbers-rising-with-moh-alileche/

"Singing in Tamazight, the indigenous language of the Amazigh (or “free people,” better known in the West as Berbers), Alileche performs his arrangements of traditional songs and originals, which alternate between achingly nostalgic descriptions of Kabylia and laments for his people’s continuing oppression." -Andrew Gilbert 

Earball Media

February 20, 2005 

http://www.earball.net/spintheglobe/reviews_data_2005/02_05.htm

"Moh Alileche serves as something of a musical ambassador, calling attention to his people's plight with sadly beautiful music." -Scott Allan Stevens

 

San Francisco Chronicle

November 21, 2002 

http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Protest-songs-from-Algeria-via-Berkeley-Moh-2715734.php

"Many songs on Moh Alileche's new album evoke rich images of his native Algeria. He even went back to his homeland to record the music, but the Berkeley musician hasn't created a romanticized paean to life there." -Jonathan Curiel 

San Francisco Chronicle

May 21, 2000

Harmonic Convergence / S.F. World Music Festival showcases some of the best musicians on the planet

"Alileche is well-known to those who love North African music, but he is still a well-kept secret to other world-music fans." -Jonathan Curiel