Talal Maddah (1940–2000) (Arabic: طلال مدَّاح) was a well-known Saudi musician and composer. He was named Maddah after his mother’s family. His fans coined him the nickname the Earth’s voice (Arabic: صوت الارض), and he is also known as “The Golden Throat” (Arabic: الحنجرة الذهبية). His artistic excellence won him an immense influence over 20th century-Arabian culture.

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