The Bedouin Jerry Can Band are a group of nomadic Bedouins from the Sinai who perform Bedouin Sufi and Rabba folk songs on traditional instruments and an assortment of scavenged percussion, including jerry cans and ammunition boxes. Their perfomance includes a coffee grinder who prepares and serves coffee for the audience, reflecting the ancient links between Bedouin culture and coffee.
Their first album, Coffee Time, was released in 2007.
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