I am giving my opinion from a dancer's perspective. There's quite a bit of dance material in this one. Mastoom Mastoom, an old Persian love song, would be great for an entrance bit. It's upbeat and catchy, with mostly traditional intsrumentation. And the 2nd track! Ah ya Zein, an Egyptian love song, makes me wiggle in my seat! I find it hard, if not impossible, to sit through! It's a " Get up and dance " tune, for sure. There is a particularly lovely rendition of the old ( and I mean old ) Lamma Bada. There is something in it's strains that pull at the heart strings. There is also a fun rendition of the Rolling Stones' classic, Paint It Black. Gole Sangiem ( Flower of Stone ) is beautiful in a rather mournful way. Might be ok for veilwork, should a dancer wish to express a sad note in her routine. All in all, I really love this CD. The only reason I don't give it a 5 is because, as a dancer, I'd like every track on every CD to be perfect for dance routines. Well, Twa Corbies just doesn't appeal to me that way. But at least when it can't be danced to, you can have it for your listening enjoyment.