I cannot add more than what Martin wrote in his review : I love Tanger (having lived in Morocco for two years), I love the movie "Only Lovers Left Alive" (watched it already three times now), and I love the compelling music on this album which is incendiary, a great genre-bending exercise of jazz, brass band and middle-eastern influences, including a great version of Misirlou, which was originally an Egyptian tune. Other well-known songs are the cover of Lebanese singer Fairuz's beautiful "Al Bint el Chalabiya".
The band is the same : Mars Williams and Dave Rempis on sax, Josh Berman on cornet, Kent Kessler on bass and Michael Zerang on drums. The cassette is by definition a little shorter than the CD, but still highly recommendable and good value for money. And if in doubt, it's a great addition to the CD.
What the Slavic Soul Party is to Balkan jazz, the Blue Lights are to Middle-Eastern jazz: not very authentic, but great fun.
For those interested, you can also download both the CD and the cassette format from Bandcamp.