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Days of Song and Sorrow (Roozhaye Taraneh Va Andouh)

Faramarz Aslani

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Album Review

With lyrics in Persian and music that ranges from torch song to flamenco, Faramarz Aslani's album, Days of Song and Sorrow is a strange mix. Drawing inspiration from great Persian poets like Attar, his songs deal with carnal and spiritual love, and his often passionate singing is a good match for the subject matter. It is primarily an album of solo guitar and vocals with occasional support from a small crew of international musicians. While the album is not a masterpiece, there is an interesting fusion of cultures here and Aslani does a good job of presenting music that both honors his native Iran and allows space for the inclusion of new ideas.

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Great Music!

This is some of the best persian music I have heard.

Aslani's best album

Aslani is the best Persian artist out there. This is Aslani's best album. Better even than delmashghulihayi

Biography

Born: Tehran, Iran

Genre: World

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Faramarz Aslani's stylish guitar playing and singing has made numerous fans and followers for him. He has been one of the most respected musicians among Iranians since he introduced himself by his hit song "Ageh Ye Rooz..." (If One Day...). Through 35 years he has made, produced, and performed...
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