Aky — Akram Banaee
Download Aky — Akram Banaee
Pressed in USA by Soundex, imprint of the Chamanara brothers of Music Box, Los Angeles. Year not listed.
# Akram "Aky" Banaee; Folk Music; Full Albums; Gol-e-Pamchal; LP; Music; Rashid Khan; Tehrangeles / Irangeles; Women
Shusha — From East to West (1978)
Download Shusha — From East to West (1978)
# 1978; Darius Guppy; Folk Music; Full Albums; LP; Music; Shusha Guppy; Sophistocated Blends of the Best of East and West; Women
Fariborz Lachini & Simin Ghadiri — Avaz Faslha va Rangha (1976)
Aftab Matab, by Fariborz Lachini & Simin Ghadiri
Sefid, by Fariborz Lachini & Simin Ghadiri1976; Children's; Full Albums; Kanoon; Music
Fataneh — Salar (1993)
Fataneh — Chekonam
Fataneh — Bahar
Download Fataneh — Salar (1993) here# 1993; Fataneh; Full Albums; Persian Allure
Morteza — Darougheh (1991)
Download Moretza — Darougheh (1991) Here# 1991; Beshkan; Folk Music; Full Albums; Morteza; Music; Notable Eyebrows; Notable Moustache(s); Pop Music; Youtube
Suren — Raqs Sheikhani
Download Suren — Raqs Sheikhani here# 818; Accordian; Ahangrooz; Assyrian; Cassettes; Deaths; Folk Music; Full Albums; mp3; Music; Sooren Alexander; Urmia; Vigen
Kourosh Yaghmaei — Arayeshe Khorshid (1980)
|Yaghmaei renditions of folk songs.
1. Havar havar
Too Much Melisma
Marzieh, Morteza Mahjubi and Adib Khwansari at Radio Studio, Tehran.
Seated (right to left): Ahmad Ebrahimi, Bizhan Taraqqi, Hosayn Tehrani, Parviz Yahaqqi. Second row: Solayman Amir-Qasemi, Farhang Sharif, Zabih Malekpur, Mortaz? Mahjubi, Ebrahim Sahba, Sadeq Sarmad. Above Mortaza Mahjubi: Nabizadeh (Toyuri).
The Golha (‘Flowers of Persian Song and Music’) comprise 1400 radio programs consisting of approximately 886 hours of programs broadcast over a period of 23 years – from 1956 through 1979. These programs are made up of literary commentary with the declamation of poetry, which is sung with musical accompaniment, interspersed with solo musical pieces. For the 23 years that these programs were broadcast, all the most eminent literary critics, famous radio announcers, singers, composers and musicians in Iran were invited to participate in them. The programs were not only exemplars of excellence in the sphere of music but highly ornate and refined examples of literary expression, making use of a repertoire of over two hundred classical and modern Persian poets, thus setting literary and musical standards that are still looked up to with admiration in Iran today and referred to as an encyclopedia of Persian music and poetry.
Read full paper Flowers of Persian Song and Music: Davud Pirnia and the Genesis of the Golha Programs [pdf]
Download (my favourite) Barg-e Sabz CD featuring:
Barge Sabz 28 (tracks 1, 2, 3)
Navazandegan: Parviz Yahaghi, Jalil Shahnaz, Salim Farzan, Naser Eftetah, Jahangir Malek
Ashaar: Ataar, Molavi, Eraghi
Barge Sabz 63 (tracks 4, 5, 6)
Navazandegan: Habiballah Badiei, Jalil Shahnaz, Naser Eftetah
Ashaar: Ataar, Hafez, Eraghi
Dastgah: Avaze Bayat Esfahan
Barge Sabz 19 (tracks 7, 8 )
Khanandeh: Taaj Esfahani
Navazandegan: Jalil Shahnaz, Hasan Kasaei, Naser Eftetah
Ashaar: Ataar, Eraghi, Hafez
Faramarz Payvar & Ensemble: Classical Music of Iran (1974)Full Albums; Music; Santoor; Traditonal Music
Shohreh — Mix (1992)
Download Shohreh — Mix (1992)
Shohreh — Sheytoonak
Shohreh — Yavashaki# 1992; Dance Music; Full Albums; Music; Pars Video; Pop Music; Shohreh
Pari Zanganeh — The Series of Music for Young Adults (1976)
Re-release of Pari Zanganeh Kanoon recording of folk songs done in Pari Zanganeh style.
Download here# 1976; Barun Baruneh; Dey Balal; Folk Music; Full Albums; Kanoon; LP; Mastom Mastom; Music; Pari Zanganeh; Rashid Khan
Dariush Dolat-Shahi — Garden of Butterflies (1994)
Older Dolat-Shahi stuff here# 1994; Buchla Synthesizer; Folk Music; Full Albums; Mastom Mastom; Music; Sophistocated Blends of the Best of East and West
Toofan — Sara (1991)1991; 818; Folk Music; Full Albums; Kraftwerk; Music; Notable Moustache(s); Pars Video; Pop Music; Tehrangeles / Irangeles
Fearless Iranians From Hell — S/T (1986)Full Albums; Hardcore; Mark Owens; Music; Punk; Texas; Thrash
Moe Barbari — when the eyes cry (1996)
Not a whole lot is known about Moe Barbari. One day this demo CD arrived in the PO Box of Vinyl Communications Records, a punk/experimental label run by my friend Bob Barley. It became an immediate smash hit with at least several of us! “Let Me Be Your Man” is the standout track. Strained Iranian vocals and crappy Roland general midi synth arrangements. What’s not to like? I think Bob tried to contact Moe about putting out the CD on VC, but he never heard back from him.
Download here.# 1996; Full Albums; MIDI; Music; UbuWeb