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Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz - The Road mp3 download

Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz - The Road mp3 download

Performer: Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz
Title: The Road
Location: Macedonia, Bulgaria
Duration: 48:48
Size MP3 version: 1332 mb
Size FLAC version: 1820 mb
Size WMA version: 1513 mb
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Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz - The Road mp3 download


Mamak Khadem – voice Jorge Strunz & Ardeshir Farah – nylon-string guitars Mehdi Bagheri – kamancheh Yoed Nir – cello Benjamin Wittman – percussion Pezhham Akhavass – tombak Jamshied Sharifi – keyboards, bass.

Album: Tales of Two Guitars (2018). Artists: Strunz & Farah, Jorge Strunz, Ardeshir Farah.

Ardeshir Farah, Cinelu Khadem, Mamak Khadem, Jorge Strunz.

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Top Songs By Mamak Khadem. 1. A Thousand Strings. 452. 3. Bigharar/Restless Yearning. 211. 5. Jostojoo/Forever Seeking. 144. 6. Baz Amadam/The Return. 147. 7. Khadem: Those Eyes. Mino Cinelu & Mehdi Bagheri & Ardeshir Farah & Jorge Strunz & Mamak Khadem & Agusev Dzambo Orkestar. 123. 8. Flaming Sun. Mamak Khadem

Mamak Khadem – voice Special Guests: Jorge Strunz & Ardeshir Farah – nylon-string guitars Mehdi Bagheri – kamancheh Yoed Nir – cello Benjamin Wittman – percussion Pezhham Akhavass – tombak Jamshied Sharifi – keyboards, bass. Mamak Khadem – voice, zils Ivan Chardakov– gaida Iva Gidikova, Yanka Atmadjova,Yvanka Paunova,Petya Panayoyova – Bulgarian voices, hand claps Anders Boström – bamboo flutes Mehdi Bagheri – kamancheh Marc Copely – mandolins & acoustic guitar Benjamin Wittman – percussion Jamshied Sharifi – keyboards, bass, tambur. Mamak Khadem – voice Special Guest: Mino Cinelu – udu Mehdi Bagheri – kamancheh Sahba Motallebi – shoorangiz Yoed Nir – cello Marc Copely – acoustic & electric guitars Mino Cinelu – udu Jamshied Sharifi – accordion, bass.

Mamak Khadem (vocals), Jorge Strunz (guitar), Ardeshir Farah (steel-string guitar), Mehdi Bagheri (kamanche), Mino Cinelu (percussion), Pezhham Akhavass (percussion). Agusev Dzambo Orkestar, Bulgaria's Pazardjik Ensemble. Release Date: 28th Aug 2015. Catalogue No: INNOVA921.

The Road, Mamak Khadem's newest project, continues a journey started with her first solo album Jostojoo (Forever Seeking). For The Road, Mamak traveled far and wide to forge dynamic collaborations with guitarists Jorge Strunz & Ardeshir Farah (Moods and Visions/Americas), jazz percussionist Mino Cinelu (Quest Journey), Macedonian brass band Agusevi Dzambo Orkestar, members of Bulgaria’s Pazardjik Ensemble, Persian musicians Pezhham Akhavass (The Sky at Dawn) and Mehdi Bagheri and many more.

Help Mamak Finish Her Album THE ROAD’ on Indiegogo. The show brought ten female vocalists, a music band, and a choir together in support of women’s voices in music, threatened, censored, and suppressed in some parts of the world.

Mamak Khadem ‎– The Road. Label: Innova Recordings ‎– innova 921. Format: CD, Album, Digipack. Design – Mher Vahakn. Liner Notes – Ronda Berkeley. Voice – Mamak Khadem.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 A Thousand Strings Jorge Strunz Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz 5:13
2 Romance Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz 5:26
3 Do, Don't Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz 5:10
4 Flaming Sun Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz 4:59
5 High Sea Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz 3:34
6 Little Gem Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz 3:44
7 Stardust Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz 5:15
8 Navaii Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz 2:29
9 Pledge Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz 3:51
10 Hunstman Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz 4:17
11 Those Eyes Ardeshir Farah / Cinelu Khadem / Mamak Khadem / Jorge Strunz 4:50

Credits

Dzambo Agusev - Brass Arrangement, Trumpet
Dzemal Agusev - Trumpet
Koco Agusev - Trumpet
Pezhham Akhavass - Daf, Drums, Tombak
Yanka Atmadjova - Handclapping, Vocals
Mehdi Bagheri - Arranger, Kamanche
Ronda Berkely - Liner Notes
Philip Blackburn - Director
Anders Bostrom - Bamboo Flute, Flute (Alto)
Orfej Cakalovski - Percussion
Chris Campbell - Director
Ivan Chardakov - Clarinet, Gaita
Marc Copely - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Mandolin
Elvijan Demirovski - Horn (Alto)
Sukri Dzevatov - Helicon
Ardeshir Farah - Primary Artist
Dzafer Fazliov - Horn (Tenor)
Iva Gidikova - Handclapping, Vocals
Ramesh Kannan - Tabla
Cinelu Khadem - Primary Artist
Mamak Khadem - Arranger, Brass Arrangement, Executive Producer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Sofia Labropoulou - Arranger
Steve McPherson - Publicity
Sahba Motallebi - Setar, Tambourine, Tar
Sunaj Mustafov - Trumpet
Redzep Nedzatov - Drums
Yoed Nir - Cello, Cello Arrangement, Electric Cello
Petya Panayoyova - Handclapping, Vocals
Yvanka Paunova - Handclapping, Vocals
Jamshied Sharifi - Accordion, Arranger, Bass, Cello Arrangement, Keyboards, Mixing, Producer, String Arrangements, Tambur
Strunz - Primary Artist
Jorge Strunz - Composer, Primary Artist
Afif Taian - Oud
Dafer Tawil - Riqq
Mher Vahakn - Cover Design
Andy VanDette - Mastering
Benjamin Wittman - Percussion
Mustafa Zejnelov - Horn (Alto)
Ali Zekirov - Horn (Alto)
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Mamak Khadem defies categorization. Born in Iran and rooted in Persian classical styles, she has also studied North Indian and Balkan traditions. Resettled in Los Angeles, she spent 10 years as lead singer for Axiom of Choice, a Persian-western fusion group. The Road, her second solo album, is less a blending than a radiant mosaic, exploring Iranian majority and minority cultures, Balkan folk and Andalusian classical music. Amid a diverse collection of artists who are literally world class is Khadem’s soulful and supple voice. "A Thousand Strings," which she performs in Farsi and Serbian, pairs a Serbian melody with lyrics by a 13th-century Persian poet and Sufi mystic: “Your love awakened the music in me/At times I am the harp, at times the lute/You are the heart of my night and my day." One album co-star is the Džambo Agušev Orchestra, a Macedonian brass ensemble, which provides sumptuous accompaniment for "Those Eyes," which Khadem sings in Kurdish; they also back the equally festive "Do, Don’t," sung in Farsi. Other outstanding tracks include "High Sea," sung in Gilaki (spoken on Iran’s Caspian shore) about a lovelorn man caught in a storm; and “Romance," featuring a Baluchi melody sung in Farsi and supported by a Bulgarian chorus. Though she has too many facets for the usual music categories, Khadem does fit a modest but tangible term she uses to describe herself—“nomad.” She’s definitely worth following.