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Posted by Keano on 20 August 2013 - 11:47 PM
Hmmm just listened to it, thanks for sharing bro. It's a somewhat well done production musically speaking, a very typical Post-Revolution music style of Faramarz Aslani, particularly of the past 15 years, I love Aslani's voice and music (Mainly his old music) and I also believe Babak Amini is a fantastic guitar player, though the song itself IMHO lacks catchiness and sounds as if it misses a hook.
Once again you gotta love Amini's solo guitar lines, damesh garm!
Posted by AbNabatChoobi on 20 August 2013 - 05:34 PM
To hell with "virginity"! A hymen should determine if a girl is whore or pure! That is one of the most obsolete concepts in the history of civilization! a shame! A hoax that is used to degrade women with and sadly women help to preserve it as a concept!
I hope I answered your Q lollipop, welcome btw!
Q. do you wear jeans?
hihi thAnk yOu sO much pourya jaan, I just hope all men thought the way you do, for our world would have been a better place to live in and enjoy each other's companionship. and yes u perfeCtlY ansWereD my queStIoN
Oh banooye ariyayee aziz, heyfe nejabate shoma nist! Yek zane pake Irani mesle shoma mibayest mesle fereshte aapk bemaane av khod ra be hichkas bejoz shohare aghdie khod nadahad! Zan ba mard fargh darad, dont enevre forgt!
Man shakhsan arezoome ke yekrooz ba bonooye paakdamani hamchon shoma ezdevaj konam!!
do u think girls shouldn't lose their virginity before their marriage? this had been a biggest dilemma in my life recently and i know internet is not the best place to ask these kinds of questions but i am desperate for some some answers from strangers who have a neutral stand point of view.
cocke is harfe bad, no?!!
omg lololol in typo boodesh marde tanhaye shab jan, az khejalat ab shodam
dar rabete ba soaletoon ejaze mikham ke man ham be nobeye khod azatoon ye soal bekonam, mitoonam beporsam shoma chand saletoone va aya khodetoon virgin hastin? mamnoonam
Posted by Keano on 17 August 2013 - 12:31 PM
Hi Lonely man of the night welcome to the board and enjoy your stay.
Ghoorghaabeh you too welcome aboard, this is a fun and educative forum. BTW out of curiosity did you purposely misspell the translation of frog in your username or was it just a typo?
Posted by pourya on 13 August 2013 - 03:25 AM
Posted by Keano on 18 August 2013 - 06:21 PM
I like her style and her voice. I agree with keano, not very impressed with the music it self, but she has good vocal abilities. I like her previous song better.
Oh I remember this song and I believe she also made a video for this track and I remember I really liked at as well. Now I emphatically approve of her vocals and style, she is quite talented with such beautiful vocal quality. Thanks for sharing this track Frog jaan!
Posted by Keano on 14 August 2013 - 02:30 AM
Interestingly yesterday my friend played this song for me admiring his voice, for I agree with in regards to his vocal ability, as well as feeling in his tone and singing. Honestly this was the first time I heard him singing and I quite liked his voice, although I wish I could say the same about his few minute sample tracks which as far as its music and arrangement to me sounded a bit monotonous and repetitive, not to mention the lack of direction and consistency in the entire album (Once again going by the album teaser I listened to) also as Pourya pointed out the music sounded a little obsolete and I think to an extent dull. Lyrics though seemed to be nice and meaningful.
I also agree with Sam in regards to the chorus (Hook) of the song. Well let's put it this way, the singer either cares about his/her audience and public, therefore would make sure the music is appealing to the public (Catchy or commercial) therefore it is imperative for those who employ such notion to assure their songs contain a catchy chorus which can be at least melodically memorized by the public, hence a Pop tune.
On the other hand there are artists who could care less about what others and public in general think/demand and their sole objective is to please themselves, for I truly admire those artists, however the odds of such singers/musicians are much slimmer than those who strictly choose to sing/play popular style.
After listening to this guy's tracks I could tell that he sure doesn't mind singing for people's consent and approvals and is a 100% pop singer, therefore I believe his attempt in creating a pop music and top album on par with today's top albums is a somewhat inferior production, but again that's my personal opinion and it does not reflect facts.
Nonetheless he has a nice voice with some nice vocal moves and ornaments!
Posted by Keano on 21 March 2011 - 11:38 AM
Saale no ro be yekaayeke shoma tabreek migam, omidvaaram saale no baraaye hamegitoon sarshaare az khoshi, khandeh, salaamati va movafaghiat baashe. Happy new year to all those whom celebrate this historical day, wishing you all prosperity and good health. Happy norooz!