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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 pourya on 31 December 2013 - 05:34 AM
Hi guys, yeah I've been busy so thanks for informing bro!
AmirHassan, first of all thanks for the kinds words, I wrote both my reviews and the blog for keen readers like yourself, so its heartwarming to know that its been appreciated and missed! There are numerous reasons for the stop,but the main is being that, as Keano said, I have been busy with a lot of other personal projects and had to simply prioritize where to put my time and energy. One is my own creativity, something I felt I had been neglecting for far too long. Also I kinda lost hope when it comes to the Iranian music and the way its heading, in a way I felt that my reviews did not fill any purpose in a market and industry where everyone craved and served obsoleteness. Why should I preach to deaf ears?! After all I wrote what I wrote as a hobby on my spare time, and it started to take more and more of my time without giving any result back. One day it just didn't make any sense anymore, so I stopped. I might take up the blogging again, at some point, but it will be mainly focusing in the Western popular culture.
Thanks again for "yadi az ma kardan" and by all means stay in touch, either here or via mail. to hear from the readers always inspires!
Happy new year btw! cheers
Posted by pourya on 08 September 2013 - 01:41 AM
I can really relate to this:
“Solitude is independence. It had been my wish and with the years I had attained it. It was cold. Oh, cold enough! But it was also still, wonderfully still and vast like the cold stillness of space in which the stars revolve.” — Hermann Hesse
Posted by Keano on 21 August 2013 - 11:06 PM
First time I heard these guys was when the 3 of them sat in a small boat and sang a love song the concept of 3 guys boarding a boat like that and singing like that kind of was odd to me and almost all my other friends who saw the video, I can understand because of the circumstances in Iran things can be complicated, but still you can find much more appropriate ideas to execute music videos, but anyway this is totally off topic, therefore I won't get into details etc.
In regards to the Turkish influenced music of nowadays in Iran, it sort of bothers me as well, our Iranian scale music seems to have derived from its origin steering away further and further day after day, as Pourya jaan mentioned the direction used to be that of Greek and Arabic music, while over the years it has gradually and now heavily redirected to the Turkish music influence, ironically majority of the current popular domestic vocalists are comprised of those who have employed this Turkish music style and seems the public enjoys it to its max as well.
7th band in particular is one of those heavily influenced bands by Turkish music, or at least this tune "Dooset Daram" which BTW I happen to be one of its admirers myself as it carries a very catchy chorus and instrumental line (Bouzouki)
Next music genre being utilized by many other artists in Iran is the Western music influence including the European singing lines which also seems to have drawn in its own audience and fans (Sirvan being one of its pioneers)
The question which worries me is the way this trend is leading and proceeding, is it possible that soon our own music style be forsaken and forgotten by the next generation? I hope not!
Posted by Keano on 20 August 2013 - 11:30 PM
I am very egoistic, I want to cheat but not have my partner cheating on me! And I love to have women cheating on their partners. Double standards? Bet your ass! But that is what I get off on and I have come to accept it. I do no longer pretend being what I am not. That is why I don't have nay serious relationships, so that no one needs to get hurt in the process of me being who I am.
I beg to differ. On the contrary you should be more afraid of those who act and behave like snakes, with the likes of Pourya your takleef is moshakhas and you know what to expect, he is not what he claims to be, he is what he is. In Persian we have a great saying: Az aan nataras ke haayo hooy daarad, az aan betars ke sar be zeer daarad.
Although I believe your comment was to be served in more of a humorous fashion!