Shirin Majd | Kooch (feat. Mastaneh Nazarian)

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Kooch (feat. Mastaneh Nazarian)

by Shirin Majd

Kooch: Song of Migration brings together music from around Iran with the creative adventure and personal expression inherent in jazz and improvised forms for a reflective journey evoking the essence of the migration experience.
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Gole Gandom (feat. Mastaneh Nazarian)
3:02 $1.70
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2. Hey Yår (feat. Mastaneh Nazarian)
2:28 $1.70
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3. Aziz Beshin Be Kenarom (feat. Mastaneh Nazarian)
4:34 $1.70
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4. Aziz Joon (feat. Mastaneh Nazarian)
2:50 $1.70
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5. Dareneh Jån (feat. Mastaneh Nazarian)
6:09 $1.70
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6. Shåneh (feat. Mastaneh Nazarian)
2:14 $1.80
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7. Dareneh Jån (Instrumental) [feat. Mastaneh Nazarian]
5:58 $1.70
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Kooch: Song of Migration brings together music from around Iran with the creative adventure and personal expression inherent in jazz and improvised forms for a reflective journey evoking the essence of the migration experience.
A debut performance between Shirin Majd and her Melbourne Ensemble, Kooch fuses traditional and new songs from the Farsi, Turkish and English languages, Kooch presents a musical experience for bringing to life the universal themes that migrants have faced throughout time and place with songs of hope, peace, belonging and love’s passage.
“…great interplay between top class musicians who master technique and musicality, freedom and groove. I love this kind of 'dark mood'wich’ flutters over these beautiful compositions, something that reminds me of other albums and artists like 'the book of flame' of Michael Manring, 'bright size life', 'Paris blues' of Steve Lacy and Gil Evans, etc. we need more stuff like this!!” Jazzgroovo



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