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Happy Friday!: Sentimentality
posted by Colleen Shirazi 2009-06-19 at 7:26 PM (Pacific)



Daryoosh_ Yavare hamishe momen (Old Version)

Because I don't speak Farsi (beyond "man pul nadaram," "talagh," "ghashange" and the like), it's been a bit difficult for me finding these songs. I've heard them countless times, at a period in my life when I was very lonely...it would be akin to searching for Beatles songs, had they been written in a foreign tongue.

Fortunately, the numbers of these are ever increasing on Youtube. I go through once in a while and see what pops up.


Tange Ghoroobe - Dariush and Aref

According to comments, this is not Aref, but rather Keyvan and Afshin Moghadam. I don't know Aref's voice that well (he made a video some time in the 80's or 90's that's driving me crazy, I can't find it), and have never heard of Keyvan or Afshin Moghadam. It's Daryush though, hard to miss that.



Faryaad Zire Ab

Hermmm...this rather illustrates my point. I couldn't find a third song for this post. The movie always seemed intriguing, and I do like the song; it's just not one I've been looking for.

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