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3. Baba Taher e Oryan e Hamedani

Baba Taher e Oryan e Hamedani

I am that sea now gathered in a tear. I am that universe now centered here. I am that book of destiny which seems To form a lonely dot of hope and fear. - Baba Taher

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4. Backup up funk by Arash

Backup up funk by Arash

guitar, bass: Arash hamedani rhythm machine

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5. Steps to sleep

Steps to sleep

Arash Hamedani

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6. pop/rap/persian

pop/rap/persian

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7. Audio Recording on Saturday afternoon

Audio Recording on Saturday afternoon

arash hamedani recordings

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8. Delaram

Delaram

played and recorded by Arash hamedani

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9. Booz

Booz

all instruments are played by arash hamedani.

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10. EDM

EDM

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12. Left over

Left over

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14. 30 Seconds of Today: End Credits

30 Seconds of Today: End Credits

The sound is: 5 June 2013 in London (exactly one year after I started recording the 30 seconds. Thanks to all who (wantedly or unwantedly) took part in 30 seconds of today and made it happen. Believe me, these people (and many more) were all involved. The challenge is to play the sound and read the following names all in 30 secs: Abtin Mozaffari Adrian Heathfield Afshin Chizari Ahmadreza Togha Ali Adib Ali Ataei Pirkouh Ali Moini Ali Mousavi Alice Pons Alireza Shoja Amin Kafami Amir Mohseni Anita Esfandiari Arash Parvin Araz AliPour Aria Delfani Arash Ebrahimifar Arash Garousi Arash Ghelichkhani Armin Saeednia Arthur Rohart Ashkan Afsharian Aylar Dastgiri Azadeh Akbari Babak Ghazvei Babak Mahmoudi Bahador Maleki Bahar Maghbooli Bahareh Jalili Behroo Bagheri Behzad Feli Behzad Khiavchi Bijan Mahmoudi Bobak Catherine Elsen Cemil Can Yusofoglu David Cenzer David Reschofsky Davoud Zare Deimion Van Der Sloot Diba Tajerian Ehsan Pouya Ehsan Mohammadzadeh Elena Kozlova Elmira Hassanzadeh Emely Neubert Emily Orley Emily Sweeney Esfandiar Aban Mrs. Esmaili Eva Sussova Farhad Tajerian Fariborz Karimi Firat Erguven Frederick Rodriguez Golnar Tabibzadeh Golrokh Borumandi Golrokh Nafisi Haitch Plewis Hamed Yousefi Hasti Ghafouri Helia Hamedani Hesameddin Mohammadian Holly Hunter Hoofar Haghighi India Nolen Tuleja Jennifer Parker Sturbuck Jim Plooij Jonathan Burrows Karan Salajeghe Karina Sarkissova Katayoon Forouhesh Kate Finnegan Kaveh Abedin Kaveh Vosough Ahmadi Kevin MacFadden Kelly Green Kevin Hastings Keyvan Sarreshteh Khashayar Mehri Kiana Firouz Kimia Kamvari Leila Firouz Liz Austin Louise Rodde Lydia Nakonechnaya Mahla Niazi Mahtab Parnian Mahyar Aghaei Mahyar Tahmasbi Majid Parvarian Makan Ashgvari Mani Fatehi Irani Mani Monadi Zadeh Mani Salehi Mani Tabib Zadeh Maral Mahmoudi Maral Mostafa Zadeh Marc Andrews Mariam Ansari Masoud Azizpour Matteo Fargion Mathew Roberts Mark Stevens Mazdak Mansouri Maziyar Mehri Megan Garret Jones Mehran Davari Michael Caster Mika Vainio Milad Shakib Minou Maleki Mohamadreza Alimorad Mohamadreza Babaei Mohammad Abbasi Mohammad Loghmanian Mohammad Motamedi Mohammad Naghavi Mohammad Roshani Mohsen Farshchi Mohsen Tavoli Morteza Khaki Nahal Marzban Nargess Dadkhah Nazanin Deihimi Nazanin Mehraein Negin Saaed Negin Shiraghaei Nik Arnhold Nima Javan Nima Javidi Nooshin Jafari Olivia Reschofsky Omid Akbari Omid Fattahi Omid Nemati P. A. Skantze Parnian Fatehi Irani Parsa Edraki Payam Hashemi Pedram Hajbashi Pendar Nabipour Peter Dawson Pouya Ehsaei Quim Bigas Rajib Saha Rasoul Ashtary Renia Khayyam Hashemi Reza Taheri Rouzbeh Esfandarmaz Rouzbeh Farazmand Ruyin Nabizadeh Saba Zavarei Saeed Ebrahimifar Saeed Harati Sahand Behrouzi Sahand Lesani Sahand Saedi Sakineh Erfani Sam Fathi Samira Shakeri Sara Sara Feli Sara Fereshteh Saniei Sepideh Azizeddin Sepideh Safiari Setareh Fatehi Irani Shabnam Sarmadi Shadab Shaygan Shahriar Broujerdian Shahrzad Irannejad Shahrzad Mofid Sharareh Samangani Shayan Mortazavi Siamak Ehsaei Siamak Shojaei Simon Bayly Simon Tanguy Soheila Mahmoudi Sorayya Mahmoudi Simon Vanquaethem Sonia Mahmoudi Taymaz Azimi Tevik Zadourian Thibault Maillard Tom Burchfield Umut Dorudemir Yalda Pakzad Yashar Khosroyar Special thanks go to: Anayansi Diaz-Cortes and Eric Pearse Chavez Am I missing your name? Remind me of it.

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15. Gatchpazh - Tashee Jenaze (Funerel)

  • Published: 2013-06-22T17:11:09Z
  • By bahmani
Gatchpazh - Tashee Jenaze (Funerel)

The first time members of Gachpaj (گچ پژ) played together was back in the spring of 2007 when they played live for a performance of the play “The Beauty Queen of Leenane” in Tehran. What kept the members together till 3 months later they chose the name Gachpaj, was reaching a common musical ground from the beginning which was a direct result of the members’ similar musical ideologies. This same commonality is still apparent in the band’s improvisational styling. Gachpaj is a jam band and like all other jam bands does not subscribe to one specific musical style. The band’s style is a combination of various musical genres such as Funk Rock, Alternative Rock, Experimental Rock and Krautrock. The Eastern influences seeping into the band’s music at times makes their sound close to Oriental music. The instrumental make up of the band is the usual line up of bands playing the same style with one key difference: In Gachpaj, Saxophone replaces Keyboard giving their music an energetic, fresh sound. They are well known for how they use Farsi lyrics in their Rock style songs. The current members of Gachpaj are: Hooman Hamedani (Vocal), Hadi Sabet (Tenor Sax), Sohrab Hosseini (Acoustic & Electric Guitar), Arash Fattahi (Bass) and Pedram Hajbashi (Drums). Hooman Hamedani (Vocal) and Masoud Ahmadzade (Alto Sax) are past members who’re not actively playing with the band at the moment. The band members got together for the first time in April 2007 to compose and play their music for the play The Beauty Queen of Leenane. Three weeks later with the addition of their vocalist the band was on stage at Sharif University’s Music Festival with three songs: Tashee Jenaze (The Funeral), Faramooshi (Amnesia) and Sahne 9 (Scene 9 – the last Scene of the play The Beauty Queen of Leenane).

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16. Gachpaj - Benzin

  • Published: 2012-02-15T10:14:39Z
  • By madHgH.fm
Gachpaj - Benzin

Iranian Rock/Jam Band Biography Origin: Tehran - Iran The first time members of Gachpaj (گچ پژ) played together was back in the spring of 2007 when they played live for a performance of the play "The Beauty Queen of Leenane" in Tehran. What kept the members together till 3 months later they chose the name Gachpaj, was reaching a common musical ground from the beginning which was a direct result of the members' similar musical ideologies. This same commonality is still apparent in the band's improvisational styling. Gachpaj is a jam band and like all other jam bands does not subscribe to one specific musical style. The band's style is a combination of various musical genres such as Funk Rock, Alternative Rock, Experimental Rock and Krautrock. The Eastern influences seeping into the band's music at times makes their sound close to Oriental music. The instrumental make up of the band is the usual line up of bands playing the same style with one key difference: In Gachpaj, Saxophone replaces Keyboard giving their music an energetic, fresh sound. They are well known for how they use Farsi lyrics in their Rock style songs. The current members of Gachpaj are: Hooman Hamedani (Vocal), Hadi Sabet (Tenor Sax), Sohrab Hosseini (Acoustic & Electric Guitar), Arash Fattahi (Bass) and Pedram Hajbashi (Drums). Hooman Hamedani (Vocal) and Masoud Ahmadzade (Alto Sax) are past members who're not actively playing with the band at the moment. The band members got together for the first time in April 2007 to compose and play their music for the play The Beauty Queen of Leenane. Three weeks later with the addition of their vocalist the band was on stage at Sharif University's Music Festival with three songs: Tashee Jenaze (The Funeral), Faramooshi (Amnesia) and Sahne 9 (Scene 9 - the last Scene of the play The Beauty Queen of Leenane). A few weeks later the band jokingly settled on the name Gachpaj in order to more actively pursue their musical aspirations. In the summer of 2007, Gachpaj was preparing for a concert* to benefit UNESCO on World Music Day when the concert was cancelled for undisclosed reasons only one day before their scheduled performance. That same summer, the band recorded the song Havapeyma (Airplane) to be used in a movie. The band facing the same problems plaguing all underground bands continued to gather and practice here and there and the result of their perseverance was the songs: Gharare Molaghat (Rendevous), Benzin (Benzene) and Bagavazraka (A song with old persian lyrics). In 2008 the band recorded their practice sessions at the studio and a recording of Benzin (Benzene) was entered in the non-competitive internet music festival: Tehran Avenue Music Festival (TAMF). In April 2009, Gachpaj was on the stage again at Sharif University's Music Festival improvising and playing all their songs. After the festival in the early summer of 2009 Masoud Ahmadzade the band's Alto Sax player left Iran for immigration purposes. In August 09 the remaining band members played live in open air at the two day event commemorating the 40th International Mathematics Conference at Sharif University. It seems this marked the first time in the history of the University for a live performance in open air by a musical group. Also, at the same two day event the band played a 30 minute impromptu session accompanying a performance art piece in open air. In late Fall 2009 Hooman Hamedani the band's vocalist left Iran. In the winter of 2010 the remaining members of Gachpaj played live music accompanying the play Bekhatere Yek Mosht Roobl (For A Handful of Rubles) written by Neil Simon (rewriting short plays of Anton Chekhov) directed by one of the best actors and directors of Iran Hasan Majooni at the Iran Shahr Theater garnering much praise from critics and audiences alike. The band accompanied the play every night till the end of winter of 2010. In March 2010 Gachpaj along with their Alto Sax Masoud Aahmadzade who had returned to Iran, played a 15 minute live session at Sharif University's School of Physics Music Festival playing 2 pieces composed previously for various plays. The band members have also had other musical experiences individually or in collaboration with other musicians composing and performing pieces for various plays and movies. At the moment the remaining four members of Gachpaj continue to feverishly practice at the studio preparing to record their latest compositions. * The Cultural-Historical Niavaran Convention, Tehran's Sa'ad Abad Palace, under the auspices of UNESCO " review from Vahid Safavi " http://www.sonicbids.com/band/gachpaj/

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