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Ali Ali - Rocqawali - The Sufi RocknRoll (CD, Album)

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  • Alim Qasimov – Mugham (Or Mugam) Sufi / Folk Music from Azerbaijan (Central Asia) Alim Qasimov is an Azerbaijani musician and is one of the foremost Mugham singers in Azerbaijan. He was awarded the prestigious International IMC-UNESCO Music Prize in
  • Angel Romero February 24, No Comments Pakistani music qawwali Rocqawali Sufi music world fusion Danish-Pakistani rock band Rocqawali has a new album titled Kakam, released in late January The band’s sound is deeply rooted in the year-old.
  • Zeppelin channelled the Sufi music of South Asia through the blues to create rock 'n I studied with the qawwali legend Nusrat Fateh Ali Random House/Verso, companion CD to be released by.
  • Hamid Ali Bela became popular for his punjabi folk singing, especially Punjabi Sufiana Kalam. Born in British India, he settled in Lahore. His voice has certain tone of despair and solitude, hence Bela [Forest or Solitude] became attached to his name.
  • Ali, the highly anticipated biopic directed by Michael Mann and starring Will Smith, is a film filled with odd choices, including in the soundtrack of the buzz anticipated sizzle form Mann and fizzle from Smith, but the film delivers the opposite, with Smith's charismatic Muhammad Ali wandering through a cold, emotionally barren cinematic landscape created by Mann.
  • ROCQAWALI mixes the Pakistani/Indian Sufi music of Qawali with a Western back drop of RocknRoll, in a way that has not really been heard before. A more than a year old Trance tradition that whirls the age old Eastern love songs for God, into a western Rock tradition.
  • Seamlessly blending the peaceful Sufi tradition of qawali with the guttural, impassioned guitar cries of rock and roll, Rocqawali's debut album demonstrates how the two musical styles share a deep honesty that marries sublime.

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