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Audio CD (November 21, 2006)
Label: Clubstar Germany
Made In Persia - Compiled And Mixed By Guelbahar Kueltuer
Title: Made In Persia - Compiled And Mixed By Guelbahar Kueltuer
Label: Lola's World
Release Date: Okt 2006
# Tracks: 39
# CDs: 2
Encoder: Lame 3.90
Quality: 192 kbps / VBR
Channels: Joint Stereo / 44 khz
Tags: ID3 v1.0, ID3 v2.3
Archive size: 233 mb
cd 01: ZARATHUSTRA'S RHTYHM
1 Mohammad Reza Kayhan Kalhor - Desert 3:50
2 Dead Can Dance - Persian Love Song 2:34
3 Sarawan Feat. Shaala Aalam - Hassaniko 3:17
4 Rana Farhan - Rumi's Prayer 3:10
5 Googoosh - Del Tangam 5:20
6 Mercan Dede Feat. Azam Ali - Dem 5:03
7 127 - Over Flow 5:46
8 Khak - Darvish 4:00
9 Siavash Ghomayshi - Garye Kon 3:41
10 Farhad Besharati - Careless Whispers 4:35
11 Moein - Gharsam Nakhour 5:12
12 Ziba Shirazi - Havaye Taazeh 3:58
13 UKW Band Feat. Shahla Khosravi - Gisujad 3:31
14 Chemirani's - Agar Tche 5:26
15 Bahram Sadeghian & Shahla Nikfal - Tasnif 4:05
16 Shourangiz - Maijnoon Naboodam 5:02
17 Pouran - Vah Che Ballaee Ay Del 2:46
18 Niyaz - The Hunt 4:30
19 Ahura - Beshno 3:58
Integrating the Extremely Refined Classical Art Music and the Simplicity, Sincerity and Passion of Folk, Persian Music Can Be Resembled to a Multi - Petal Flower of Fascinating Colours. Lola's World is Now Presenting this Charming Flower to Touch the Souls, with Its New Album "Made in Persia". Compiled by Gülbahar Kültür, the World Renowned DJ of Ethnic Sounds, the Album features a Skilful Insight Into the Music-culture of Persia that is Grown Over the Centuries, Spanning a Geography of Many Cultures Living Together. The First CD "Zarathustra's Rhtyhm Dream" Named after the Persian Philosopher and Prophet Zarathustra, Covers the Beautiful, Mystical Music of Great Masters Celebrated all Over the World Such as Mohammad Reza Shajarian, Kayhan Kalhor, Mohammad Eghbal, Siavash Ghomayshi, Moein, Niyaz, Chemirani's and Pouran as Well as Sophisticated Sounds of World Famous Artists Deeply Influenced by Persian Music Such as Dead Can Dance, Mercan Dede and Ukw Band.
His parents were from Gujarat in western India, and they were Parsees, Indian followers of Zarathustra, the man-god who is best known to most European non-Parsees for speaking in riddles to Nietzsche. "Body am I entirely and nothing else, and soul is only a word for something about the body," spoke Nietzsche's unbelieving Zarathustra, foreseeing perhaps what sort of performer Freddie would become.
His father, Bomi Bulsara, said that the name is taken from the small Gujarati town in which he was brought up. North of Bombay, south of Ahmedabad: Bulsar, a tiny dot on a huge coast.
His statue in Montreux, Switzerland.
When he was seven, he was sent to a boarding school 50 miles from Bombay. He remained there for 10 years. By the end of his time at St Peter's (a private english school). He had become something of a spiv, lounging on a garden bench in dark glasses, being glamorous for the first time. It was at St. Peter's where he learned to play the piano and joined his first band, The Hectics. He remained in India for most of his childhood, living with his grandmother and aunt. He completed his education in India at St. Mary's High School in Mazagon.
As a child, his parents listened to a great deal of Indian music, and one of his early influences was the Bollywood playback singer, Lata Mangeshkar.
Widely considered as one of the greatest vocalists in popular music, He possessed a very distinctive, three octave voice. Although his speaking voice naturally fell in the baritone range, he delivered most songs in the tenor range. Another characteristic of his voice involved his forceful and powerful delivery of technically difficult material.
The Millennium Stamp featuring him.
He was listed as #2 in MTV's 22 Greatest Voices in Music, aired March 2003 by MTV, compiled by MTV and Blender magazine.
Sunday Times Magazine named him the "Star of India" , November 17, 1996
His albums have spent more time than any other musical act including The Beatles and Elvis Presley in the charts.
2001 - His band is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio.
2002 - His band is given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
2003 - His band became the first and remain the only band to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
2004 - His band is inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame.
2004 - His song "Bohemian Rhapsody" is inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.
2004 - His band is inducted into the RockWalk of Fame.
2006 - His band is the first inductee into the VH1 Rock Honors.
1975 - His band is named 'Band of the Year' by Melody Maker.
1975 - He is awarded an Ivor Novello award for "Killer Queen."
1976 - he is awarded an Ivor Novello award for "Bohemian Rhapsody."
1977 - His band is awarded a Brit Award for the 'Best Single Of The Last 25 Years'.
1981 - His band is awarded an American Music Award for 'Favorite Pop/Rock Single.
1990 - His band is awarded a Brit Award for 'Outstanding contributions to British music.'
1992 - His band is awarded a Brit Award for "These Are the Days of Our Lives" single.
1992 - He is awarded a Brit Award for 'Outstanding contributions to British music.'
1999 - His band is voted the second greatest band in music history.
2005 - His band's performance at Live Aid is voted two times by a large selection of musicians and critics to be the greatest live show of all time.
2007 - His band is voted the 'Best British Band Of All Time.'
Two of his songs, "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "We Are the Champions" have each been claimed, in separate polls, as the world's favourite song. Most recently, an Ericsson poll of six hundred thousand people in sixty-six different countries found "We Are the Champions" to be the world's most popular tune. This contradicts another major poll by Guinness World Records, which had previously found "Bohemian Rhapsody" to be the world's most popular song of the past 50 years.
In a list of the greatest English language singers of the 20th century, compiled by BBC Radio, he was the highest-ranked hard rock vocalist, having been voted at the tenth spot.
He also came in second in MTV's list of the 22 greatest singers of the past 25 years.
In 2006, Time Asia magazine voted Mercury as one of the most influential Asians in the past 60 years.
He was arguably the world's first Indian rock star.
He was also a Persian immigrant to India who immigrated to England...
Making him also the world's first Persian rock star.