Fanna-Fi-Allah Sufi Qawwali Party | Baba Farid

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Baba Farid

by Fanna-Fi-Allah Sufi Qawwali Party

Sufi qawwali tradition; new release with three full length masterpieces for baba farid, recorded in Pakistan, India & the USA.
Genre: Spiritual: Qawwali
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1. Allah Muhammad Chaar Yaar
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17:00 $1.99
2. Dam Dam Karo Farid
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17:52 $1.99
3. Ganj-e-Shakar
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18:26 $1.99
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Album Notes
Haq Farid Ya Farid ! Fanna-Fi-Allah Sufi Qawwali Party offer's this new CD of ecstatic devotional music in praise of the great sufi dervish Baba Farid (Ganj-e-Shakar). These up beat tracks feature dynamic classical improvisations & heavy punjabi tabla beats. A giant leap forward from their last CD, Baba Farid contains tracks recorded in Inda, Pakistan & the USA. After six years of study in Pakistan with the great Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Dildar Hussien, Fanna-Fi-Allah will touch you soul with youthfull fire & passion.


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Exceptional! Please come to Canada ...

Tahir Qawwal

Masti Malang
Vah ji Vah ! Powerful vocals, bumpin rhythms & great instrumentation.

William and the Reviewer Team

Fine Traditional Pakistani CD
"Baba Farid" by Fanna-fi-allah is a traditional Pakistani Qawwali album with very passionate tracks and a very spiritual energy. The arrangements, although traditional by nature, have a haunting element to them. The music has an expected Middle Eastern flavor to it, but with a little eeriness thrown into the mix to give the music a unique flavor. The players are all on their marks and the vocals are soulful. Highlights are "Allah Muhammad Chaar Yaar" with some great brass and accordian work. "Dam Dam Karo Farid" features some haunting Oud work and works its way into some joyful rhythms. "Ganj-e-Shakar" features fine Sitar work and a unique vocal performance. If you like Qawwali music, or finding interesting new world music, you'll enjoy this album.