Kambiz Mirzaei | Aadamaaye Kaaghazi (Paper People)

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Aadamaaye Kaaghazi (Paper People)

by Kambiz Mirzaei

Persian POP Music
Genre: World: Middle East Contemporary
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1. Vaahemeh (Fear)
Shahrzad Sepanlou
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4:21 $0.99
2. Ghadre To (What you mean to me)
Kaveh Valaei
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4:19 $0.99
3. Baaroon (Rain)
Shahrzad Sepanlou
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4:49 $0.99
4. Aadamaaye Kaaghazi (Paper People)
Kaveh Valaei
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4:53 album only
5. Ashk (Tears)
Pourya Etemadzadeh
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4:46 $0.99
6. Yaad (Memory)
Banafsheh Behzadi
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4:07 $0.99
7. Naneveshteh (Unwritten)
Pourya Etemadzadeh
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
"Aadamaaye Kaaghazi" is a non-commercial compilation Persian POP CD produced by Kambiz Mirzaei in Toronto, Canada!

"Aadamaaye Kaaghazi" offers more in depth lyrics, simpler and more expressive arrangements, less processing towards commercializing, and more live performances!

There is no dance tracks on "Aadamaaye Kaaghazi"; songs are more "lyrics-based" than "groove-based".

"Shahrzad Sepanlou", well known Persian POP singer from Los Angeles has performed on two songs in this album; also, three other singers from Toronto have their first professionally recorded performances on five other tracks.

While exploring different areas of Persian popular music, this Album is produced along the way of encouraging new potential Persian singers to start their first serious attempt of singing.

Profits of this CD, if any, will go to organizations who defeat hunger in the world.


All Songs, lyrics and arrangements:
Kambiz Mirzaei

Shahrzad Sepanlou (Fear& Rain)
Kaveh Valaei (Paper People & What You Mean To Me)
Pourya Etemadzadeh (Unwritten & Tears)
Banafsheh Behzadi (Memory)

Nylon and Steel Guitars:
Babak Amini (Rain, Unwritten)
Marc Ganetakos (Memory)

Bass Guitar:
Peter Murray

Electric Guitar:
Marc Ganetakos (Tears, Paper People)

Hector Moreno (Rain, Unwritten, Fear)
Mahsa Ghassemi (What You Mean To Me)

Members of University of Toronto's Symphonic Orchestra
(special thanks to Sharon Lee)

Reza Manbachi

Ranaa Mireskandari

Piano, Keyboard and Programming:
Kambiz Mirzaei

Recorded and Produced by Kambiz Mirzaei during 2005 in Toronto, Canada

Mixed by Ted Onyszczak at Silvebirch Productions Studio

Mastered by George Seara at Phase One Studios

CD cover and booklet designed by Kambiz Mirzaei


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Dave Moshiri

Liked the female vocalists better. Its more like a free form stream of music and words not targeting anybody especifically and I loved this view. I liked Vaahemeh the best and then Yaad and also the guitar work on Baroon. Definitely different from other music in Iranian market with lots of new ideas. Loved alll the lyrics so much. What can be improved is the production in terms of mix and engineering ( I am a sound man myself and know the good ones are way expensive, don't blame you if on tight budget). Good job all in all.


a mellow rhythm of beautiful lyrics with real soul
Aadamaaye Kaaghazi is not an album you'd expect from a producer who studied chemistry and science. An incredibly powerful debut, Kambiz Mirzaei provides lyrics both eloquent and cathartic in all tracks, and music which is rich and warm; he takes the listener through heartfelt songs of love, beauty, heartbreak, and pain. This album is aiming to introduce three talented singers from Toronto; also Shahrzad Sepanluo's vocal is a unique harmony mixing well with tracks like "fear" and "rain." Every song is a piece of art and relaxing music.