"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:
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)
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)
Piano, Keyboard and Programming:
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