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The death of the singer will not kill the song

It is not Leonard Cohen about whom I write.

The passing of a beloved singer or poet is a sad affair, the initial shock on hearing the news segueing into bitter-sweet memories of songs and poems and how they provided a soundtrack or bookmark to significant events in our lives. 572 more words

The Middle East

Gig Review: Junun,The Troxy London

Every once in a while you can attend an event where the venue is as much a part of the experience as the event itself. Such was the case on Friday when I trekked down to London Town to The Troxy to catch Junun in concert. 509 more words

The Cork Board

From the Archives: Maqbool Ahmad Sabri

Maqbool Ahmad Sabri, of the famous Sabri Brothers qawwali group died in South Africa on September 21st, where he had gone to seek medical treatment. 157 more words

Pakistan

Qawwali Collection: Shan-e-Rasool

An interesting collection of concise qawwali performances from an even more interesting group of singers.

Shan-e-Rasool-o-Aal-e-Rasool (roughly translated by me as The Glory and Grandeur of the Prophet) includes performances by some famous… 305 more words

Various Artists

Nate Rabe reblogged this on njrabe and commented:

Qawwali-light has a lot in common with American gospel music.

Qawwali Collection: Shan-e-Rasool

An interesting collection of concise qawwali performances from an even more interesting group of singers.

Shan-e-Rasool-o-Aal-e-Rasool (roughly translated by me as The Glory and Grandeur of the Prophet) includes performances by some famous… 305 more words

Various Artists

Kita Hendaklah Bersatu (Shaykh Hisham Kabbani)

Kita Hendaklah Bersatu

Oleh: Mawlana Shaykh Hisham Kabbani

12 September 2016

Feltham, London, Uk

Transkrip Asal: Sufilive

http://sufilive.com/We-Must-Be-United-6259.html

A`oodhu billahi min ash-Shaytani ‘r-rajeem. Bismillahi ‘r-Rahmani ‘r-Raheem. 2,039 more words

Suhbah Shaykh Hisham Kabbani

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: The Legend

Listening to Nusrat is not just listening to music, its magic. Even after so many years you’ll always hear someone humming the mesmerizing tunes of Afreen Afreen, Wohi Khuda Hai or Tum Aik Gorakh Dhanda Ho. 566 more words

Pakistan