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Azam Ali — Abode
Album: Elysium for the Brave
Avg rating:
6.3

Your rating:
Total ratings: 922









Released: 2006
Length: 5:54
Plays (last 30 days): 0
Hanuz roye derakhta
Faqat joye kaloghe
Guloho parparan ey voy
Ye divone tu boghe
Delam ye gule otish
Tanam kurye doghe
Vali tu hame dunyo
Darigh az iye cheroghe

Az un gusheye dunyo
Be in gusheh residam
Nagin dunyo qashange
Qashangisho nadidam
Hanuz gham tu vojudam
Azobe sine suze
Nagin gerye ro bas kon
Nagin dunyo do ruze

Kodum naleye shabgir
Kodum verde shabune
Kodum telesm o jodu
Doaye oshequne
Az in gusheye dunyo
Be un gusheye dunyo
Mano be ashiyune
Be yoram miresune

Hanuz qofeleye eshq
Be manzel nareside
Ghariqim o sedomun
Be sohel nareside
Hanuz ashk o tu cheshmom
Negom khireh beh rohe
Na oftob o na mahtob
Cheqadr dunyo siyohe

Kodum jaddeh kodum roh
Kodum ashk o kodum oh
Kodum abr o kodum oj
Kodum moj o kodum moh
Az in gusheh dunyo
Be un gusheye dunyo
Man o be ashiyune
Be yoram miresune
Comments (204)add comment
I wonder sometimes why I like very much, songs like this one, with an average rating below 7 and too often a significant number of haters ... Fortunately I get to listen to these great songs more frequently by "tuning" to the RP Eclectic Mix. Thank you RP.
I'm sitting at my desk with ear plugs in paying my bills when through the plugs I hear what sounds like Persian music.  I'm thinking to myself WTF?  Radio Paradise playing Persian music!?  Being Persian myself, I am pleasantly surprised {#Laughing}  Way to go, Bill!  {#Cheers}
This is a good primer for the Mehregan festival I will be attending tomorrow.
From me 7 - Quite Likeable
Love this tune, her voice and the backing music are well intertwined.

Would love to hear more Middle Eastern music on RP.... :)
I love the atmospheric string instruments, and hearing the way she sings those heartfelt lyrics in Farsi is an exquisite treat. All Hail RP!
Someone is singing in some language other than English!

Quick, to the listener comments section to showcase my xenophobia! 
{#Doh}
more like this and less like led zeppelin
I love this song and having new international music like this on Radio Paradise is one of the biggest reasons that I subscribe.  Having old familiar songs that I haven't heard in a long time makes RP amazing but being surprised by a song by an artist that I've never heard before is a delight.  Keep it up.
I was just reading the comments on the previous song (Friends by LZ) and people complaining about not playing Celebration Song next since they segue together.

All is forgiven Bill, the segue into this one was perfect!  Seamless.  How do you think of this stuff? 
 Estroso wrote:
I hated this song but I am pleased to be listening to a radio that has such a variety of music!{#Daisy}


Here here. 
 


I hated this song but I am pleased to be listening to a radio that has such a variety of music!{#Daisy}
I thought this was Ofra Haza
 ShamanManu wrote:

{#High-five}

 
Hahaha! That made my day. Also, there is a PSD button.😎
this is so beautiful, thank you Bill for the introduction to Ms Ali
Thank You Radio Paradise!

I welcome and appreciate the variety!!!! 
 JanioV wrote:
Ack! You are 93% of a great AAA radio station, but you have to shoot yourself in the foot with WorldMusic wailing songs every freaking day. I keep trying to give you another chance, and you keep chasing me away. Yikes!

 
Anything beats the H*LL out of what is piped over the speakers where I work - 93% of the 'music' is the same dozen songs over and over ad nauseum.  Ack!

I praise the eclectic mix and the chance to hear something new.
All Azam Ali and Niyaz material is really as good as this song, recommended... 7.
 On_The_Beach wrote:

You might want to try Donald Trump radio.
You won't find any of that horrible "ethnic" music there.

 
{#High-five}
 JanioV wrote:
Ack! You are 93% of a great AAA radio station, but you have to shoot yourself in the foot with WorldMusic wailing songs every freaking day. I keep trying to give you another chance, and you keep chasing me away. Yikes!
 
You might want to try Donald Trump radio.
You won't find any of that horrible "ethnic" music there.
 JanioV wrote:
Ack! You are 93% of a great AAA radio station, but you have to shoot yourself in the foot with WorldMusic wailing songs every freaking day. I keep trying to give you another chance, and you keep chasing me away. Yikes!

 
Ack! You are a great Radio Station, and you keep one-upping yourself with WorldMusic like this every freaking day. I keep coming back day after day to hear unique little gems like this. You keep me coming back. Yikes!
beautiful ! {#Clap}
 JanioV wrote:
Ack! You are 93% of a great AAA radio station, but you have to shoot yourself in the foot with WorldMusic wailing songs every freaking day. I keep trying to give you another chance, and you keep chasing me away. Yikes!

 
love this comment!  ..it's great how that 93% seems to reflect also the chunk of your imagination that's missing. Ya know if you add a few colors to your box of crayons the world might look a little brighter. 7 colors or 64..?  hmm... that's a tough one. 
 Cynaera wrote:
Wow.  Thank you, romeotuma - what an incredible translation of the lyrics... I think I might just have to bookmark this.

You're amazing,
 

miss you so much, Cynaera...

love this song...
 
@JanioV
please do us the favor and STAY away for good!
would give me an even better feeling hearing RP knowing the absence of narrowminded people like you
Fabulous!
Ack! You are 93% of a great AAA radio station, but you have to shoot yourself in the foot with WorldMusic wailing songs every freaking day. I keep trying to give you another chance, and you keep chasing me away. Yikes!
 Chowek wrote:
This is pure folk and I believe it has its own place somewhere, but Radio Paradise is not one of them.
 
What? Are you kidding?
This is pure folk and I believe it has its own place somewhere, but Radio Paradise is not one of them.
...who is that woman on the cover and why is she carrying azam ali's severed head?..
Cool...

Check out some Ofra Haza too!
 jools wrote:
wow - how beautiful. Thanks.
 

 


You're welcome!  Hope you are having a great time right this minute...

everybody in my hotel room loves this song...

 
Very nice song!
I wish to hear more oriental rhythms on RP. Omar Faruk Tekbilek would sound very nice here ;)
 jools wrote:
wow - how beautiful. Thanks.
 
romeotuma wrote:

هنوز روی درختا فقط جای کلاغه
Still, on the boughs of the trees, there are only crows (Crow- Symbol of misfortune)
گلا ٟرٟرن ای وای
Ah, The flowers are withered
یه دیوونه تو ؚاغه
There is a madman in the garden
دلم یک گل آتی؎
My heart is like a goblet of fire
تنم کورهء داغه
My body is like a stove (burns so bad)
ولی تو همه دنیا دریغ از یک چراغه
But there is not even a light in the whole world
دریغ از یک چراغه , دریغ از یک چراغه
There is not even a light, there is not even a light

از اون گو؎ه دنیا ØšÙ‡ این گو؎ه رسیدم
I came from the other side of the world to this place (it reminds Persian people the migration of artists to USA after Revolution in Iran in 1979)
نگین دنیا Ù‚ØŽÙ†Ú¯Ù‡, Ù‚ØŽÙ†Ú¯ÛŒ ØŽÙˆ ندیدم
Don't tell me the world is beautiful, I don't see that
هنوز غم تو وجودم, عذاؚ سینه سوزه
Still, there is sorrow in my heart, it is a strong torment
نگین گریه رو ؚس کن
Don't tell me not to cry
نگین دنیا دو روزه
Don't tell me life is short
نگین دنیا دو روزه
Don't tell me life is short
نگین دنیا دو روزه
Don't tell me life is short

کدوم ناله ØŽØš گیر, کدوم ورد ؎ؚونه
Which nocturnal mourn, Which nightly summon
کدوم طلسم و جادو, دعای عا؎قونه
Which spell and magic, Which romantic prayer
از این گو؎ه دنیا ØšÙ‡ اون گو؎ه دنیا
منو ØšÙ‡ آ؎یونه ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my home, to my beloved
From this side of the world to that side (refer to poet's home country)
ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه , ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my beloved, take me to my beloved

کدوم جاده کدوم راه
Which way, Which road
کدوم ا؎ک و کدوم آه
Which tear, Which moan
کدوم اؚر و کدوم اوج
Which cloud and which zenith
کدوم موج و کدوم ماه
Which tide and which moon
از این گو؎ه دنیا ØšÙ‡ اون گو؎ه دنیا
منو ØšÙ‡ آ؎یونه ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my home, to my beloved
From this side of the world to that side (refer to poet's home country)
ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه , ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my beloved, take me to my beloved

هنوز قافلهء ع؎ق ØšÙ‡ منزل نرسیده
Still, convoy of love doesn't reach it's destination (means that there is a separation between the lover and the beloved)
غریقیم و صدامون ØšÙ‡ ساحل نرسیده
We are drowned and our voice doesn't reach the shore
ØšÙ‡ ساحل نرسیده
Doesn't reach the shore

هنوز ا؎ک تو چ؎مام
Still, there are tears in my eyes
نگام خیره ØšÙ‡ راهه
and I gaze at the road (for seeing the beloved one)
نه آفتاؚ و نه مهتاؚ
There is no sun here, no moon
چقدر دنیا سیاهه , چقدر دنیا سیاهه
How much dark the world is, How much dark the world is

کدوم جاده کدوم راه
Which way, Which road
کدوم ا؎ک و کدوم آه
Which tear, Which moan
کدوم اؚرو کدوم اوج
Which cloud and which zenith
کدوم موج و کدوم ماه
Which tide and which moon
از این گو؎ه دنیا ØšÙ‡ اون گو؎ه دنیا
منو ØšÙ‡ آ؎یونه ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my home, to my beloved
From this side of the world to that side (refer to poet's home country)
ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه , ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my beloved, take me to my beloved
ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my beloved



 

 
 
Wow a'gin, how cool t'is so cold?


I'm going to assume that this is fantastic and it just goes over my head.  Musically, it's good.  Vocally, it's good.  I don't think the fact that it's not in English bothers me all that much. 

Something just isn't clicking with me.
Thanks and have a nice day

 AndreasL wrote:
What is the meaning of PLS?

 
It is informal shorthand for "please".

 AndreasL wrote:
What is the meaning of PLS?


 


Please...
 romeotuma wrote:




 

 
Thank you for the translation.


Stunningly soothing. 
What is the meaning of PLS?

Suddenly I am craving Shish Tawook and a taboulli from the east side...
Stop this pls.
 fredriley wrote:

There's no need to be rude - Jools made an honest mistake based on what she read on here. Azam Ali is alive and well, going by her Wikipedia page.
 
Cheers Freddie Boy - but I was talking about Ofra Haza!!!

 rockasaurus wrote:

Wow.  What a bummer.  Guess folks should cancel their tickets for her April 22 concert.

Took me about 20 seconds to check out her website to find out that Azam Ali is alive and well.  You should try it some time.

 
There's no need to be rude - Jools made an honest mistake based on what she read on here. Azam Ali is alive and well, going by her Wikipedia page.

 rockasaurus wrote:

Wow.  What a bummer.  Guess folks should cancel their tickets for her April 22 concert.

Took me about 20 seconds to check out her website to find out that Azam Ali is alive and well.  You should try it some time.
 
I was talking about a different artist actually - check my earlier posting.....!
 jools wrote:

Me too - I heard she had a very sad death from AIDS probably from her husband - and too ashamed to get treatment.
 
Wow.  What a bummer.  Guess folks should cancel their tickets for her April 22 concert.

Took me about 20 seconds to check out her website to find out that Azam Ali is alive and well.  You should try it some time.

MC, she died of Aids and her fans heard about her death and reasons behind it after the fact. What part of this information is confusing you?

 More_Cowbell wrote:

Don't know where you are getting this information, I am not sure it is true...
 


 moonsaura wrote:
extremely sad ending. she was very talented and seemed like such a gentle person. i was born in a country where aids is also a shame symbol, so i can understand her situation. very sad...


 
Don't know where you are getting this information, I am not sure it is true...

extremely sad ending. she was very talented and seemed like such a gentle person. i was born in a country where aids is also a shame symbol, so i can understand her situation. very sad...

 jools wrote:

Me too - I heard she had a very sad death from AIDS probably from her husband - and too ashamed to get treatment.
 


 moonsaura wrote:
i would love to hear some ofra haza as well.
 
Me too - I heard she had a very sad death from AIDS probably from her husband - and too ashamed to get treatment.
i would love to hear some ofra haza as well.
 sirdroseph wrote:
Yea, always dig a little Arabic!{#Cheers}
 

same her. Although she sings in Persian.
 Asmith wrote:
Next song
 
Moron.
wow - how beautiful. Thanks.
 
romeotuma wrote:

هنوز روی درختا فقط جای کلاغه
Still, on the boughs of the trees, there are only crows (Crow- Symbol of misfortune)
گلا ٟرٟرن ای وای
Ah, The flowers are withered
یه دیوونه تو ؚاغه
There is a madman in the garden
دلم یک گل آتی؎
My heart is like a goblet of fire
تنم کورهء داغه
My body is like a stove (burns so bad)
ولی تو همه دنیا دریغ از یک چراغه
But there is not even a light in the whole world
دریغ از یک چراغه , دریغ از یک چراغه
There is not even a light, there is not even a light

از اون گو؎ه دنیا ØšÙ‡ این گو؎ه رسیدم
I came from the other side of the world to this place (it reminds Persian people the migration of artists to USA after Revolution in Iran in 1979)
نگین دنیا Ù‚ØŽÙ†Ú¯Ù‡, Ù‚ØŽÙ†Ú¯ÛŒ ØŽÙˆ ندیدم
Don't tell me the world is beautiful, I don't see that
هنوز غم تو وجودم, عذاؚ سینه سوزه
Still, there is sorrow in my heart, it is a strong torment
نگین گریه رو ؚس کن
Don't tell me not to cry
نگین دنیا دو روزه
Don't tell me life is short
نگین دنیا دو روزه
Don't tell me life is short
نگین دنیا دو روزه
Don't tell me life is short

کدوم ناله ØŽØš گیر, کدوم ورد ؎ؚونه
Which nocturnal mourn, Which nightly summon
کدوم طلسم و جادو, دعای عا؎قونه
Which spell and magic, Which romantic prayer
از این گو؎ه دنیا ØšÙ‡ اون گو؎ه دنیا
منو ØšÙ‡ آ؎یونه ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my home, to my beloved
From this side of the world to that side (refer to poet's home country)
ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه , ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my beloved, take me to my beloved

کدوم جاده کدوم راه
Which way, Which road
کدوم ا؎ک و کدوم آه
Which tear, Which moan
کدوم اؚر و کدوم اوج
Which cloud and which zenith
کدوم موج و کدوم ماه
Which tide and which moon
از این گو؎ه دنیا ØšÙ‡ اون گو؎ه دنیا
منو ØšÙ‡ آ؎یونه ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my home, to my beloved
From this side of the world to that side (refer to poet's home country)
ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه , ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my beloved, take me to my beloved

هنوز قافلهء ع؎ق ØšÙ‡ منزل نرسیده
Still, convoy of love doesn't reach it's destination (means that there is a separation between the lover and the beloved)
غریقیم و صدامون ØšÙ‡ ساحل نرسیده
We are drowned and our voice doesn't reach the shore
ØšÙ‡ ساحل نرسیده
Doesn't reach the shore

هنوز ا؎ک تو چ؎مام
Still, there are tears in my eyes
نگام خیره ØšÙ‡ راهه
and I gaze at the road (for seeing the beloved one)
نه آفتاؚ و نه مهتاؚ
There is no sun here, no moon
چقدر دنیا سیاهه , چقدر دنیا سیاهه
How much dark the world is, How much dark the world is

کدوم جاده کدوم راه
Which way, Which road
کدوم ا؎ک و کدوم آه
Which tear, Which moan
کدوم اؚرو کدوم اوج
Which cloud and which zenith
کدوم موج و کدوم ماه
Which tide and which moon
از این گو؎ه دنیا ØšÙ‡ اون گو؎ه دنیا
منو ØšÙ‡ آ؎یونه ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my home, to my beloved
From this side of the world to that side (refer to poet's home country)
ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه , ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my beloved, take me to my beloved
ØšÙ‡ یارم میرسونه
Take me to my beloved



 

 


Brutal...
Finished yet? Can I tune back in now?
Soooo marginal!!!11

...that cover bugs me; it's like she's carrying around her own detached head...
Yea, always dig a little Arabic!{#Cheers}
 Asmith wrote:
Next song
Please 

Next song
 EssexTex wrote:
No, I'm not liking this.

It's the kind of thing you'd hear in a lift at a Saudi hotel.
 
Not likely she is Persian, not Saudi.

 Cynaera wrote:
Wow.  Thank you, romeotuma - what an incredible translation of the lyrics... I think I might just have to bookmark this.

You're amazing,
 


Thanks, Cynaera!  This is a very interesting song...

 

This woman's voice sounds eerily like Ofra Haza. I always miss her when I hear it.


Would love to see this performed live.
Gorgeous song, woman and language.  Where else but RP?! 
Wow.  Thank you, romeotuma - what an incredible translation of the lyrics... I think I might just have to bookmark this.

You're amazing,
flawless craftsmanship or by beautiful, ingenious, delicate, or elaborate execution ...
exquisite

I'm a fan of Azam Ali. For those who like her sound, check out her work on "Niyaz."
Good stuff!
Great sound, rate it highly.

And I just *love* these people who think any nation east of Italy and west of Pakistan are all "Arab", same ones who would never buy anything from Iran but are happy with their Persian carpets on teh floor :-)
Really beautiful. Thank you, RP!!!!!
 Spud wrote:
I quiet liked that.  RP continues to expand my musical exposure.
 

Yeah, this is very groovy...  love it...


What a voice.
I quiet liked that.  RP continues to expand my musical exposure.
{#Crashcomp} am I a pea brain because I can't stand this? I give it a 2 because I like the album cover
 Sjaaks wrote:
No, this is not intended for my liking... Don't really like the somewhat cheap sounding beats and "synth" sounds...

3
 
and a kind of pathos that still remains behind the "cool sound"... 3
No, this is not intended for my liking... Don't really like the somewhat cheap sounding beats and "synth" sounds...

3


this is cool...


 Aidin wrote:
This is why I'm listening to Radio Paradise from Tehran. :)
 
Hope you still are, with everything that's going on. And congrats to Bill for expanding my musical horizons so much over the years.


totally agree with you. ignorance + internet access = (fill in the blank)

thanks for posting this info. perhaps the nay sayers can read/learn a little about Azam.

 
fredriley wrote:

Can't stand ignoramuses. Azam Ali is Persian, from Iran. That's very different from Arabic, and has been for some millennia. See her Wikipedia page if you want enlightenment, else remain in your slough of ignorance.
 


lucky for us bill is nothing like you. {#Tongue-out}

 
EssexTex wrote:
No, I'm not liking this.

It's the kind of thing you'd hear in a lift at a Saudi hotel.
 


 Aidin wrote:
This is why I'm listening to Radio Paradise from Tehran. :)
 
LOL!! That's excellent {#Clap}
No, I'm not liking this.

It's the kind of thing you'd hear in a lift at a Saudi hotel.
 vidalsasoon wrote:
Can`t stand arabic music.
 
Can't stand ignoramuses. Azam Ali is Persian, from Iran. That's very different from Arabic, and has been for some millennia. See her Wikipedia page if you want enlightenment, else remain in your slough of ignorance.


I shall add this to my ever growing list of Radio Paradise new music, must investigate/ purchase list...supa{#Roflol}
It isn't that I'm somehow opposed to middle eastern music, but this does not have much appeal — the string fills are schmaltzy, the song sort of drags on without much punch to it... basically it's muzak.
Can`t stand arabic music.
babaganoush for the soul. eh.
I love Arabic female vocalists. And the violin interludes.
 Aidin wrote:
This is why I'm listening to Radio Paradise from Tehran. :)
 
Excellent! Welcome aboard. {#Smile}
 namp wrote:
WTF ... is this??

Boy, I hate it so much whenever the playlist enters a (seemingly) endless loop of Turkish-Oriental-"blah-blah" crappy "songs"...

 

You and that ^&*^()@ who doesn't know that there are no camels in Iran. That's Arabia you freak!
I think it's gone enough for you to know the difference between Turkish-blah-blah and the Iranian culture, guys.

At least I hope so, because something like a civil war had to be taken for those TV channels you are watching day and night to show you what is inside this country.

This is why I'm listening to Radio Paradise from Tehran. :)
 romeotuma wrote:


Don't know what she is saying, but the music sure is good for the ears...
 
The lyrics translation is pretty interesting....

 cirruss wrote:
I CANT STAND THIS WORLD MUSIC ANY LONGER>>>... I am muting.
Has Radio Paradise gone softer over the years?
 
Oddly, I heard this and opened a browser to come to RP just to see who it was.  Like a moth to a flame.  To each their own.....I am grateful that RP plays world music!  You sure won't hear this one on terrestrial radio!

I CANT STAND THIS WORLD MUSIC ANY LONGER>>>... I am muting.
Has Radio Paradise gone softer over the years?
waaaay coo bear!  this is the scthufff!! Yeah: a rich kid from Iran international school- educated.

8! 

Fluck amurikin CA dweebs on drugs of any kind.

Love

Paul 
 gobits wrote:

Funny!!! {#Roflol}  But actually, she is da Bomb 'n she blew my heart to pieces with that voice and those looks. {#Hearteyes} Might have to visit Iran someday (when I won't risk arrest for telling them what I think of their idiotic governing Mullahs - the ones trying to bring Iran back to the stone age, that is)
Free yourselves Persians!!!  {#War} Vote for me, I'll set the world straight when I'm dictator... Honest... {#Devil_pimp}

 
Your post was true when written but if anyone doubted it, the actions of the Iranian government (Mullahs) during the past few days has reinforced it.


Yeah, this is downright groovy...




Don't know what she is saying, but the music sure is good for the ears...


my hat goes off, I'm looking up, what is up there? It is bigger then anything on this planet, I'm ready to blast off any day now, dancing with the dead (for now), your great great grandmother sure can shake them bones!!!!!!


 prickelpit96 wrote:
I wouldn't expect any other reaction from a man with an address like this: 'glock.45armed@yahoo.com' And don't forget that she's surely singing about how to bomb you into pieces.
 
Funny!!! {#Roflol}  But actually, she is da Bomb 'n she blew my heart to pieces with that voice and those looks. {#Hearteyes} Might have to visit Iran someday (when I won't risk arrest for telling them what I think of their idiotic governing Mullahs - the ones trying to bring Iran back to the stone age, that is)
Free yourselves Persians!!!  {#War} Vote for me, I'll set the world straight when I'm dictator... Honest... {#Devil_pimp}

I totally dig the flavor and vote for more middle east groove.  (My Amr Diab upload got bonged right out of the chute and I'm still stinging from that one).
The problem most people have with this music is that the beat is off of the tempo we are used to.  And that is classic middle eastern music, they follow the off beats, but they are still following a beat.  And honestly, they have some amazing music.  So get used to it, I hope we hear more of this.  I love it!! 
Gorgeous song. This is why I listen to Radio Paradise.
This is beautiful! Some of y'all need to get out a little more. {#Sunny}


This is cool...


This is why I listen to you RP!!!

{#Dancingbanana}{#Bananajam}{#Drummer}

I think that this is beautiful. (And it shames me when people indulge in culture-bashing.)
 ScopArch wrote:
Nice Groove! Instant 10!
{#Arrowd} Have any of you people heard of Wikipedia!
 
Groovy. Interesting article. That's for the reminder.
Nice Groove! Instant 10!
{#Arrowd} Have any of you people heard of Wikipedia!

 
And don't forget that she's surely singing about how to bomb you into pieces. 
 
And I suppose the Taliban think any song sung in English is surely about sex, violence and drugs.  Oh wait...

I like it! Where can you find such variety other than Radio Paradise?{#Daisy}
Bill, just a fantastic line-up this morning, Thanks You so much!!


This song has a cool groove... I like it...


 namp wrote:
WTF ... is this??

Boy, I hate it so much whenever the playlist enters a (seemingly) endless loop of Turkish-Oriental-"blah-blah" crappy "songs"...

 

Unlike other stations, this one does play endless loops of Turkish-Oriental-"blah-blah" crappy "songs".
And we thank Bill for that {#Notworthy}
I bought this entire CD through RP/Amazon the minute I heard the first track Bill played. Love it.
Hypnotic...trippy—-calling to the spirits


I love to have Azam Ali sing me to sleep at night... deep into the realms of peace, soothing to the Soul. Love her music!
WTF ... is this??

Boy, I hate it so much whenever the playlist enters a (seemingly) endless loop of Turkish-Oriental-"blah-blah" crappy "songs"...