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Shahram*Deyar

Label:Of-Oz Records – OF-OZ 1954
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Funk / Soul, Folk, World, & Country
Style:Disco, Funk

Tracklist

A1Deyar* (Folk Version)
A2Yar
A3Why Why
A4Dou Kabootar
B1Deyar* (Disco Version)
B2Gorgo Bareh
B3Dagheh Bouseh
B4Asheghi Ham Hadi Dareh
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Some of the materials on this album were previously recorded and released overseas.
[Submitter's note: The two versions of "Deyar" appear to be the only songs on this LP that were newly recorded for inclusion on this album. Those two songs are marked with asterisks in the song listings shown on the back cover and label. The asterisks directly refer to all of the artist and production credits listed above. This suggests that Tracks A2-A4 and B2-B4 had not been produced in the same recording session and were, in fact, the titles that were "previously recorded and released overseas."]

SPECIAL THANKS to my thoughtful friends who helped make DEYAR possible. Shahram Shabpareh, George D. Kiefer, Evan Caplan, Ardeshir Eddie Farah, Robert Noghli, Mahmood Ghorbani, Vigen Minaskanians, Clare Tarushka, Robert B. Maghame, Moe Nadim, Shirin Ahi, Firouzeh Afsharnia and Neda.

Sincere dedication to all of my beautiful relatives and friends for their undying love and support. Thank you Mom and Dad for your love, without you my dreams would not be fulfilled.
- Elton Farokh Ali

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: KM-4747 7-A
  • Matrix / Runout: KM-4747 7-B
  • Pressing Plant ID: KM

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Deyar (Cassette, Album)Of-Oz RecordsSTOFOZ 1954US1980

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RealizeDJ
Edited 3 years ago
Deyar* (Disco Version) is a pretty dope track. didn't know iranian disco was a thing (maybe it isn't!).