Album Remarks & Appraisals:
Percussion wizard Pejman Hadadi is joined here by Imamyar Hasanov and Hamid Motebassem on kamancha and setar. Together the trio weaves a sumptuous tapestry of Persian and Azerbaijani music to relax and inspire the listener. This contemplative disc is full of innovative improvisation by masterful , musicians, but Hadadi often shines as the true star as he coaxes an astonishing array of sounds from his instruments with unerring sensitivity and fire.
Personnel: Hamid Motebassem (setar); Pejman Hadadi (tombak).
Audio Mixer: Armin Karbaf.
Liner Note Authors: Diz Heller; Pejman Hadadi.
Recording information: Deylaman Studio, Teheran (12/2010).
Photographers: Tahmineh Monzavi; Mehdi Fallahi; Mike Fewell.
Translators: Diz Heller; Banafsheh Sayyad.
Arrangers: Hamid Motebassem; Pejman Hadadi; Imamyar Hasanov.
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