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Azeem

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As the title says

I'll start with a Pushto song that i really like

 

        

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Music from that region always fascinates me because of they way they use a muted bass with percussion particularly a tabla or the following instrument in that vid. When I was younger there was a song I can hum but can't remember the name of but it had an Oud and Bass combination and the use of the two to complement each other way superb.

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Nearly all the music I listen to is foreign...but it's still in English. :ph34r::England:

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By Algerian artist Rachid Taha 

 

 

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I can listen to Pakistan's Coke Studio all day long. I also like all of Nazai Hassan's songs. And from the recent lot, I like Gul Panra.

I usually like music pieces, so Ennio Morricone is a must have. My favorite tracks would be

 

Gustavo Santaolalla is another musician worth checking out. People might remember his work from Motorcycle Diaries. His album Ronroco is lovely.

 

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Completely forgot i created this thread xD

Off topic but after listening to a lot of foreign music and all the songs posted so far, i might be biased but 'Sub-continental' music is one of the best in the world. The language factor does play its part but still.

 

Remix of one of the classics Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

 

 

 

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  Turkish/Pakistani Song                        

                                                          

 

 

 

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Persian festival music

 

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Arabic Song (Moroccan Dialect) from the movie 'The Dictator' 

 

              

   

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Italian song,one of the official soundtrack form the movie 'Django Unchained' 

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Its an Uzbek song but it more sounds like a Punjabi beat

 

 

 

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  One of my favorite songs from early 2000s- Junaid Jamshed's one of best work

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Some French Dub, I know there are some french folks in here but its foreign to me

 

 

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Some college boy made this song after his girlfriend dumped him. You will love the strings but the song is Rap so you will only like it if you know the language.

 

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Rash-e-qamar by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

 

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Nice Persian Pop music i've found

 

 

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a significant song in our country ---  the language used, the instruments and the musical arrangement is 100% filipino.

 

cotabato - a war torn city where Moros are fighting amongst each other for supremacy.     the lyrics basically is telling people that life is facked up in cotabato and the composer is mournful on all the events.      

song was release in the mid-80s.     and up to this day, this song still has some meaning coz cotabato still hasn't attained any form of peace, it'll be 40 years or more of insurgency ......

 

 

 

 

fack !!!!   just ignore that this was posted today ... just think that it was AFTER the WC ...... hahhahahaa, i went out of character again :P  :P 

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Siraiki Song- A dialect of Punjabi 

   

        

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Abdul Qadir Arabic Song by Rachid Taha and Khalid

 

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My old Spanish housemate recommended them to me and I remember checking them out and couldn't get into them. Gave them a quick listen again this evening and I'm feeling it a bit more. Think I'm recalling their sound as I think I now remember her blaring them out in the flat.

Anyway a favourite Spanish song of mine:

 

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