WASHMALLAY COKE STUDIO SEASON 7 EPISODE 2

Finally, the repetition of Washmalay is set to delicate variations strewn within the music and amplified by Tanveer Tafu. Few Pakistanis are as synonymous with the guitar as Aamir Zaki, and his performance here adds power, depth and vitality to the song. This Coke Studio 7 performance reunites the joyful and uplifting musings of Komal Rizvi with the regal, raw and rustic presence of Baloch folk singer Akhtar Chanal Zahri. This geet immediately immerses one in the true power of love and inseparableness, while Abbas Ali Khan graces the song with his alluring voice; the styling and aura created by the alaap is further accentuated by the accents provided by the flute and acoustic guitars. The soulful sincerity of the composition is brought to a soaring crescendo when Aamir Zaki unleashes a blues-laden solo on his electric guitar. The lyrical content of the song presents itself in a layered manner that transcends the evolution of time and music. Joining them is an expert voice actor Momin Durrani, whose expertise in regional languages made him ideal to take on the track.

Charkha Promo – Episode 2. This performance revives a classic track from the album Young Tarang, the release of which had initially established Zoheb and his celebrated, late sister Nazia Hassan as the biggest pop stars in South Asia. Through these divine sounds the song builds up to a spectacular crescendo in keeping with the signature Coke Studio style. The lyrical content of the song presents itself in a layered manner that transcends the evolution of time and music. The lyrics of the song depict parents and relatives singing for a boy who is about to commit to the love of his life. Phool Banro is an old Rajasthani wedding song, which was popularized by the legendary Reshma. The beauty originates from the fact that various people add to the lyrics as opposed to one person creating the song. In this version, the Coke Studio sound transforms the synth-pop sounds of the original into the elegiac accents of the violin.

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This performance revives a classic track from the album Young Tarang, the release of which had initially established Zoheb and his celebrated, late sister Nazia Hassan as the biggest pop stars in South Asia.

This geet immediately immerses one in the true power of love and inseparableness, while Abbas Ali Khan graces the song with his alluring voice; the styling and aura created by the alaap is further accentuated by the accents provided by the flute and acoustic guitars.

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The song concludes how it began, led out by the stately mourning of the violins. The song itself is an ode to both the act of love as well as the beloved themselves. The beauty originates from the fact that various people add to the lyrics as opposed esason one person creating the song. The soulful sincerity of the composition is brought to a soaring crescendo when Aamir Zaki unleashes a blues-laden solo waashmallay his electric guitar.

The lyrics of the song depict parents and relatives singing for a boy who is about to commit to the love of his life.

Through these divine sounds the song builds up to a spectacular crescendo in keeping with the signature Coke Studio style. In this version, the Coke Studio sound transforms the synth-pop sounds of the original into the elegiac accents of the violin.

Phool Banro is an old Rajasthani wedding song, which was popularized by the legendary Reshma.

The majestic experience of this track is only enhanced by the beautiful sound of the magnificent three-stringed damboora, and the delightful banjo, that arrive in this song like the return of a long-lost loved one. Joining them is an expert voice actor Momin Durrani, whose expertise in regional languages made him ideal to take on the track.

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Charkha Promo – Episode 2.

The original beat pattern of Washmalay is African, given its Makrani origin; however the Coke Studio arrangement has sdason a percussion arrangement in a fusion of eastern and western styles. Finally, the repetition of Washmalay is set to delicate variations strewn within the music and amplified by Tanveer Tafu.

The song originated from the Makrani Baloch but soon disseminated throughout Balochistan. They are celebrating and heralding how he was once a mischievous boy, whom they indulged with their love despite his naivety.

Episode 2 – Season 7 – Coke Studio Pakistan

Javed Bashir also added some of the hallmarks of the signature styles of Episide Indian classical singing, thus ensuring that even if the fusion epispde the aesthetic elements is new, they retain the reverence of those who sang it before. Coke Studio chose to keep two parallel sets of compositions for this breath taking performance, allowing for the traditional to run alongside the modern. Few Pakistanis are as synonymous with the guitar as Aamir Zaki, and his performance here adds power, depth and vitality to the song.

This Coke Studio 7 performance reunites the joyful and uplifting musings of Komal Rizvi with the regal, raw and rustic presence of Baloch folk singer Akhtar Chanal Zahri.

Its lyrics unravel a desire and a constant beseeching for the beloved to provide another glimpse, another smile. The lyrical content of the song presents itself in a layered manner that transcends the evolution of time and music.