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Fereydoon Foroughi

Fereydoon Foroughi

Fereydoon Foroughi


Fereydoon Foroughi (Persian: فریدون فروغی‎; 29 January 1951 – 5 October 2001) was the fourth and last child of his family and was born in Tehran. He contributed greatly to Iranian music and arts and his unique voice and style soon caught on with the people. In addition to his studies in acting, playing the guitar, piano and organ he also composed music. His style was inspired by jazz and blues. He started his professional work in 1971 with the film "Adamak" by Khosrow Haritash. Read more on Last.fm
Fereydoon Foroughi (Persian: فریدون فروغی‎; 29 January 1951 – 5 October 2001) was the fourth and last child of his family and was born in Tehran. He contributed greatly to Iranian music and arts and his unique voice and style soon caught on with the people. In addition to his studies in acting, playing the guitar, piano and organ he also composed music. His style was inspired by jazz and blues.

He started his professional work in 1971 with the film "Adamak" by Khosrow Haritash. "Adamak" was done by Touraj Shaabankhani and the vocals were by Foroughi. Foroughi is best known for his songs "Namaz" and "Yar-e-Dabestani", which in the 1970s was sung by revolutionary students and ironically, is now sung against the same revolutionary government some 30 years later by students. His other hits include Ghoozak-e-Pa, Ghasedak, Tangna, Mahiyeh Khasteyeh Man, Zendoon-e-Del, Gham-e-Tanhaai, parvaneye man and mashti mashalah Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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