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hootan poorzaki

hootan poorzaki

hootan poorzaki


He was born in Tehran, Iran; the country Involved with political and religious wars all of the time throughout the centuries, and by today, more than ever is sinking into a swamp of the odd and unreasonable thoughts. After all, he started his musical practices by the age of 13 with making simple tunes by a "Casio S.A.21! Keyboard which He'd bought by his pocket-money And by age 15 begun playing acoustic guitar, and he recorded and Mixed his songs by two home tape record-player set. Read more on Last.fm
He was born in Tehran, Iran; the country Involved with political and religious wars all of the time throughout the centuries, and by today, more than ever is sinking into a swamp of the odd and unreasonable thoughts. After all, he started his musical practices by the age of 13 with making simple tunes by a "Casio S.A.21! Keyboard which He'd bought by his pocket-money And by age 15 begun playing acoustic guitar, and he recorded and Mixed his songs by two home tape record-player set. From 17, more seriously he started to make tracks for some short and amateur films made by his Friends and others. Two years later in spite of having some Rock tunes prepared, As before he had to make music only for such films as mentioned above. Because such types of music (i.e. Rock) - particularly vocal type- was known as a unreligious and illegal movement! Finally at his 20 he made his first album called : " Sunshine is right here". Then signed a contract with "Navaye Homayoon" recording corporation to produce and release this album.

After taking grade 1 license from IRI' "Ministry of Culture ", "Sunshine Is Right Here" was copied. In this period – Mr. Khatami presidential period – they had a relatively open cultural atmosphere,although vocal music was illegal, therefore he made it without vocal parts . The year after he planned to form a Rock band to fulfill his dreams, so he made company with two friends of mine, one a drummer and the other a bassist, both were amateur. his band named " Flying Misters" was formed. After one year rehearses, they prepared ourselves to perform a live concert in one of northern cities of Iran – Bandar Anzali -.but just a week before the act, Amaken (places) organization, cancelled the license apparently for some religious reasons and prevented the live show.

We lost our hopes for two months. Then they decided to perform a live show in Tehran. After 3 months attempting we succeeded to take the license for the show – of course with several Condition. they had three nights concert in Tehran with personal budget. Then they one more time planned to try to perform a live show for music lovers in Bandar Anzali. This time they had a license from Tehran.

The show was done in spite of the city governors' hard disagreement. They permitted no advertising, so we did it only for a group of our friends and relatives. The program financially failed, it was followed by his music band break up. The story of our group and works is pictured in a short documentary film named "Flying Misters" directed by "Reza Bahrami Nejad" and produced by "Article Z" of French TV and "Arte" channel.

And was displayed on several international TV channels including; "Arte" and "Channel 4". Also awarded by some international festivals. After the band break up, several Iranian magazines and newspapers made numerous interviews with them and published various Articles. But no permission to work. Since Mr.

Ahmadinejad has came to power, any kind of music except for religious and some kinds of traditional music is known illegal – particularly Rock music. Then he decided to record my vocal music tunes at home with his home equipments and start to looking for a way to introduce his works to the Free world.To finish he hope you like my demos and accept me as a new member of the wonderful world of music. In the hope of the freedom for music lovers. 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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