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Hassan Kassai - Iran Musiques De L'asie Traditionnelle - World LP
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Hassan Kassai - Iran Musiques De L'asie Traditionnelle LP

Label: Playa Sound
Catalogue: PS 33521
Origin: Iran
Record is VG++
Cover is gatefold and has slight corner wear with a sticker mark in the upper right hand corner and crease marks in the bottom left corner. (see our picture)

Side A:

Dastgah-E-Shour
1. Pishdaramad - Shahnaz
2. Tshaharmezrab, kereshme..
3. Shekaste, ruh-ol-arwah, dashti..

Side B:

Dastagh-E-Mahour
1. Daramad Tsharmezrab..
2. Abol-tshap, khoravani..
3. Sufi-name, saghi-name..

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 05 July, 2010.

 
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