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Sami Yusuf Islamic Music

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An ethnic Azerbaijani[4][5] born in Tehran, Iran, Yusuf was raised in London from the age of three.[6] In one of his interviews Sami Yusuf said: Azerbaijan – my historical Motherland. My parents are Azerbaijanis, and grandparents were originally from Baku.[7] His father loaned him a book on the basics of the Tombak which Yusuf studied.[8][9] As a teenager he was a devotee of classical music and classical icons like Frédéric Chopin and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, saying that he listened to Classic FM for hours a day.[10] He went on training professionally in several other instruments including the santoor, piano, violin, oud, setar, tar, and daf under the guidance of traditional teachers, as well as professional musicians.[citation needed] While producing and demo-recording for another singer, he became aware of his own singing abilities which were further developed by the encouragement of his family. Divided between pursuing a musical career and studying law at King's College London, Yusuf opted for music while committed to "doing something dignified and respectable".[10] Although he says that he has always been spiritual, he reconnected with his Islamic faith through a "religious awakening"[11] at the age of sixteen. Yusuf self-produced and released his debut album "Al-mu'allim" at the age of 23.[12]
Yusuf's sixth album Songs of the Way was released on January 1, 2015. It features 12 audio tracks with a traditional Iranian and Islamic theme. All lyrics were written by Seyyed Hossein Nasr, an Iranian University Professor of Islamic studies at George Washington University. Except for two tracks which are in Persian and Arabic, the rest of the songs are in English. Yusuf himself plays most of the instruments, and has benefited from assistance from his father Babak Radmanesh and a number of other Iranian musicians in playing traditional Iranian instruments

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*Araftul Hawa
*Asma Allah
*Hasbi Rabbi
*Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyum
*You Came To Me (English)
*Forgotten Promise
*Make Me Strong
*And Others...

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