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    Posted: September 29 2009 at 03:45

You find everything about GAZPACHO in this site.But one thing miss about NIGHT. 2 songs in this album is very special for me. " dream of  stone " and  "massive illusion". You know i am from iran. i know most of persian melodys. Trust me. in the end part of those songs violon and piano generate duet in persian folk style. First time i listen NIGHT i cant believe what i listen. this is very very similar to songs i listen from past to now in iran. This duet make me cry. I dont listen this persian folk from other bands. thank you GAZPACHO.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 29 2009 at 12:30
^ I always heard a certain influence on Gazpacho's later albums that I called "Middle-Eastern" ... I didn't know that they used Persian folklore. Have a listen to their new album Tick Tock, too ... they continue the influence on that one.Smile
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 30 2009 at 13:53
Originally posted by Mr ProgFreak Mr ProgFreak wrote:

^ I always heard a certain influence on Gazpacho's later albums that I called "Middle-Eastern" ... I didn't know that they used Persian folklore. Have a listen to their new album Tick Tock, too ... they continue the influence on that one.Smile
 
1- Please dont say " MIDDLE-EASTERN" . middle east  area have very different culture and folklore. Iran have oldest civilization and culture in this area. After islam attack to my country , iranian people save their culture and folklor. But in the west, many people think iran like arab and iranian people similar to arab people. This is a very big mistake. In many of prog bands you can see iranian folk(persian folk) elements.
2- i have Tick Tock and every time i listen to it i enjoy.
3- Thank you for your answer.
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