Shye Ben-Tzur

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Junun 00:00 Tools
Hu 00:00 Tools
Roked 03:21 Tools
Allah Elohim 04:38 Tools
Chala Vahi Des 00:00 Tools
Junun Brass 04:38 Tools
Kalandar 04:38 Tools
Julus 04:38 Tools
Modeh 04:38 Tools
Eloah 04:38 Tools
Ahuvi 04:38 Tools
Azov 04:38 Tools
There Are Birds in the Echo Chamber 04:38 Tools
Dancing 06:31 Tools
Gathering 04:08 Tools
Tawhid 04:16 Tools
As You Will 06:24 Tools
Intoxication 01:53 Tools
Liberated 04:53 Tools
Daras Bin 05:38 Tools
Heeyam Gathering 04:20 Tools
Bakol Atta 07:31 Tools
Shoshan 05:56 Tools
Sovev 05:26 Tools
To Die In Love 04:35 Tools
Dil Ke Bahar 06:01 Tools
Intro: Shoshan 01:39 Tools
Intro: Dil Ke Bahar 01:23 Tools
Dar E Yar 05:09 Tools
Intro Daras Bin 01:00 Tools
Shoshan Katan 02:54 Tools
Intro Worshiper of Love 02:25 Tools
Worshiper of Love 04:20 Tools
Gathering - Intoxication 01:54 Tools
Gathering -Intoxication 01:53 Tools
Intro Shoshan 01:40 Tools
Intro Dil Ke Bahar 01:23 Tools
Gathering - Intro 01:23 Tools
Gathering ("Heeyam" - 2003) 05:09 Tools
Worshipper of Love 01:23 Tools
Tawhid -Intro 01:23 Tools
Dar-E-Yar 05:09 Tools
Intro Daras Bina 05:09 Tools
Gathering-Intoxication 01:23 Tools
Daras Bina 05:09 Tools
Intro Worshipper Of Love 05:09 Tools
Dawn 04:35 Tools
Intro Shosahn 05:09 Tools
As You Will - Intro 04:35 Tools
Kalander f/ Jonny Greenwod 05:09 Tools
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Shye Ben-Tzur is an acclaimed Israeli composer, producer and performer who has been in India for the past decade, creating music which brings together traditional Sufi Qawwali, Rajasthani rhythms with western elements. He was formerly part of the rock band Sword of Damocles. After attending a concert in Israel by the Indian classical musicians Hari Prasad Chaurasia and Zakir Hussain, he became interested in Indian music, which brought him into contact with Qawwali. He went to Ajmer in India (the site of the mausoleum of one of the greatest India Sufi saints, Moinuddin Chishti), and learnt Qawwali from qawwals there. In 2004, he performed at Jahan-e-Khusrau, the prestigious international Sufi music festival held in New Delhi in the spring annually since 2001. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.