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|جبر جغرافیایی |
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|Genre|| Persian traditional music |
|Mohsen Namjoo chronology|
Jabr-e Joghrafiyaei (Persian: جبر جغرافیایی) is the second official studio album by the Iranian singer-songwriter Mohsen Namjoo after Toranj. It was officially released sometime in 2008.
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Mohsen Namjoo is an Iranian singer-songwriter, composer and musician. His style of music is influenced by blues and rock as well as Iranian folk music. The lyrics of his songs are also a combination of Persian classical poems, his own lyrics, and contemporary poems; Namjoo uses the words freely, infusing them with irony and sarcasm to carry the music and to create a freestyle form of singing. His blending of Western and Persian music produces unexpected moments.
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Toranj was singer-songwriter Mohsen Namjoo's official debut in 2007, as none of his previous albums were allowed for legal release by Iranian governmental authorities. Also it was the last album of the artist to get legal license. The album featured nine traditional folk songs, including poems from Hafez, Rumi, Baba Taher and Attar.
Oy is the third studio album by the Iranian singer-songwriter Mohsen Namjoo after Toranj and Jabr-e Joghrafiyaei. Released on 6 October 2009 this was Namjoo's first album produced and published outside Iran.
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Jabr may refer to:
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