Maneesh De Moor – Call of the Mystic

Imagine a warm day, a warm breeze .. the smell of the ocean … the voices of people singing together – enjoying life as it is .. they swirl in a magical dance until they fall. Who are these people? Call them the Sufis. Bahram Ji the singer is a Sufi of them. He plays on a magic instrument – the Persian Santoor – which, as the Sufis say, creates a sound of emptiness.

Maneesh de Moor

And here is another picture: a warm night … disco lights … people of the city … dancing close to each other – these are the urban jungles of Maneesh de Moor – a musician from Amsterdam who can intertwine ethnics and ambient, traditions and modernity.

Together, creating a mixture of the vibrant urban atmosphere and the poetry of mystical Sufis like Rumi, they dedicated this album to an abundance of love, peace, friendship and of course God – from which they brought this message for us.

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In different ways, but with a single will, the electric master Maneesh De Moor and the Sufi Bahram Ji joined forces in the studio to create the disc The Call of the Mystic. It is made with deep respect for each other’s talent, from the heart, without compromise. Powerful merger.

Maneesh De Moor was born in Holland, traveling, Maneesh mastered the art of synthesizing sound and shaping it, studying classical and pop music all over the world. He specialized in styles of intersection of ethnic and traditional music and modern trends. Together worked with many musicians from all over the world: Sudha, Praful, Bahramji, Deva Premal & Miten, Prem Joshua and others.

Maneesh de Moor - Call of the Mystic

Maneesh de Moor & BahramJi – Call of the Mystic (2005)

Sufi, an ethno ambient studio album, in which the sounds of Santoor are very unusual with modern synthetic sounds in the style of Chill Out and Lounge. The amazing blow that along with many performers who have already managed to mix the old and the eastern with the modern and the western – did it in its own way and deserves special attention.

Above the album worked: Manesh DeMoor – arrangement, synthass, electric guitar, keys. And also mixing, sound programming percussion, mixing. Sandhya Sanjana – Vocals. Sudha – Vocals


01. Bahramji & Maneesh De Moor – Crazy Heart.mp3
02. Bahramji & Maneesh De Moor – Watch The Cat.mp3
03. Bahramji & Maneesh De Moor – La Illaha (feat. Sudha).mp3
04. Bahramji & Maneesh De Moor – Moment With You.mp3
05. Bahramji & Maneesh De Moor – Dreamcatcher.mp3
06. Bahramji & Maneesh De Moor – Harambol Connection.mp3
07. Bahramji & Maneesh De Moor – Return Of The Nightingale.mp3

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Nicholas Wilson
I am glad to present on this site my collection of music in the Worldmusic, Enigmatic, Chillout style, and also my interesting serial collections of electronic music such as Buddha Bar, Cafe del Mar, and other

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