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Sami Yusuf - Lament - WebTv

Category Music
Date Added
LanguageTurkish [Türkçe]
Watch Sami's Official YouTube goo.gl/QI8XzT Buy album now on iTunes goo.gl/Fkw2NS On Amazon goo.gl/WTTne2 Andante Store goo.gl/QzUED6 Listen to samples from "The Centre" album: goo.gl/ZtVMeJ Buy Album in GERMANY goo.gl/pfIVQr On Amazon goo.gl/cSgNtP Buy Album In FRANCE goo.gl/zVZE8W On Amazon goo.gl/aLkpMc Buy Album in USA: goo.gl/7rHFeC For more information visit: www.samiyusufofficial.com/thec... Follow Sami Yusuf on: www.twitter.com/samiyusuf www.facebook.com/samiyusuf www.instagram.com/samiyusuf www.samiyusufofficial.com Lament (song description): The encounter with the Transcendent inspires an unspeakable awe, in the face of which our worldly existence appears as a source of separation and sorrow. Lament meditates on lines written by Ibn 'Arabi (1165-1240) communicating the terror and wonder of an experience of the Infinitely Beyond. The poet uses visceral language that associates the desolation of the lover with the desolation of the desert to evoke the meeting of overwhelming attraction and overwhelming fear in a heart that trembles in the face of the Absolute. Credits: Performed, Arranged and Produced by Sami Yusuf Words by Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Arabi (1165-1240) Music: Sami Yusuf Classical guitars performed by Jon Lawton Recorded by Barron, Sayyed Hesham & Vishnu Rajan @ Andante Studios Mixed & Mastered by Barron @ Andante Studios Published by Resonance Music Administered by Fairwood Music (UK) Ltd for the World Directed by Omar Habib @ Andante Studios. For more information visit: www.samiyusufofficial.com #SYTheCentre #SamiYusuf #AndanteRecords #Lament @SamiYusuf © 2014 Andante Records. All rights reserved