Posted on January 12, 2011
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20 responses to “Faiz Centenary: Tina Sings Faiz. Again.”

  1. Rosheen Ali says:

    Tina Sani’s is the ‘Voice of Faiz’ for masses of Pakistan, who with her amazing music brought verses of Faiz Sahib to public in Pakistan. Some of her best rendition of Kalam e Faiz Ahmed Faiz are below to download at faiz-ahmad-faiz.html

    • Mere Dil Mere Musaafir (4:45)
    • Nahin Nigah Mein Manzil (5:49)
    • Woh Buton Ne Daale Hain Waswasay (8:54)
    • Nawai Ney Masnavi (Kalam Maulana Rumi) 5.3MB

  2. Zara Norris says:

    Great review! You have seemed to sum up quite splendidly a review on Tina Sani & Shabana Azmi’s “Bahaar Aayee” CD, in celebration of Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s 100th year. Although, I’d like to inform you that album Tina Sani & Shabana Azmi’s “Bahaar Ayee” is Released, Published and Distributed by EMI Pakistan Ltd. FYI.

    Thanks & Best of luck.

  3. Comrade Asim says:

    I am also awaiting the new album. Also, I also think that the elite has kidnapped Faiz and some of the same people he was writing against seem most interested in him. I am afraid that same thing is happening to Jalib now.

  4. Zamir says:

    Tina Sani has also done a wonderful job with Shikwa/Jawab-e-shikwa:

  5. Malik Ali says:

    On Shahid’s comment, I think it is both. There is a melodiousness in Faiz sahib’s poetry. His ghazal and nazm are both easy to sing and a delight to hear. I think he benefited from great singers of each era singing him. But I think they also sang him because they knew that Faiz will command an audience, no matter who sings him. Even a badly sung Faiz poem is usually a delight to hear, just for the poetry.