"Famous Persian legendary rock singer, Farhad Mehrad (right), lyricist Shahyar Ghanbari (middle) and composer Esfandiar Monfaredzadeh (left) .
'Jomeh' (meaning Friday), was written by the famous Persian lyricist, Shahyar Ghanbari in the early 1970s. It was initially released as the video music of the movie, “Khodahafez Rafigh” (meaning Goodbye Friend - Directed by Amir Naderi), in 1971. The song was made about the February 1971 Siahkal Marxist guerrilla uprising and its subsequent oppression by the Pahlavi dynasty.”
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Shot by Daniel Sannwald
الملاكم الشهير محمد علي كلاي وصوره له في بغداد بدايه التسعينيات
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Brushstroke Abstraction II, 1996
Oil and Magna on canvas
30 x 27 inches