4 Sep 2007, 9:49pm
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New Kiosk Video: Ey Dad Az Eshgh


Check out Kiosk’s latest video, directed by Ahmad Kiarostami (aka Kia Sohrabi) for the song “Ey Dad Az Eshgh.” Very loosely translated, that means “What about love?”

It’s such a simple video: just a hand (the director’s) writing some of the words in the song around the big word in the middle, “eshgh,” which means love and gets increasingly distorted as more words are added around it. I hope he posts one with an English translation, though translation for this video may be a little trickier than for the last one, Eshgh-e Sorat.

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5 Sep 2007, 12:58am
by Ron Hooper


I sure like the music, very nice. I’m missing the farsi, look forward to the translation.

 

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