Album: Reflection of Love (2007)
  • Ayeneh is the Persian word for mirror; the California-based Jooliet wrote the song, which is arranged by Erwin Khachian, and released on Concerto Records. Music is a language of its own, and you don't have to speak Farsi to appreciate this emotional performance, which is backed by some tasteful Gary Moore style guitar reminiscent of the Santana instrumental "Moonflower". >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England


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