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‘Rang - Colors of Sufism’
Amaan Ali Khan & Ayaan Ali Khan’s New Album Released

L-R: Amaan Ali Khan, Subhalaxmi Ali Khan, Jaya Bachchan, Karan Johar, Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Ayaan Ali Khan, and Neema Ali Khan

Times Music released a new album ‘Rang - Colors of Sufism’ by renowned sarod stars Amaan Ali Khan & Ayaan Ali Khan. It is their interpretation of timeless Qawwalis.  Amaan and Ayaan represent the seventh generation of their father, Ustad Amjad Ali Khan’s musical legacy.

The album was unveiled in Mumbai in March by film producer Karan Johar. Among the guests was Jaya who also co unveiled the album.

RANG features Amaan and Ayaan’s interpretations of traditional qawwalis on the sarod. The Qawwalis have been performed by Sultan Niyazi and party. The seven-track album is an interpretation of a few timeless musical treats such as Bahut Din Beete, and Aaj Rang Hai. One of the tracks is particularly haunting – Mann Kunto Maula. The blend of Sufi singing and sarod have creates a beautiful experience for the listener. Other tracks from this Main Nizaam, Zihale Miskin and Kaahe Ko Byaahe Bides.

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