Because Monday is already taken. This column will feature music I listen to when I write, or maybe sometimes music I just like (and therefore think everyone else should, too).
As I continue to do work in my Brides trilogy, I find myself continually drawn back to this album. This song is called “Parishaan,” another by the group Niyaz:
Again, Azam Ali is singing is Farsi. The word parishaan means “sorrow” or “regret.” The lyrics are based on a poem by the eleventh-century Persian poet Baba Taher.