Originally Posted by Abu Sayyad
Masha'Allah.. that is shyekh budayer? he sounds so different.. that recitation reminds me of one rainy day when i was driving my car, there was so much thunder and lightening and no one was on the road because they were freaking out, I was coming home from the hospital really late, and didn't want anyone to come get me because it was dangerous, my car was fogging up, so I opened the windows, and, and turned on Quran, and said Allah swt and the Quran will be my companion.. there is a very narrow curved bridge, I often had night mares it would be where I'd meet my end, and when I drove that day whether slow or fast, the water from the wheels would go all over the place, making it impossible to see ( when I already have poor eye sight) but I made it sob7an Allah, Allah swt made it so easy on me, and when I got home the rain had ceased and the sky just looked heavenly.. I don't know if you can capture that feeling in a video.. it just is a personal recitation, that I love so much, have been wondering for ages who the reciter is.. so Jazaka Allah khyran ( if you upload this as a video, pls make a rain theme for it :D)
shykh sala7 sali7 ar'rachid, has always been my favorite, and suret yousef I used to listen to it every morning all through school along with Mohammed, almozamil and almodathir.. each time he recites he sounds so different, he is truly gifted that he can bring to every recitation its due rights, whether emotional, or reproachful.. sob7an Allah..
indeed I have many amazing recitations, I'll upload them for you insha'Allah little by little..
it is my quest to have the entire Quran in what I consider the best recitations and then memorize them all insha'Allah...
Jazaka Allah khyran..