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- Qatada -
02-26-2007, 09:42 PM
:salamext:


When i started practising newly at the beginning, i remember quite alot of things.. like the way i felt, what stages in life i was going through.. and stuff.



Anyway the nasheeds had a big impact on me [the same way any song effects the way a person thinks.]

So what were the first nasheeds you listened to, and when you listen to them now - do they remind you of them times..?



I know that Ahmad Bukhatir's tracks, if i listen to them.. they usually get me thinking. His track Taweel As-Shawq reminded me of death alot, which encouraged me to be more practising.


What about you?
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Shukria
02-26-2007, 09:56 PM
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The nasheed that really made me aware of my wrong doings would have to be Ahmed Bukhtair's Last Death..For awhile, after my dream which I have spoken about already ( http://www.islamicboard.com/general-...ractising.html ) would make me too scared to go to bed at night as the lyrics would be in my head.

Here it is:
http://english.islamway.com/flashpag...=550&hight=400

:w:
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Maidah
02-26-2007, 10:27 PM
Well i don't know if it's a nasheed but there is a title by Ahmed Bukhtair called ''ketab Allah''. I don't know how but that really touched, and the funny thing is that i don't even get arabic but there was something about it that was so overwhelming.:statisfie
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- Qatada -
02-26-2007, 10:30 PM
:salamext:


Yeah, ^ you can download that from here insha'Allaah:


Kitaab Allaah [the book of Allaah] - Ahmad Bukhatir
http://downloads1.nadeemdownloads.co...ab-e-Allah.mp3


I heard that two years back.. along with that Taweel As-Shawq, there was another one called Al Qudsu tu Nadeena.. about Phillistine [Palestine.]
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Maidah
02-26-2007, 10:53 PM
^ jazakAllah khair. But he is really good, Allah has really blessed him with a voice and he is making use of it in a beautiful way. I think this is his official website if you wanna know more about him;

http://www.bukhatir.org/index.php
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Beblessed
02-26-2007, 11:38 PM
My first nasheed was Yusuf islam - tal3albadru 3alyna and then zain bhika - praise to the last prophet:)
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03-26-2008, 01:26 PM
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Last Breath - MP3

Last Breath Lyrics
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Souljette
03-26-2008, 02:19 PM
hmmm i think i listened to Al Qudso Tonadeena nd many others like Abu Ali's nasheeds..i don't really understand arabic but they jst are soo soothing for sum reason..nd i luv the ghuraba nasheed as always
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IbnAbdulHakim
03-26-2008, 02:44 PM
ah mantu annal akhirah by rasaeel


^ Still my favorite nasheed. i love it so much subhanALlah
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Nájlá
03-27-2008, 03:50 PM
my first nasheed was hijabi by ahmaed bukhtair
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SATalha
03-27-2008, 04:24 PM
I started listening to "that" nasheed by Sami Yusuf and its just hit me so much. Even now if i listen to it, my tears just roll. Can anyone guess what nasheed it is? ohhh come one!
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Nájlá
03-27-2008, 04:25 PM
hasbi rabi
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edil
03-27-2008, 05:20 PM
Masha'allah most of you tend to be a fan of bukhatir I really like his nasheeds, I cant get enough of Taweel as shawq nasheed. I LIKED listening to R&B's but after I changed I loved that one nasheed by Naseeha Peace Justice and Harmony so music wasnt my thing anymore.
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Mikayeel
03-27-2008, 05:30 PM
A is for allah! lool:) and full of humility!
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Al-Zaara
03-27-2008, 05:47 PM
Ah, there was a time when I didn't even know nasheeds existed, what they were.

Ahmed Bukhatir and Sami Yusuf, I remember listening to in the beginning. But this nasheed by Yusuf Islam I'll never forget, dedicated to the lost lives in Bosnia, brings still tears in my eyes:

"The Little Ones"

oh they've killed all the little ones
while their faces still smiled
with their guns and the fury
they erased their young lives

no longer to laugh
no longer to be a child
oh they killed all the little ones
while their faces still smiled

now they’re burying the little ones
and making the graves deep
so the world cannot see
that tonight, we may sleep

while they wash away the blood
the mothers all weep
oh they're burying the little ones
and they’re making the graves deep
oh they're burying the little ones
they’re making their graves deep

yes where will the devils go
when that day comes
when the angels drag them out
to face the little ones

oh they've killed all the little ones
with their eyes open wide
there was nothing to help them
on the day that they died
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Al-Zaara
03-27-2008, 05:47 PM
Ah, there was a time when I didn't even know nasheeds existed, what they were.

Ahmed Bukhatir and Sami Yusuf, I remember listening to in the beginning. But this nasheed by Yusuf Islam I'll never forget, dedicated to the lost lives in Bosnia, brings still tears in my eyes:

"The Little Ones"

oh they've killed all the little ones
while their faces still smiled
with their guns and the fury
they erased their young lives

no longer to laugh
no longer to be a child
oh they killed all the little ones
while their faces still smiled

now they’re burying the little ones
and making the graves deep
so the world cannot see
that tonight, we may sleep

while they wash away the blood
the mothers all weep
oh they're burying the little ones
and they’re making the graves deep
oh they're burying the little ones
they’re making their graves deep

yet where will the devils go
when that day comes
when the angels drag them out
to face the little ones

oh they've killed all the little ones
with their eyes open wide
there was nothing to help them
on the day that they died
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SATalha
03-27-2008, 07:38 PM
Nooooo it was al-Mualim
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