The San Francisco World Music Artist, Jayce Langoodiis showing his immense talent as an instrumentalist and vocalist with the latest release cover track of ‘Bano- Cover’.
San Francisco, California Sep 15, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – The propitious talent, Jayce Langoodi is creating a buzz in the industry with his talent and creativity. This talented star has recently released a cover track named ‘Bano- Cover‘ which is an Old Iranian folk song and made it his own by adding modern twists to it. This song is living proof of the artist’s immense talent as a producer and an instrumentalist, especially as a drummer.
As mentioned, the song, ‘Bano- Cover’ is a cover track of an old song with the same name which follows a certain theme of melancholy. This Old Iranian folk song is a story of a man who has just lost the love of his life and now is encouraging her to love and love more. This song represents the sadness of losing love and celebrating liberation on the other hand. This theme was enriched by the San Francisco World Music Artist‘s additional vocals and musical arrangements. The cover track is musically rich and the drum beats of ‘donbak’, the traditional Iranian drums added an extra layer of appeal to the track.
It sounds unbelievable to think that the artist has developed his passion for playing drums in just 3 years and has gained this excellence in just a short span of time. Over the time period of lockdown, because of Covid, Jayce Langoodi started playing the Cuban hand drum and the ‘donbak’ and recorded all of his tracks in his home studio. Not just an alluring drummer, but the artist is also a praiseworthy music producer and mixer. On top of that his vocal tunes also helped in adding that modern twist to this Old Iranian folk song. There are similar performances of him on songs like ‘Roody’s Mahi And Jayce”s Percussion’, ‘Taha-with Jayce on Percussion-BavarMkon-fincut’, ‘Dast latest mix Jayce vocal drums’ which are all available on Soundcloud.
Jayce Langoodi Has Come Up With the Song ‘Bano- Cover’:
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