The band Eendo is made up of Shaadbaanoo and Ardalan. Eendo translated as "These two" in Farsi, began its musical journey in September of 2008, when Ardalan started writing and recording a few short instrumental pieces for accordion ranging in style from waltzes and tangos to klezmer and gypsy swing. Overtime, these small and intimate pieces evolved into full-blown songs with words, Shaadbanoo's vocals, and many layers of other instruments, and finally developed into their debut album "Bord o Baakht." “Bord o Baakht”, meaning Win or Lose in Farsi, is a mix of many influences including Gypsy Jazz, Rock, Klezmer, Trad Jazz, Latin and Classical, and perhaps the music can be categorized into different subgenres. As the title suggests, the album is about contradictions in life: Joy and Sorrow, Togetherness and Separation, Compassion and Cruelty, Contentment and Greed, Celebration and Mourning, Love and Lust, Intoxication and Sobriety, Divine and Earthly, Up and Down, Winning and Losing.

Eshgh E Aasemaani
Boro Vasat
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