Allan Fakir: Download Sufi MP3 Songs
Sindhi (ﺴﻨﺪﻫﻰ ) Sufiana & Arfana Kalam
Allan Fakir (1932 – 2000) or Alan Fakeer, a Pakistani folk singer, is considered one of the major artists of sindhi Sufi music in Pakistan. His style comprised mostly traditional Sindhi folk music and he gain popularity for bringing the Sufi poetry of Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai to wider audiences. He was particularly popular for extreme ecstatic style of Sufi dancing along with his singing; with facial expressions to amuse the audience. He was given the President’s Pride of Performance Award.
Raah Musafir Bulleh Shah 1.6MB (6:38)
Allah 5.5MB (5:49)
Allan Fakir, the folk and Sufi music maestro, joined forces with the versatile Muhammad Ali Shehki, a pop music sensation, to create a musical masterpiece that bridged the gap between traditional and contemporary Pakistani music. Released in the late 1970s, their collaboration was a testament to the power of music to transcend genres and appeal to a diverse audience. “Tere Ishq Mein Jo Bhi Doob Gaya” is one such gem. This iconic song, performed by Allan Fakir in collaboration with Muhammad Ali Shehki, has stood the test of time, captivating audiences with its soulful lyrics and haunting melody.
Tiri Pawanda Tar 0.9MB (4:12)
Joggii Ddadhii Zaa 1.8MB (7:53)
Sukhan Wari Sadh 6.0MB (6:26)
Mahbuub Ggolai Ddis Sachal Sarmast 0.8MB (3:18)