Kourosh Yaghmaei –کوروش یغمایی– (see his website by clicking here) set the trends of Iranian lectronic guitar music by combining eastern melodies and themes with Western 1960s-early 1970s psychedelic styles, not unlike similar experimentaiton that went on neighboring Turkey during the 1960s and 1970s (to the present).
Kourosh Yaghmaei –کوروش یغمایی– (left) an icon of Iranian popular guitar-electronic music and his son Kaveh Yaghmaei (right) an accomplished and excelent guitarist in his right. See Kaveh Yaghmaei’s -کاوه یغمایی- site by clicking here.
Gol e Yakh – گل یخ- One of Kourosh Yaghmaei’s most popualr songs, this piece propelled Yaghmaei to stardom. Gol e Yakh continues to be popular among Iranians to this day.
Tak Derakht – Rangarang Variety Show, Tehran, 1977
Dokhtar e Del Khasteh e Shahr -دختر دلخسته شهر-
Hajm e Khali
Shekare ahou – a traditional folk song composed with guitar melodies with some hints of Franco-Italian rock music of the 1960s and 1970s.
Bache Khoobe Koocheh.
Entezar – the organ intro bears a resembalcne to the 1960s hit “Whiter Shade of Pale”