Qawwali Maestro Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Featured in American Magazine rolling stones The 200 Greatest Singers of All Time list. It also includes artists.
The list was published on Sunday. “Looking at an archival performance of the late Pakistani vocal master Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, whose family’s musical heritage dates back hundreds of years, is an icon in the realm of Qawwali, a type of Sufi devotional song. It’s easy to forget: hear how his music easily reached audiences around the world in the ’80s, when he played abroad and began recording for Peter Gabriel’s Real World label.” magazine wrote for the “Dumb Must Must” singer.
It talked about Khan’s fans within the global music industry, including Madonna, Eddie Vedder, with whom he worked dead man walking The soundtrack and Jeff Buckley, who called him “Elvis.”
The top spot on the list was secured by the late American singer-songwriter Aretha Franklin, followed by Whitney Houston and Sam Cooke.The top ten section included artists Billie Holiday, Mariah Carey, Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder. , Beyoncé, Otis Redding and Al Green were also included.
About Mangeshkar, whose music is widely heard in Pakistan, the magazine wrote: defined. Lata plays back She is a singer empress, a vocal who performs songs lip-synced by actors in lavish musical films. She is a magician and is estimated to have recorded over 7,000 songs. ’” She claimed the 84th spot on the list.
Bruce Springsteen, Elton John, Bob Marley, Usher, Chuck Berry, Stevie Nicks, Taylor Swift, Bono, Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse, Joan Gilberto, Billie Eilish, Rosalia, Verna・Boys and others were also included in the list.