Jal The Band’s latest & probaly last video of 2011 and first video after Farhan Saeed’s (ex-lead vocalist) exit from the band.
LAHORE – The trio was the heaviest thing that the Pakistani youth had ever come across. The hard, electric guitar riffs had sunk their talons in the minds of confused, angsty youth. Ali Azmat’s voice – oozing with power and machismo, but tinged with a haunting and yearning at the same time – crooned away songs of heartbreak, and belted out anthems of revolt against authority; Brian O Connell (a unique phenomenon of being a foreigner in a Pakistani band), a plucked placidly at his bass strings, cool as a cucumber, but producing some of the most solid bass-lines, while Salman Ahmed, who had once upon a time played for the Vital Signs, fiercely churned his guitars, almost to ear deafening level. It was an impeccable combination of gritty Pakistani rock – actual rock.
ok.lot of questions were being asked about JAL. here i go. firstly , want to wish Farhan a very best of luck for his solo career . as far as jal is concern, it will always be my first priority, no matter what else i do. Whatever i am is just because of this band and i owe so much to JAL unconditionally and will continue it for JAL .so Brace yourself! wld update soon on new release by JAL.
LAHORE/KARACHI: After Farhan Saeed covered Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s “Halka Halka Suroor”, rumours were abuzz that the singer would be calling it quits with his band Jal. On September 3, Saeed finally confirmed the speculations, disclosing his departure from the band. He is now set to pursue his solo career and look after his business, the singer told in an exclusive interview at his cafe.
Goher Mumtaz ‘JAL’ in Drama ‘Kountry Luv’ – The Making
Coke Studio journeys through time with episode three, presenting genres and artists that cover a cross section of music that is representative of generations of listeners. Through a set of performances it outlines a history – presenting samples of music that capture the essence of an era – from the diversity of music that defines the present to flavours from the recent history of contemporary music and on to the sounds that are a part of our heritage.
Farhan Saeed (Jal) – Ik Aarzu (Unplugged) [Download Audio]
Jal live in Sialkot on 8th June, 2011 (Pictures)
Coke Studio embarks on its fourth season with a heightened awareness of the invisible depths of the musical foundations upon which it stands. Expanding on the experiences of the previous three seasons, Coke Studio now continues along the path of self-discovery with a fresh perspective on the scale of diversity – of music, poetry, cultures and languages – that exist in Pakistan. Download complete episode only on J4JUMPY.NET
Jal Band live at Cafe Rock, Lahore – 25 Sept. 2010 (Concert Pictures)
Celebrity Camp – An appeal to help those in desperate need
Pictures: JAL band PES Engineering college Bangalore concert – May 2010
Pictures: JAL at PC hotel Karachi
Goher Mumtaz (Jal The band) Photos – Random Collection
Farhan from Jal Band Areested on Lahore Airport with Gun Pen
Humein Itna Pyar (reprised) by JAL the Band – Download Video
Jal Band – Humein Itna Pyar (Video Photo shoot)
Watch Out Exclusive video for Pakistani Cricket Team from JAL the Band.
Download Audio: Jal – Sajni [Live @ LSA 2008]