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Moein (persian:معین)
Birth name Nasrollah Moein (persian: نصرالله معین)
Born 1951 (age 59)

Najaf Abad Isfahan Iran

Genres Pop
Dance
Occupations Singer
Years active 1982–present
Labels Taraneh Records
Caltex Records
MZM Records

Nasrollah Moein (Persian: نصرالله معین) known as Moein is a famous Iranian singer who is well known for his love songs.

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Early life

Moein was born in Najafabad in 1951, Isfahan, considered by many to be Iran's "City of Artists". He was so fond of his birthplace that even though Tehran had become the Center of all artists, he still stayed in Isfahan and continued to perform at the "Shah Abbas" Hotel.

Early career

In 1982, after writing "Yeki Ra Doost Midaram", he left the country. In one of his interviews, Moein actually explains that his song "Yeki Ra Doost Midaram" had been performed by Hayedeh (famous Persian singer before him) by the time he arrived to L.A.. However, it was his version which became very popular and lead Moein to his first hit. It's interesting to note that even to-date many people think Moein performed Hayedeh's song. Around this period his songs drew a lot of attention. Moein continued to produce hit after hit. Such classics as Kabeh, Havas, Esfehan, Miparastam, Paricheh. These were all great hits not only in Iran self but also outside of Iran (for example Sweden and Germany where many Irianans have emigrated to).

Present

Unknown.

Discography

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Studio albums

With Taraneh Records

  • 1985 Havas
  • 1986 Yekira dust midaram
  • 1987 Arezoo
  • 1988 Safar
  • 1988 Kaabeh
  • 1988 Bibigol
  • 1989 Asheghtar Az Man Cheh Kasee
  • 1990 Esfahan With Faezeh
  • 1990 Golhaye Ghorbat
  • 1992 Paricheh
  • 1992 Sobhet Bekhair Azizam
  • 1992 Khatereha 7 with Shohreh Solati
  • 1994 Live in concert
  • 1995 Mosafer
  • 1996 Tavalode Eshgh
  • 2004 Greatest Hits

With Caltex Records

  • 1992 Namaz
  • 1997 Panjareh
  • 1998 Moa'mma
  • 2000 Parvaaz
  • 2002 Lahze ha
  • 2007 World of Love

With MZM Records

  • 2007 Tolou
  • 2010 TBA

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