|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Sama - The Nature Of The Soul||6||Audio||1997||Nazca Music|
|2||Sufiyan||10||Audio||2009-10-00||Blue Flame Records|
|3||Sufi Safir||8||Audio||2010-02-08||Blue Flame Records|
|4||Master & Disciple||8||Audio||2007||Blue Flame Records|
Bahram was born in 1952 in the Kurdish city of Kermanshah in Persia.
As a child he heard the ancient Sufi melodies, which are the inspiration for his music today. At the age of 13 he learned to play the Santoor and started to perform at several places in his hometown. In 1977 he left Persia, studied and travelled in India and later on in Europe.
Through playing whirling music for wanderers from different cultures, his style has changed from the traditional approach to his own. He melts old songs into a new form, creating a meditative sphere, to uplift body and soul.