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Iqbal Jogi (Lua error in package.lua at line 80: module 'Module:Unicode data' not found.) was a Pakistani musician. He was master player of murli (instrument), a type of a Sindhi folk musical instrument. He was from Aror (a medieval town in Sukkur District of Sindh).
Olympic Records released an album titled Iqbal Jogi and Party in the 1950s, on which he played the instrument in a series of tracks of Sufi devotional music. Re-issued in 1997 as The Passion of Pakistan Tradition. His style is often marketed as "snake-charmer music".
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