|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||Here I Love You||10||mp3||1980||Rhapsody (2)|
|2||From East To West||9||mp3||1978||Tangent Records (2)|
|3||Persian Love Songs And Mystic Chants Sung By Shusha||16||mp3||1971||Tangent Records (2)|
|4||Songs Of Long-Time Lovers||12||mp3||1972||Tangent Records (2)|
|5||Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye||4||mp3||1974||United Artists Records|
|6||Persian Love Songs & Mystic Chants||16||mp3||Lyrichord|
|7||Shusha||10||mp3||1974||United Artists Records|
|9||Persian Love Songs And Mystic Chants Sung By Shusha||16||mp3||Lyrichord|
|10||People Of The Wind||11||mp3||1977||Carolyn|
|11||Lovely In The Dances (Songs Of Sydney Carter)||14||mp3||1983||Larrikin Records|
|12||Lovely In The Dances: Songs Of Sydney Carter||14||mp3||1997||Osmosys|
|13||This Is The Day||11||mp3||1974||United Artists Records|
Shushā (Shamsi) Guppy born Shamsi Assār (December 24, 1935, Tehran, Iran - March 21, 2008, London, United Kingdom), was a writer, editor and - under the name of "Shusha" - a singer of Persian and Western folk-songs.
She had lived in London since the mid 1960s. She was also a talented amateur documentary filmmaker who was even nominated for an Oscar (a First for an Iranian) back in 1976 for her feature documentary People of the Wind co-directed with Anthony Howarth which was narrated by British Hollywood Star James Mason. Her books were reminiscent of the very first generation of Iranian expatriates to study and live outside Iran and who redefined and enriched their Persian heritage within a cosmopolitan identity both by necessity and choice.
She married the writer and explorer Nicholas Guppy in 1961 and were divorced in 1976.