Qari Abdul-Basit ‘Abdus-Samad (1927–1988), or simpler known as Abdul Basit was a renowned Qari (reciter of the Quran). As such, many modern reciters try to imitate his style. Abdul Basit had won three world Qirat competitions in the early 1970s.
Abdul Basit was one of the first huffaz to make commercial recordings of his recitations, and the first president of the Reciters' Union in Egypt.
Abdul Basit is best known for his recitation of sura al-Fatiha, the first chapter of the Qur'an, which is a key sura (chapter) in the five daily Islamic canonical prayers.
Surah 001 AlFatiha
Abdul Basit – Surah 001 AlFatiha - Quran Central
Surah 002 AlBaqara
Surah Al-Baqara (The Cow) by Abdul Basit
Surah 003 AalEImran
Surah Al-E-Imran (The Family Of ‘Imran, The House Of ‘Imran) by Abdul Basit
Surah 004 AnNisa
Surah An-Nisa (Women) by Abdul Basit
Surah 005 AlMaidah
Surah Al-Maeda (The Table, The Table Spread) by Abdul Basit
Surah 006 AlAnaam
Surah Al-Anaam (Cattle, Livestock) by Abdul Basit