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post Jun 28 2009, 12:38 AM
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Sawan Bhadon (1970)

This is the first Hindi movie of Rekha. It has some nice songs composed by Sonik-Omi. Here are the songs ...

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Hum Dono (1961)

Dev Anand had a dual role in this movie. Sadhana and Nanda were female leads. S.D. Burman took a breather from composing music for Dev's own home productions. Jaidev, who also was a full music director (he provided music for Chetan Anand's "Joru Ka Bhai" in 1955 and "Anjali" in 1957) but mostly assisting S.D. Burman got to provide music for this movie. His songs from this movie are still cherished by the music lovers. Sahir provided some of the rich lyrics for the songs. All songs are great but standouts are Rafi Saab's solo "Main Zindagi Ke Saath" and his duet with Asha "Abhi Na Jaao".

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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jun 28 2009, 06:11 AM) *

Hum Dono (1961)

Dev Anand had a dual role in this movie. Sadhana and Nanda were female leads. S.D. Burman took a breather from composing music for Dev's own home productions. Jaidev, who also was a full music director (he provided music for Chetan Anand's "Joru Ka Bhai" in 1955 and "Anjali" in 1957) but mostly assisting S.D. Burman got to provide music for this movie. His songs from this movie are still cherished by the music lovers. Sahir provided some of the rich lyrics for the songs. All songs are great but standouts are Rafi Saab's solo "Main Zindagi Ke Saath" and his duet with Asha "Abhi Na Jaao".

Here are the songs ...

For me, the standout song in "Hum dono" is the Asha solo "JahaaN me aisa
kaun hai". While I like the duet particularly and in general the entire
soundtrack, the Asha solo is an all-time favorite.
But the combination of the beauty in Asha's voice, Sahir's tender lyrics and an
absolutely stunning Sadhana make it an unbeatable song for me.
For years, Sadhana in that scene was my image of the ultimate girl-friend/partner wub.gif
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post Jun 29 2009, 12:34 AM
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Thank you very much Swarapriya for these great uploads.
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QUOTE(sangeetbhakt @ Jun 28 2009, 11:14 AM) *

For me, the standout song in "Hum dono" is the Asha solo "JahaaN me aisa
kaun hai". While I like the duet particularly and in general the entire
soundtrack, the Asha solo is an all-time favorite.
But the combination of the beauty in Asha's voice, Sahir's tender lyrics and an
absolutely stunning Sadhana make it an unbeatable song for me.
For years, Sadhana in that scene was my image of the ultimate girl-friend/partner wub.gif


Wow!
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QUOTE(akbaralibhai @ Jun 28 2009, 12:04 PM) *

Thank you very much Swarapriya for these great uploads.


You're indeed very welcome.
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(Saira) Bluff Master (1963)

This movie like Saira's debut movie "Junglee" opposite Shammi didn't make too many waves. Yet, it has some pretty nice songs by Kalyanji & Anandji.

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(Sharmila) Anupama (1966)

Here is an utterly beautiful and sweet film from Hrishida. It is embellished by some of the great music provided by Hemantda. The songs "Kuchh Dil Ne Kaha" and "Ya Dil Ki Suno" are standouts.

Sharmila, looking ever so beautiful, gives one of the most emotionally restrained performances. Dharmendra, suave and handsome, never looked this good since "Bandini".

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thanks for your unique perspective! i have never thought along these lines! keep up the good work!
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QUOTE(devscribbler @ Jun 30 2009, 08:59 AM) *

thanks for your unique perspective! i have never thought along these lines! keep up the good work!


Thank you. And welcome to the Forum. You will have good time enjoying comrediere amongst its members.

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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jun 29 2009, 11:10 PM) *

QUOTE(sangeetbhakt @ Jun 28 2009, 11:14 AM) *

For me, the standout song in "Hum dono" is the Asha solo "JahaaN me aisa
kaun hai". While I like the duet particularly and in general the entire
soundtrack, the Asha solo is an all-time favorite.
But the combination of the beauty in Asha's voice, Sahir's tender lyrics and an
absolutely stunning Sadhana make it an unbeatable song for me.
For years, Sadhana in that scene was my image of the ultimate girl-friend/partner wub.gif


Wow!


I totally second SB's vision. Absolutely beautiful song ! smile.gif

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(Vyjayanti) Ladki (1953)

This movie was a remake of a Tamil movie. It was also made in Telugu. There are many many songs in this movie. I am uploading 12 of them here. These came from various sources including CD collections and contribution of the Forum members. Please be wared that the quality of these songs is not uniform. Per EarthMusic, apparently there are still four missing songs. These are shown in red italics in the table below.

Because of the number of songs, I will upload them in two back to back posts. Here is the firts set of songs ...

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Songs of "Ladki (1953)" Continued ...

Here are the rest of the songs from this album ...

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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jul 1 2009, 08:57 PM) *

(Vyjayanti) Ladki (1953)

This movie was a remake of a Tamil movie. It was also made in Telugu. There are many many songs in this movie. I am uploading 12 of them here. These came from various sources including CD collections and contribution of the Forum members. Please be wared that the quaality of these songs is not uniform. Per EarthMusic, apparently there are still three missing songs. These are shown in red italics in the table below.

Because of the number of songs, I will upload them in two back to back posts. Here is the firts set of songs ...


I read somewhere that 3-4 songs of this film were composed by C. Ramchandra. I think they are: Sajna Daras Dikhaja, Mere Watan Se Acchha, Manmor Machaye Shor and Wah Wah Nari

Can someone with HFGK confirm this?

Aditya

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QUOTE(Aditya Pant @ Jul 1 2009, 09:54 PM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jul 1 2009, 08:57 PM) *

(Vyjayanti) Ladki (1953)

This movie was a remake of a Tamil movie. It was also made in Telugu. There are many many songs in this movie. I am uploading 12 of them here. These came from various sources including CD collections and contribution of the Forum members. Please be wared that the quaality of these songs is not uniform. Per EarthMusic, apparently there are still three missing songs. These are shown in red italics in the table below.

Because of the number of songs, I will upload them in two back to back posts. Here is the firts set of songs ...


I read somewhere that 3-4 songs of this film were composed by C. Ramchandra. I think they are: Sajna Daras Dikhaja, Mere Watan Se Acchha, Manmor Machaye Shor and Wah Wah Nari

Can someone with HFGK confirm this?

Aditya


Aditya

Total number of songs : 14
C Ramchandra : 6
R Sudarshanam - Dhaniram : 8

C Ramchandra
1) toD ke duniyaa ki deewaar
2) mere watan se achhaa koi watan nahi hai
3) sajnaa aajaa daras dikhaa jaa
4) ai aa.nkh ro ke likh de
5) gopaal krishnaa
6) aurat naa hoti to

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