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, Dev, Dilip & Kishore

 
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post Jan 19 2012, 04:17 AM
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Concluding Songs from "Ek Ke Baad Ek (1960)"...

Here are some of the extended version songs from this fine album...




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post Jan 25 2012, 12:18 AM
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(Dilip) Bairaag (1976)

Dilipji was going through a lean period with a string of flops that he never experienced in his professional career before. Trying to capture the old magic, he tried in this movie playing a triple role. In the end however, the result was predictably the same. The movie was only an average success, that too optimistically speaking, and was easily forgotten. However, it has a couple of good songs. My favorite one is the duet by Asha and Rafi Saab, "Saare Shehar Mein". Here is this and other songs from an original soundtrack album of this film ...


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post Jan 31 2012, 12:14 AM
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(Kishore) Man-Mauji (1962)

Songs from this album were recently uploaded in the "Muse & Music" thread in this directory. They are available starting at the following location...

http://www.hamaraforums.com/index.php?show...mp;#entry702694

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post Feb 6 2012, 11:14 AM
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(Dev) Kala Bazar (1960)

Early in his career and even until late 60's, Dev made some really good movies. They were mostly entertaining, fun to watch, and full of melodious and unforgettable songs. This film happens to be one of those. It was produced by Dev himself. It also starred his other two brothers, Chetan and Vijay. Then there is beautiful Waheeda.

Besides acting in the film, Vijay also wrote its story, scripted its screenplay, penned its dialogues, and directed it as well. This was quite a responsibility on young Anand's shoulders. But he came through all of it beautifully.

The movie with black-market ticket sales as background had a scene in it where many dignitaries appeared. The occasion was the premiere of Mehboob Khan's masterpiece "Mother India" at Maratha Mandir in Mumbai. A list of these film personalities who were attending the premiere can be seen in the table below.

This movie boasted some of the best work of Burmanda. With Shailendra penning beautiful lyrics Burmanda composed several melodious songs. Geetaji had two beautiful duets. But star of the show was Rafi Saab. He had three solos and a duet with Geetaji. I sometimes wonder whether Rafi Saab was this sweet ever. Then again, Rafi Saab did many such sweet songs throughout his career. But especially the two songs "O Ho Ho Khoya Khoya Chaand" and "Apni Toh Har Aah" are just out of this world. My own favorite of the album is the unbelievably honeyed lovely, "Apni Toh". You can hear this song over and over again and never get tired of it. The listening experience transcends the soul into a quiet soothing bliss. Love ya Burmanda...

I am uploading all songs from this film from an original soundtrack in the first post. The second post has several specials.

Here are these beautiful songs...

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post Feb 6 2012, 11:37 AM
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Songs from "Kala Bazar (1960)" Continued...

I am including several specials in this post. The song "Apni Toh" has real brief dialogue of less than 10 seconds. Otherwise it is pretty much the same as in the first post. I am also including a verison song of "O Ho Ho Khoya Khoya Chaand" by Sonu Nigam. Then I am uploading a whole bunch of instrumentals of this favorite song of many musicians using different instruments.

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post Feb 9 2012, 03:41 AM
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Thanks Swarapriya for this lovely Album Kala Bazar.


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post Feb 9 2012, 07:13 AM
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QUOTE(ketaki shukla @ Feb 8 2012, 02:11 PM) *

Thanks Swarapriya for this lovely Album Kala Bazar.


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Thank you Ketaki. It is lovely indeed. Cheers. -S
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post Feb 13 2012, 05:37 AM
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(Dilip) Kranti (1981)

After suffering consecutive setbacks with most of his movies failing to perform at the box-office, Dilipji took a sabbatical from acting for nearly five years. After this period, Dilipji was back with a smash in this film made by Bharat Manoj Kumar. Songs from this album were uploaded recently in the "Saat Saath" thread in this directory. They are available starting at he following location...

http://www.hamaraforums.com/index.php?show...mp;#entry700012

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post Feb 19 2012, 10:17 PM
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(Kishore) Naughty Boy (1962)

Shakti Samanta, later of “Aradhana (1969)” and other movies fame, produced and directed this slapstick comedy. The only thing worth remembering about this film is its music. As always, the great Burmanda is on mark again. Almost every song is fun to listen to. He was ably assisted by his son RD for this film. The film credits only Asha and Kishoreda as the playback singers. But there is a duet in the film, “Ho Gayi Shaam”, that was sung by Asha and Mannada. Interestingly, Manna was singing here for Kishoreda in the film. It wasn’t any typical Mannada song and could have easily handled by Kishoreda. Yet for some curious reason Burmanda had Manna sing it.

The movie’s heroine was Kalpana (Mohan) who made her debut with Shammi Kapoor in the hit comedy “Professor” which also came the same year as “Naughty Boy”. She acted only in five or six films. One of the notable of these was with Dev Anand in “Teen Deviyan (1965)”. Her last film appearance was in the film “Nawab Sirajuddaula”. That came in 1967 the year she got married. Immediately after the marriage she quit acting. However, the marriage didn't last long as she divorced her husband. After that she lived alone with her daughter. She passed away earlier this year at the age of 65 with complication arising from cancer.

Here are the songs from this film, taken from a DVD…


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(Dev) Manzil (1960)

Here is another classic album from the combination of ever so dependable Burmanda working with Majrooh Saab and Dev Saab. This combination always proved to be a winner. This time it is no different. Each and every song from the film was a huge hit even though movie itself was only a modest success. There are so many melodious songs that it becomes a real task to single out any one as a favorite. Even though I cherish to listen to all these songs over and over again, my heart goes to Hemantda's touching solo, "Yaad Aa Gayi". With so much melancholy in his voice, with such touching lyrics, the song stirs up disquieting memories. Love you Hemantda...

Here is an observation. If you listen closely to the duet "Dil Toh Hai Deewaana Na" you will find the music around the 2 minute mark similar to the other song "Deewaana Mastaana" from the film with the same combination of Dev-Burmanda-Majrooh that came also in 1960, "Bombai ka Babu".

I am uploading songs from this film in two back-to-back posts. The first post contains all songs from an original soundtrack album. The second post contains some music clips.

Here are the songs in the first post...

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Concluding Songs from "Manzil (1960)"...

In this post I am uploading an extended version of "Chupke Se" and a few music clips. The extended version song is the same as the one uploaded in the first post except that it has extra music on both ends of the song.

Here is this song and the music clips...

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(Dilip) Shakti (1982)

This movie brought together for the first and the last time two giants of the Hindi cinema, Dilip Saab and Amitabh. Both were excellent in their respective roles yet Dilipji walked away with the Filmfare Best Actor Award. One of the main reasons is probably Amitabh was playing the same role he played in several other movies for an umpteenth time it seems like.

There are several good songs in this film composed by RD. My favorite is Lataji's "Hum Ne Sanam Ko". Here is this and the rest of the songs from this fine album...


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(Kishore) Rungoli (1962)

The same team that gave us that endearing hit "New Delhi" in 1956 decided to revive similar magic and came up with this movie. This movie also had similar formula; unforgettable music by S&J, great performances by the principals, some dazzling dances by Vyjayanti, and slapstick comedy by Kishoreda. Yet the movie didn't have either the soul or the heart of the old movie that was warmly touching to the senses. In essence it lacked what "Delhi" had, the story of national integration that was behind all the comedy that clicked in that movie.

Like mentioned earlier, the music by S&J is the real treat of this movie. Their creative juices flowing still high, this incredible pair never slacked and gave us one memorable hit after another. These songs have stood the test of times. What more proof we need than that even after 50 years of their original release, these songs continue to give the same pleasurable goose bumps.

I am uploading these songs in two back-to-back posts. The first post contains all of the songs from an original soundtrack album. The second post contains several extended version songs.

Here is a description of the songs in the first post and the songs themselves...


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Concluding Songs from "Rungoli (1962)"...

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(Dev) Sarhad (1960)

This is the second film this year the very beautiful and talented Suchitra Sen was paired with Dev. The other one was "Bombai Ka Babu". C. Ramchandra was at the helm of the music of "Sarhad". Most of the tunes in this album, by Ramchandra's own acknowledgement, were inspired by some popular Western tunes.

Here are these songs...


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