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post Feb 5 2010, 04:35 AM
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(Rajendra) Ghar Sansar (1958)

Here is another beautiful offering from Ravi with several good songs. My favorite of the album is "Yeh Hawa Yeh Nadi Ka Kinaara". Tenderly and lovingly done by Asha and Mannada. Here is this and other songs from this album, some thanks to the courtesy of the Forum members. It appears that I may be missing one song shown in red italics in table below. If this is so, and if you can, please kindly share. Thank you.

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post Feb 5 2010, 05:39 AM
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Here is a longer version of the Asha/Manna Dey duet from "Reshmi rumaal".
I agree - it is the best song in the film and I was thrilled when I discovered the longer version.
Duration: 4:24
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Rest of the stats as per SP's post.
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post Feb 6 2010, 03:46 AM
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QUOTE(sangeetbhakt @ Feb 4 2010, 04:09 PM) *

Here is a longer version of the Asha/Manna Dey duet from "Reshmi rumaal".
I agree - it is the best song in the film and I was thrilled when I discovered the longer version.
Duration: 4:24
Bitrate: 128 kbps
Rest of the stats as per SP's post.


Thank you very much for this extended version of the song, Sangeet Bhakt. Cheers. -S

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post Feb 6 2010, 04:14 AM
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(Sunil) Post Box 999

Doing these threads giving me an incredible pleasure in enjoying once again old treasures like this one. This is an early album of Kalyanji Virji Shah, who later formed the team with his brother Anandji Virji Shah as Kalyanji & Anandji, and it is a gem with many beautiful songs. My favorites are three duets, "Bichhde Hue", "Mere Dil Mein", and "O Neend". But standout of the album is the third one I just mentioned, the duet "O Neend Na Mujh Ko Aaye" by Lata and Hemantda. Songs like these are the reason why I love the tilting voice of Hemantda. I wish he sang more songs in his professional career but he was busy making his own movies.

I will post these songs in back-to-back two posts. First post contains all the songs from the original sound track CD album. The second post contains some of the same songs, extended versions of them, ripped from a DVD. Here is the first set of songs ...

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post Feb 6 2010, 04:33 AM
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Extended Version of "Post Box 999" Songs

Here are some of the extended version songs from this film. These are ripped from a DVD and the quality is not as crisp as it should be even though overall it is still slightly above average.

The song "Bichhde Hue" has a slight glitch around four minute mark. "Jogi Aaya" seems to be the same as the CD version except the extended version ends with the entire mukhda.

Here are the songs ...

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post Feb 9 2010, 11:36 PM
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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jan 30 2010, 06:45 AM) *

Concluding Songs of "Payal (1957)" ...

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



SP Thanks for the songs of Payal.

Regards

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post Feb 11 2010, 09:56 AM
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QUOTE(Rushin @ Feb 9 2010, 10:06 AM) *

SP Thanks for the songs of Payal.

Regards


You're very welcome, Rushin. Cheers. -S

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post Feb 11 2010, 08:30 PM
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Swaraprya, thanks for sharing the songs of Post Box 999.

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QUOTE(rpnawani @ Feb 11 2010, 07:00 AM) *

Swaraprya, thanks for sharing the songs of Post Box 999.

rpnawani


Sure thing, RP. Cheers. -S

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post Feb 12 2010, 07:09 AM
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SP, I believe the music for Post box 999 is Kalyanji Virji Shah i.e. before he teamed up with his brother to compose as Kalyanji-Anandji.
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QUOTE(sangeetbhakt @ Feb 11 2010, 05:39 PM) *

SP, I believe the music for Post box 999 is Kalyanji Virji Shah i.e. before he teamed up with his brother to compose as Kalyanji-Anandji.


I believe you're correct. I would like for someone else than both of us to authenticate this so that I can make the change. Thanks SB. Cheers. -S

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SP, I validated it against the Geetkosh.
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QUOTE(sangeetbhakt @ Feb 12 2010, 07:50 AM) *

SP, I validated it against the Geetkosh.


Thank you very much SB. I made changes to my write up and tables to reflect this. Cheers. -S
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Chahiye thoda pyar
Film-Lahoo ke do rang
Singer-Kishore Kumar
Music-Bappy Lahiri
Lyrics-Faruk Kaiser
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(Amitabh) Bansi Birju (1972)

Indian classical music boasts several great personalities who made a lasting impression among the music lovers, and still continue to make, over last several decades. Pandit Vijay Raghav Rao, also known as (Elchuri) Vijaya Raghava Rao, has been in the forefront of such music for over six decades. Yet it seems like that he may not have gotten his proper due. For (over 30) years he was part of Ravi Shankar’s group. Yet you only hear about Shankar and not much of others. He also collaborated with Allah Rakha in world tours and recorded several albums.

Rao has been a flutist, sitar player, choreographer, composer, innovator of new and experimental styles of music, and poet. He has been showered with honors and accolades all over the world. He is a recipient of several Sangeet Natak Academy awards. He composed music for Mrinal Sen’s Golden Peacock Award winner “Bhuvan Shome (1969)”. He also composed music for the acclaimed painter M.F. Hussain’s “Through the Eyes of the Painter (1966)” that walked away with the Golden Bear Award at the Berlin Film Festival. He assisted Ravi Shankar in composing music for the multiple Oscar-winning “Gandhi (1982)”. He published widely. His books comprise poems and anthologies in his mother tongue Telugu as well as in English.

I am uploading here a composition Rao made with the world renowned tabla maestro late Allah Rakha to give a glimpse of his prowess. This recording was made in 1988.

The songs of “Bansi Birju” for which Rao composed music follow …

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