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Bhor Bhaye Panchi - CoverI got into the mood! And I so hope it stays. A lovely song, from Aanchal 1980, mixed by Naqvi Sahab on a so so meragaana track. A sad though peaceful tune I dearly love and I hope You too.
Movie: Aanchal 1980,
Original singer: Lata Mangeshkar,
Lyrics: Majrooh Sultanpuri,
MD. R.D. Burman (if I am not wrong). And since it is one of my most favorit raag, will mention it here. This song is based on Raag Lalit.
Unse Mili Nazar Ke Mere Hosh Udd Gaye-Cover Adina GalaniI think this is my second cover from the movie Jhuk Gaya Aasmaan - 1968, first being "mere tumhare bicchmein ab to". I love both, though this one has been suggested to me. I do have a hand ful of fans after all too and it always overwhelms me when I can sing something which can bring joy to my listeners. So, down from my heavy classics this time, a peppy number which is way, way difficult to record than to sing while rolling rotis!
Naqvi Sir is the mixing magician again, making this song sound so live and so lightful I too was amazed. :-) Thanks Sir!
Lyrics: Hasrat Jaipuri
Original Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Rafta Rafta woh meri - duetWhen teacher and student get musically connected. I had kept this one with me more than 2 years now, never wanted to share it. There is a right time for everything. I remember Zubair Sahab was the only one I shared it with and he so wanted me to upload it, but I was too incredibly selfish. I still am but I feel it just needs to be listened and wondered, the way I do, almost daily. This one has never ever been planned, I recorded it for my own cover and when Naqvi Sahab listened and mixed my cover, he had the revelation I sang it the same way he did. Even I didn't notice before he had mixed both our voices and sent it to me and I was speechless.
So here it is, one of my most emotional, surprising and dear cover. And I rather stop here, before getting too emotional. Still, can't leave it without saying that without Naqvi Sahab, my music would have no colour and no motivation of sailing through.
Ye Pyar Tha Ya Kuch Aur Tha-Cover Adina GalaniA heavily beautiful song from Prem Rog 1982. With Naqvi sir's magic hand, this dream of mine has become reality, thank You Sir for bringing this to life by mixing it so wonderful.
Original Singer, Sudha Malhotra,
MD. Laxmikant Pyarelal,
Lyrics, Santosh Anand
O Mor Moyna Go-Bangla-Cover Adina GalaniI have no excuse for being inactive except for work. Became a horrible workaholic for some reason I am still to find out. Surely I adore my job but not as much as music and still I am able to give music less time. Sad, I know.
Ventured little in the unknown this time therefore please feel free to have good fun on my definitely colourful Bengali pronounciation. This is a very covered song, quite popular for that matter so I gave it a try too.
No idea who wrote the lyrics but I came across this translation and I paste it here, unaware of how accurate it is. Sounds good but, to my unprofessional ears. :-)
With many many thanks to Naqvi Sahab for this wonderful, mature mix. My father liked it dearly Sir.
Original singer, Lata Mangeshkar
Music composer: Salil Chowdhury
I have no idea who wrote the lyrics, if anyone knows, please add inn a comment, for my cultural improvement.
Lyrics translation found on web:
• moyna (moyna means cuckoo if the dictionary is right) oh my moyna
for whom you are alone?
for whom you are restless all along?
he will not come back.
he will not return to you. you look at the far beyond and
you sing in you unknown tune
Though it's green now
there will be yellow in the fall
alas, you didnt know that. why there are tears in your eyes
why remain despondent all the time?
if you lost something, let it be lost
spread again your wing in the blue sky,
go and fly again.
Jeewan Ki Baghiya Mehkegi-CoverA beautiful song from Tere Mere Sapne, 1971, team-ing with me Muzafar Naqvi Sir, hope You all enjoy it in our voices and thanks Sir for singing with me and mixing it so beautyfully.
Original Singer, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar;
MD. S.D Burman
Lyrics: Gopaldas Saxena (Neeraj)
Pardes Jaake Pardesiya - Cover Adina GalaniI used to love this song, belonging to an 80s era where everything was Disco Dancer like and people discovered the keyboard effects and endlessly played with in the film songs as well, this one and a few others were beautiful exceptions. Fact that the composer is Lakshmikant Pyarelal was a bit of a surprise for me. On Anand Bakshi's lyrics, this is a complex piece which requires a bit of a breath inn before recording. Originally sung by Lata Mangeshkar, I guess the song was pretty popular at those times. In my recent program in London it seems to have had touch a good string on the audience.
Many thanks Naqvi Sir for this beautiful mix. I am sure it was a bit of a headache therefore I don't record often You see. Thank You all very much for listening.
Mere Ashkon Ka Gham Na Kar Aye Dil -coverThis is such a beautiful ghazal it hurts. I stumbled upon it long ago and always drem to have been able to cover it. Thanks to MG who generously released a track, I managed.
I know, I haven't been constant here; commitments, a few programs (facts not own praises), an unplanned trip to India, all kept me aside. But am back again and hope to stay. Missed the warm athmosphere here, must say.
Mixing Naqvi Sir, thanks a lot.
Original singer, Lata Mangeshkar,
M.D. Madan Mohan
From the album TERE BAGAIR
Do Labzon Ki hai - Cover Adina GalaniThis is a beautiful simple song of 70s I am not particularly fan of unless mood strikes. And it did, some time ago when in a chat with Satheesh, yes, our Muziboo Satheesh for whom unfortunately YL is not much of a stage, he asked me when will I give him a song to mix. Now am I not lucky! I am always fearing I am bothering people too much with my asking for mixes and at once am asked to do exactly that. :-) Thanks Satheesh for mixing this song. Sparkling and Goddess like echoed this is, Your trademark right. I was In two minds whether to upload it or not, but I am so inactive as of late that I almost restrict my actions here to commenting only. Anyway, here I am with one more upload. How far I can keep the habit of uploading I don't know, but I surely will do my best to be around as usually for a listen. The track is bad, I never heard so many clicks and cracks in one track, but, hobby is hobby and not even God can stop a singer singing, with or without track. :-)
Movie: The Great Gambler 1979
MD. R.D Burmann
Original Singer: Asha Bhosle
No idea who is the lyricist
Ye Kahan Aagaye Hum- Cover Adina GalaniI was thinking of a big, decorated describtion for this cover, but today when I am to upload it, I am sitting blank minded. It happens, right.
Thousands thanks to Naqvi Sir for editting, mixing and Hindi lyrics in their correct form. Sir without You, this cover would have not been possible.
No copy-right infringement intended. The song is a 1981 anyway, which means way more than 20 years old.
Movie: Silsila 1981
Original Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Reciting: Amitabh Bachchan (kept the original).
Koi Shama Sheeshe Ki Laya - a Kishore Kumar songThis is the first film that I know had two names. A song that left its impression on me since the day I heard it on Radio. It must be 1983 as I was well aware of many Kishore songs and used to frequently visit my music shop asking if any new Kishore tape has arrived or not. Sharing with you assuming you will all enjoy this song.
Original Singer: Kishore Kumar
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Gulshan Bawra
Film: Jaane jan (a.k.a Nikamma) 1983
Agar Sun Le To Ek Naghma - a Kishore Kumar songI had a Lata song planned for my other than Tuesday upload. friends you know I am taking all the advantage of not only singing but uploading twice as many songs than before. I had sung this song back in 2013 and shared it on Muziboo. Some of you might remember a member name Taru-Sa who had actually asked me to cover this song. I had never heard this song but when I did I liked it very much, but I felt Kishore was asked to keep his machoness aside for this song and rightly so as the song demanded. I on the other hand had no such obligation. I like Kishore because of his machoo attitude, which I tried to induce in this song.
Wazif requested first to share this one as he had not heard it before on Muziboo. I know because I have my entire Muziboo archive saved. There are comments from almost every body who was a member then but no comment from Wazif. You have a good memory Wazif...LoL. Today when I saw Praveen's comment on my last upload I changed my mind and decided to go with this one. After all there is no mehfil without friends. So here is this cover for you both and my other friends too. I hope you will enjoy this song.
Original Singer: Kishore Kumar
Music Director: Chitragupt
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Film: Ek Raaz (1963)
Dil Ka Bhanvar Kare Pukar - a Rafi songI first heard this song in early 80's when a colleague sang this song in a morning office tea break in Karachi. I can't say if I liked this song or not but it definitely got retained in the head. Years later when I heard the original playing on some Radio station I admired it more and now when I discovered I had a good track for it too...though very precise with interludes and one antara short I thought to try and sing it. Sharing with you all hope you like it.
Original Singer: Mohammad Rafi
Music Director: S.D. Burman
Lyricist: Hasrat Jaipuri
Film: Tere Ghar Ke Saamne (1963)
Dekh Kar Tujhko - DJ_WazifThis is my first song of Ghulam Abbas saheb... a famous ghazal singer in the PTV and Lollywood industry since 1970. He got classical training by Ustad Ismail Khan who was also the teacher of famous Mehdi Hassan Khan saheb. Along with this song, there are many famous songs to his credit. His latest album was released in India and USA back in 2012. A simple google search would bring a wealth of information about him. The famous PTV drama hero of "Dhoop Kinare", Rahat Kazmi was also hero in this movie. Finally the mixing of this song. What a mix here by great Muzaffar Naqvi saheb. Can't thank him much for this wonderful job he did despite a lot of issues with his health. I really loved this mix and hope you all too.
Song: Dekh Kar Tujh Ko Main Gham Dil Ke
Original Singer : Ghulam Abbas
Covered by: DJ WaziF
Mixing: Muzaffar Naqvi
Movie : Mehmaan
Lyrics: Masroor Anwar
Music By: M Ashraf
Movie Cast: Babra Sharif, Najma, Rahat Kazmi, Nayyar Sultana, Allauddin.
Disclaimer: This song is only for my friends' listening pleasure and not for any monetary gains whatsoever.
Amar Hyar Majhe Lukiye Chile - Rabindra Sangeet by Mitas Mitas Bhattacharye is a young chap in his twenties and is trying seriously to make a career in music. He recorded this Rabindra Sangeet song in my home studio and got selected by a film director for singing four songs in the film. It is a Rabindra sangeet where Tagore expressed his idea of feeling the presence of Almighty in his self. Please follow the lyrics translation to enjoy the song.
Song: Amar hiyar majhe lukiye chile (YOU were hiding in my self)
Lyrics & Tune: Rabindra Nath Tagore
Amar hiyar majhe lukiye chile
[YOU were hiding inside my self]
Dekhte ami paini tomay, dekhte ami paini
[I could not see YOU there, could not find you]
Bahir pane chokh melechi, bahir pane
[I spread my sight outside, only outer world]
Amar hriday pane chaini
[I forgot to see inside my heart]
Amar sakol bhalobasay, sakol aaghaat sakol ashay
[In all my love, all pain and hopes]
Tumi chile amar kachhe, tumi i chile
[YOU were always with me, YOU were there]
Ami tomar kachhe jaini
[But I never went to near YOU]
Tumi mor ananda hoye chile amar khelay
[YOU were in my play as a disguise of pleasure]
Anande tai bhulechilem keteche din helay
[I forgot myself in those pleasure,
and did not notice my days passed by without purpose]
Gopon rahi gabheer prane
[Hiding YOURSELF in the depth of my self]
Amar dookha sukher gaane sur diyecho tumi
[YOU have composed tune for my songs of sorrow and happiness]
Ami tomar gaan toh gaini
[But I never sang a song describing YOU]
Aaye Ho Meri Zindagi MeiN_MMM_29Aug18Song: Aaye Ho Meri Zindagi MeiN Tum Bahaar Ban ke; Film: Raja Hindustani (1996);
Lyricist: Sameer; MD: Nadeem-Shravan
New Genre for me... I uploaded about a month ago on a FB forum, which some of our friends may have heard it but not here. Hopefully, you will like it.
To watch video version: https://youtu.be/MxMuC5NqCow
Oru Mukham Matram KannilMalayalam Movie : Etho oru swapnam (1978)
Music : Salil Chowdhary
Lyrics : Sreekumaran Thampi
Singer : K J Yesudas
Cover : Krishnadas P
Rough meaning of the lyrics is given below:
Only one face in the eyes,
Only one voice in the ears,
Could not sleep..
In the colourful valley of memories
Your silent molehills are shattered.
The veena of separation sang, who knew the fate?
Even after wearing a mask,
Could not hide the pearls of eyes… (Only one face ..
Even in meditation, desires have sprouted.
The idea of rebirth has awaken.
The koel (cuckoo) of sorrow sang, who knew the story?
Could not put to sleep the rutted waves
And the rhythms of mind… (Only one face…
Koi Hamdam Na Raha - DJ WaziFKoi Humdum Na Raha is a song from the 1961 movie Jhumroo staring Kishore Kumar and Madhubala. The music of this film was given by Kishore Kumar himself. Koi Humdum Na Raha is often regarded as one of Kishore's best songs. However, none of this would have materalised had it not been for his elder brother, actor – and occasional singer – Ashok Kumar. Kishore Kumar was five years old when he heard Ashok Kumar sing Koi Humdum Na Raha for his debut film, Jeevan Naiya (1936), with the music composed by Saraswati Devi. He used to sing the song often during his riyaz as a childhood.
Twenty-five years later, when Kishore Kumar was composing the music for Jhumroo, he went to his brother asking for permission to sing Koi Humdum Na Raha for his film. Dadamoni, as Ashok Kumar was fondly referred to, tried to dissuade Kishore, saying it was an intricate metre to compose. Kishore joked, "I don’t know about that but I will sing it and I will sing it better than you." And with that playful exchange of words, he created this immortal song.
Of all the covers since, Kishore Kumar’s son Amit Kumar’s version takes the story poignantly forward within the family. Perhaps it's ironic that the second line of the song goes: "Hum kissi ke na rahe, koi hamara na raha."
I'm glad I could cover this difficult song here and hope you would like it as well... credits go to Naqvi saheb once again for mixing it so nice here. Hope you'd like the voice with lovely music blended by pro mixing. Thanks in advance for your feedback.
Song: Koi Humdum Na Raha
Movie: Jhumroo (1961)
Director: Shankar Mukherjee
Music Director: Kishore Kumar
Lyrics: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Singer: Kishore Kumar D
Cover: DJ Wazif
Mixing: Muzaffar Naqvi
Disclaimer: This cover is only to entertain my friends and loved ones here and has no monetary intentions whatsoever.
Kahan Ho Tum Chale Aao - Shahnaz Begum songWazif introduced it several weeks ago but I also ended up covering this one as it has been very nostalgic to me since it was aired on Radio and TV in Pakistan. I don't remember exactly but it was early 70's and Shehnaz Begum was still residing in Pakistan. What a beautiful voice got lost to the separation of East Pakistan. Those were her teenage days and people liked not only her voice and gayeki, she was also very charming and photogenic. She spoke Urdu well and sang so many patriotic songs, geet and ghazals while she was there. Over time lot of things faded but her voice still remains with those who saw and heard her on TV. Almost every song she sang became very popular, including this one which I am sharing with you today. She seem to have changed a 180 degrees to what I remember seeing her in the 70's. Her present videos show her wearing a Hijab and playing Harmonium and singing along...that looks quite weird...LoL...but that's OK if she wants it like that. I love her voice and singing which she does so powerfully even today.
Original Singer: Shehnaz Begum
Music Composer: Sohail Rana
Poet: Behzad Lackhnavi
Rooth Na Jaana Tumse Kahoon To - a Kumar Sanu songA very popular song from 1994 movie named 1942 A Love Story. All of R.D's compositions for this film were a change from his older work. He demonstrated his genius and how well ahead he was from his times in creating music. A great song but it reflects more of the 60's music than 40's. I liked the way how accordion was played in this song and it reminded me how Sohail Rana, a Pakistani composer used to play accordion almost in exactly the same style in several of his 1960's films. Hope you enjoy this song.
Original Singer: Kumar Sanu
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Jawed Akhtar
Film: 1942 A Love Story
Tera Mera Pyar Rahe - Saudagar - Saroj (Cover)I posted my first upload in Soundew 4 days ago with some difficulties.. I had decided not to post here too and trouble people by making them listen in 2-3 sites.. But since I can see some of my fav. members are still here and either not able to or not wanting to join for their personal reasons.. I decided to post my song here too for them to listen..
So Adina this is specially for you.. I hope you like it..
Film: Saudagar (1973)
Music: Ravindra Jain
Lyricist: Ravindra Jain
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Duniya Banane Wale...cover by HarishFor the last two days I made several attempts to upload this cover on new website "Soundew", but could not upload it, I really got frustrated and came back here for this upload.
I love this philosophical song from the film Teesri Kasam (1966). Not only was this film produced by Shailendra but also these lyrics were written by him. All the songs of this movie were super hit. The sad memory is: Shailendra invested heavily in the production of the movie Teesri Kasam (1966), starring Raj Kapoor and Waheeda Rehman. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film. However, the film was a commercial failure. The falling health resulting from tensions associated with film production and anxiety due to financial loss, coupled with alcohol abuse, ultimately led to his death.
I hope you will enjoy this cover in my voice.
Movie : Teesri Kasam (1966)
Singer : Mukesh
Music : Shankar Jaikishan
Lyricist : Shailendra