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Hazaron Khwahishen Aisee - Mirza Ghalib PoetryI have said this on a number of occasions that no one has composed better music/melody for Mirza Ghalib's poetry. He seem to have a total grasp on Ghalib's poetry. His tunes reflect that 200 year old era with minimal and essential instruments but with modern sounds.
I began trying to understand Ghalib's poetry since I was 16 years old with the help of my Mother. The more I read the more I enjoyed, even sometimes not understanding but I sensed and knew the verse is great. Many people have tried their hands with English translation but they all seemed to have noticed the matter on the surface only. This might have been due to the fact that Ghalib's pupil named Altaf Hussain Haali gave the most simplest translation in Urdu for the masses to at-least appreciate the poetry, its meter and the musicality it holds. But when I read his poetry I found more philosophy in it...some times hidden. Ghalib was not a conservative man...rather he was very progressive and liberal and one could sense he was not a believer of religion. He was extremely smart with his writing so as to not hurt the feelings of Muslims of his time but he paved a way for the future poets to examine this aspect bit more. If you notice the Preacher, the Mulla were his villains and a Drinker and Alcohol were his heroes. He tried to explain the real facts of life. He questioned religious beliefs but so artistically that no one complained...in fact they enjoyed. I have seen many very religious persons appreciating his poetry despite knowing the hidden meaning.
I am very thankful to Adina for this track. It is a special track and I thought that I must have already sung and recorded it long ago as it is one of my most favorite poetry of Ghalib but I did not as I never had a track. Hope friends enjoy this ghazal in my voice.
Translation from internet:
Thousands of desires, each worth dying for...
many of them I have realized...yet I yearn for more...
We have heard about the dismissal of Adam from Heaven,
With a more humiliation, I am leaving the street on which you live...
When in love, there is little difference between life and death
we live by looking at the infidel who we are willing to die for
For god's sake, don't lift the cover off any secrets you tyrant
the infidel might turn out to be my lover!
The preacher and the bar's entrance are way apart
yet I saw him entering the bar as I was leaving!
Aye Gham-e-Dil Kya Karun - Majaz's PoetryAs a hobby I enjoy reading about people associated with Hindi/Urdu Films. I feel very lucky to be alive in a time where so much is available for view. While browsing for new films posted on my IPTV Box I saw a title named Majaz - Aye Gham-e-Dil Kya Karun and I just could not resist to watch it right away. This film was presented as a real life story about Majaz, his talent for writing poetry, his failed love affair and his early demise.
I prepared and sang this song cover in 2007. That was also the time when I learnt more about him. His real name was Asrar-ul-Haq (1911-1955) and had become an established poet quite early in his life. Jawed Akhtar, a present day top poet in Hindustan explained in one of YT clips that Majaz was his maternal uncle and that he was only 10 years old when Majaz passed away. It is unbelievable to learn that how many top notch writers and poets got produced from the amalgamation of native Sanskirit/Hindustani into a mixture of Hindi and Urdu. People in general assumed that poets who wrote for films were less qualified as Poets/Shayers but that was not true. That was only an egoistic spread of words by poets who could not sell or did not want to sell their poetry to film makers. One thing I learnt is that whether they wrote for films or not, if they were in demand by the public they were great. Almost all poets who wrote for film like Kaifi Aazmi, Jan Nisar Akhtar, Majrooh, Sahir, Shakeel, Shailendra, Anand Bakhshi, Khumar Barabankvi, Hasrat Jaipuri, Jawed Akhtar, Gulzar and even Neeraj, Indeevar and Yogesh had their own published collection of authentic verses, which sometimes was also used in films. But we all know that when they were called to write for films their hands were tied with the situation given to them by the Producers and Directors. Most of the time they had to write on a meter prescribed by the Music Director, which must have made their task even harder. But see such work prevailed and we all love those creations and still enjoy listening to them.
Hope you enjoy listening my cover too. There was no track available at the time so I prepared my own. Presenting this lovely ghazal/song as my tribute to all such listeners like you.
Original Singer: Talat Mehmood
Music Composer: Sardar Malik
Lyricist: Majaz Lackhnavi
Film: Thokar (1953)
Ye Sham Mastani - a Kishore Kumar songOne of my most favorite song that I don't know why I never recorded before. I sound a bit different which I realized when I finished recording that I was beginning to catch cold and allergies yesterday. Thanks to Montreal's unpredictable weather and pollen flying around this time of the year.
I have decided to change image upload for the cover with Music Director and Lyrics Writer instead of the film Title image. We all know such films and who sang. What I want to focus now is to show who were the real geniuses behind such creations. Most popular lyricists like Majrooh, Sahir, Shailendra are well known and I believe many of us can recognize them from their pictures but there are some very top notch Lyricists whom we only (hardly) know when their name is presented in credits. This is just a start and I am sure you all know these two faces of RD and Anand Bakhshi in the image to the right. I have been doing some reading about Neeraj, Indeevar and Yogesh and I found that they were also almost no less than other stalwarts. It is just a coincidence or hard luck that they didn't get to write enough songs otherwise they were just as brilliant with their poetry as them.
I hope you enjoy this cover. I am glad to have collected a big bunch of High Quality karaoke tracks for such oldies and wish to sing as many left over songs that I couldn't or didn't recorded yet.
Original Singer: Kishore Kumar
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Anand Bakhshi
Film: Kati Patang (1971)
Beqarar Karke Humen Yun Na Jaiye - a Hemant Kumar songVery popular song that is still as fresh and new as it was released back in 1962. Hope you enjoy my cover of this song too.
Original Singer: Hemant Kumar
Music Composer: Hemant Kumar
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
Film: Bees Saal Baad 1962
Teri Pyari Pyari Surat Ko - a Rafi songQuite a fav song of mine with beautiful ghazal like lyrics and melodious tune. Every body knows this song, especially those who are into Indian oldies. Presenting in a way how I perceived it in my memory when I sang and recorded. Hope you enjoy the song.
Original Singer: Mohammad Rafi
Music Directors: Shankar-Jaikishan
Lyricist: Hasrat Jaipuri
Film: Sasural (1961)
Kaahe Ko Biyahe Bides - a Wedding songOne of the few wedding songs I like. These songs not just present the mood of the occasion but also represents the culture associated with them so tightly. After the Muslims began arriving or conquering (whatever!) in India a lot of pot melting took place, the ultimate outcome of it was not religion, but it was cultural change that we see in present day Sub-Continent. Hindvi language was the language of the rulers of the time that began amalgamating with Arabic, Persian and Turkish to form what present day Hindi-Urdu sounds, with a little bit of difference. Amir Khusro (1253 - 1325) comes into picture who was born in India to a Muslim father and a Hindu Rajput mother and who considered himself totally Indian. He gave a lot of poetry and music and if interested you can check out this link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amir_Khusrow
This song is quite a close copy of Amir Khusro's work. You may find a bit more closer in male voices on YT. The original Mukhda line is "Kaahe Ko Biyahi Bides"...meaning why did You (the father of the girl) got your daughter married out of town? But here in this song the word Biyahi has been replaced with Biyahe, which changes the meaning of the line as follows. "Why are you getting you daughter married out of town"...meaning the daughter is still not married....hence this song for the film. This could also have been sung by a male singer as well but because of the cultural tradition of women singing during shaadi-biyah this song was sung by Jagjit Kaur and picturized in a similar setting. The lyrics are slightly changed from the original but are not much different from it. The original has many more antaras and so many words that people have forgotten and don't use any more. One such word is Lackhiya in the mukhda used for the father. I am not sure but I believe it means a rich father. Being rich he could have chosen a local guy for a bride for his daughter and helped supported him to blend with his status. Thus the girl would not be far away from her family. Also in one line the father is said to have given a bunglow or two to his son...which makes me believe that Lackhiya Babul definitely means a Rich Father...LoL.
I was happy to have found this track via MG notification when they added it two weeks ago. The track is OK for the singing part but when it comes to interludes MG tracks are mostly crappy so I have swapped first two interludes with the original song so at-least the song sound nicer during the start. Hope you all like it.
Original Singer: Jagjit Kaur
Music Director: Khaiyyam
Film: Umrao Jaan 1981
Din Dhal Jaye Hai Raat Na JayeUpload Date: 29 May 2018
I thought I had already uploaded this song early this year but it turned out it was only my assumption. Thanks to Krishnadas Bro who shared his lovely cover two weeks ago which reminded me that I sang it too along with several other songs and just forgot to share.
This is also among those songs that never get old. This track is also beautiful and any one who checks it out can never go without singing it. As for its lyrics without checking the credits I would straight forwardly name Sahir Ludhiyanvi...but it was actually Shailendra Ji. What top poets we had during that time. They could write in any style not just for themselves but upon demand from film directors and producers. The melody is top notch and every thing was summed up with total grace when Rafi sang it and justified all who were involved at creating this song. Mine is a very small attempt at this song which I enjoyed while singing and I hope you enjoy it too.
Original Singer: Mohammad Rafi
Music Director: S.D. Burman
Film: Guide (1965)
Aye Meri Zohra Jabeen - a Manna Dey songA beautiful Qawwali styled song of Manna Dey I am sharing once again after almost 10 years. Simple song it seems but when came the third line of first antara with Main Teri...Main Teri that Chatti Ka Doodh Yaad Aagaya...LoL...I don't know what its English equivalent would be but it means something like a hard pill to swallow. But I liked this song and wanted to sing no matter what scale...so I dropped it to my comfort zone. To compensate for the dullness in vocals, a bit high compression and raising vocal amplitude at frequency around 2.7KHz helps boosts little bit of tonal energy. I enjoy sharing my experience with the mixing...some thing that changes every time I look into an old project. This mix is how felt about it today. Hope you all enjoy it.
I did changed a word in the third line. I used Dhang instead of Fun in Dilon Ko Jeetne Ka....Jo Tujh Mein Hai, as I felt Fun (Art) may have been more appropriate in the film but for my cover I felt I better use Dhang (which means "Saleeqa" in Hindi-Urdu).
Original Singer: Manna Dey
Music Director: Ravi
Lyricist: Sahir Ludhiyanvi
Film: Waqt 1965
Dukhi Mun Mere Sun Mera KehnaA lovely sad song. While checking the credits I am amazed at how new this song feels...may be because I never lost touch with it since I heard it first. It still feels like a present day song. Totally S.D.Burman style melody that I am sure you must have all listened it. Hope you all enjoy my cover.
Original Singer: Kishore Kumar
Music Director: S.D. Burman
Lyricist: Sahir Ludhiyanvi
Film: Funtoosh 1956
Duniya Se Jane Waale - a Nitin Mukesh songThis is not the first time I am sharing this song. This song has become among my most most favorite songs. What a song this is and with what emotions this has been written and composed. Nitin Mukesh has sung it with immense feel and I firmly feel that I have sung it so too. When ever I listen this song I recall remembering my parents first, then my father and mother in law, Hansa Mehta (an old eSnips friend), NVK Ji, my Sweety ( I will not mention who she was but she was my beloved of 14 years), my younger sister Deeba and some of my friends who left this world. When I got the news of Ananad Sawkar Ji the first thing that came to my mind was this song. Anand Ji was like an elder brother to me. I even yelled at him when I felt he is not attending to our friends but I respected him at the same time too. He figured and realized what I meant very quickly and we became instant friends for ever.
I would like to share a few things that I had discussed with him. He was a Marathi which I was not. He was a Hindu which I was not but yet I felt he was like a brother to me. It was most of the times his desire to speak to me on Skype but to tell you honestly it was mine too. We would discuss songs at length along with his Bollywood experiences as his father was a Cameraman and captured some top shots on silver screen from various actors. I recall an instance when he told me why he disliked Dev Anand. He was a child maybe 8-10 years old when he got a chance to see Dev Anand on stage while his father was filming the shot. Dev Anand disgustingly said about the black child ( or not so good looking) to be removed from the stage...which happened to be young Anand Sawkar. I believe this act remained with him for the rest of his life. He was neither black nor not good looking. Secondly does color matter? He was a beautiful soul that reflected in his singing. Those who talked to him can confirm my statement. I regret telling him when he kept uploading songs and did not commented on ours. But that was long ago and he not only took notice but became one of my best online friends. I talked to him many a times but the last conversation with him was in March 2018 when I figured he has little time. He fought Cancer as bravely and as logically as one can. He was very happy that he moved into a high rise Mumbai apartment complex. His daughter in law played tabla for A.R.Rehman and assisted to record his vocals for his covers. I truly salute people in India who take time to sing and help or assist people who want to. My inner most desire is for India and Pakistan to get united. My life would have been totally different and much more pleasurable had I lived in what India was. Those who took advantage of separating were selfish and not considerate people. Creating Pakistan was so disgusting. How can on piece of land be pure or clean than other? Hindus and Muslims need to understand this. India is among the top real estate if you look into the world map. I might be not alive when our people finally understand all this. Religion is all bullshit...our culture is what there has been. Make it tolerant...love each other and enjoy life. You are all among the most intelligent people...I have zero doubt about this statement. And when I die I would request some one among you to share this song as we will never be able to find out where these souls go.
This song was originally sung by Mukesh and he sang it perfectly but I still like the version that was sung by his son Nitin. Every time I listen this song, no matter who's version tears come rolling into my eyes. I would not ask you to enjoy this song...just listen and feel what happens when one of your beloved dies. This is why I like and admire Anand Bakhshi Ji the most. My salutes to Him.
Original Singer: Mukesh
Music Directors: Laxmikant-Pyarelal
Lyricist: Anand Bakhshi
Fiml: Pushpanjali 1970
Tumhe_Dil_Se_Chaha_Audio_Praveenits been 2 weeks I haven't uploaded any thing..its not like that I haven't any thing to upload..but I am not finding that much time to upload the songs during Tuesday evening. But today some how made up some time and uploading this song..hope you will like this 90's melody in my voice... Though Track is not that great!!!
Song: Tumhe Dil Chaha Tha Humne
Movie: Meera Ka Mohan (1992)
Music Director: Arun Paudwal (Husband of Anuradha Paudwal)
Original Singer: Mohd. Aziz
Cover Singer: Praveen G.Pandit
Kayampoo kannil vidarumMalayalam Movie : Nadhi (1969)
Music : G Devarajan
Lyrics : Vayalar Rama Varma
Singer : K J Yesudas
Cover : Krishnadas P
Kaayaampoo (Memecylon Malabaricum) is a dark blue flower which is so cute that it inspired many Malayalam poets, like violets in English poetry.
A Rough translation of the lyrics is given below:
Kaayaampoo blooms in eyes,
Lotus petal blooms in cheeks,
Oh my love, from your lips,
Hailstones will fall.. (Kaayaampoo…
On the lonely banks of the river which adorns
A golden waist chain to the earth,
By seeing the magic of your soft smile,
I stepped into with an ever amazement,
Dear, I stepped into... (Kayampoo…
For the song that I sung about you,
Countless waves have set the shruti (scale)
On your dream world’s blue `Kadambu’ tree,
You tied my play boat,
Dear, you tied it up... (Kayaampoo…
Itni Haseen Itni-ChandrasekharanDear friends, i am so humbly attempting a classic romantic song of Rafi sahib from the movie "Aaj Aur kal" So much impressed with the song composed by Great Ravi ji. So attempted even slight track issues. Hope my all friends will like my effort.
Itni Haseen Itni
Movie-Aaj Aur kal(1963)
Parwaarish - Aansoo Bhari Hai - Thinkal Govind KumarDear All....
Presenting my humble cover of a melodious & lovely Mukesh ji song from the old Hindi movie "Parwaarish" with Raj Kapoor & Mala Sinha in lead roles......
Film : Parwaarish (1958)
Lyrics : Hasrat Jaipuri
Music : Dattaram
Original Singer : Mukesh
Cover Singer : Thinkal Govind Kumar
Gudiya Humse - Dosti - 1964 - Saroj - CoverHi Friends... It is my Birthday so here is a happy song.. hope you all will like it..
Film : Dosti - 1964
Lyricist : Majrooh Sultanpuri
Singer : Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director : Laxmikant Pyarelal
Dil Bar Mere Kab tak Mujhe-ChandrasekharanDear friends, i am so humbly attempting a classic song of Kishore da sung for Amitabh ji. Hope my attempt will be liked my all friends and give your valuable feedback.
Dilbar mere Kab Tak Mujhe
Movie-Satte pe Saatta(1982)
Music-Rahul dev Burman
Mana Janab Ne Pukara Nahi - Sangeet Kishore3 July, 2018
Today, I have done such a mixing as if I am singing in a concert with KKji.
Initial Kkji part taken from a live concert:
Wah! The bed is so good, I almost fell asleep.
After two consecutive weeks,this week again I am singing a Kkji song lipped by Dev Anand saab and tuned by SD Burman. I like this voice of Kkji that was so much used by SD Burman in 50s and 60s. And the accompanied music was also so good that musician if got a chance to play loved to play uniterrupted. I have added an instance of that in the beginning.
One idea is prevalent that KKji had such a natural talent as a singer that he used to make fun in rehearsal time and made magic in recording. But Dev Anand saab said in an YT interview that KKji used to practice hours after hours inside the green room whenever he got a break from his acting job and was very sincere to make his singing flawless. There is no alternative to hard work and it was true in case of KKji also.
As I added a live singing by Kkji as initiation, I made my mixing like in a concert. Hope you would like it.
Song: Mana Janab Ne Pukaara Nahin
Lyrics: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Music: S D Burman
Film: Paying Guest(1957)
Original: Kishore Kumar
Ehsaan Tera Hoga Mujh Per - DJ WazifAfter a long time I'm back in Toronto from NYC so I found sometime to record this beauty. I won't be able to present it without the help of Naqvi saheb... his wonderful support in mixing it down such professionally is something I can't thank enough... This song is from beautiful movie "Junglee" and originally sung by Mohammad Rafi saheb ... movie is full of great songs, sweet romance, a gorgeous Saira, and an impressive Shammi. I hope you would like this presentation.
Song: Ehsan Tera Hoga Mujh Par
Covered by: DJ Wazif
Original Singer: M. Rafi
Note: No copyright infringement intended and the mixdown is just for my friends listening and for no monetary gains.
Jawaani Diwaani - Jaane Jaa - Thinkal Govind Kumar & SidhaDear All.......
With all modesty, presenting our cover of this All-Time Hit romantic duet originally sung by Kishore Da & Asha ji from the blockbuster Hindi movie "Jawaani Diwaani" with Randhir Kapoor & Jaya Bhaduri in the lead roles.....
Hope that each & every one of your good selves shall enjoy listening to this......
Film : Jawaani Diwaani (1972)
Lyrics : Anand Bhakshi
Music : Rahu Dev Burman
Original Singers : Kishore Kumar & Asha Bhonsle
Cover Singers : Thinkal Govind Kumar & Sidha
HAI DUNYIA USSI--KASHMIR KI KALI-1964A beautiful song from the movie Kashmir Ki Kali-1964. Lyrics penned down by Shamsul Huda Bihari(S.H. Bihari) and Music composed by Omkar Prasad Nayyar (O.P Nayyar).
My humble tribute to M.Rafi sahib.
Jaane Anjaane_MMM_09May18Song: Jaane Anjaane Log Mile
Film: Jaane Anjaane (1971)
Lyricist(s): Hasrat Jaipuri
Original Singer: Kishore Kumar
Tribute By: Madhukar Mehta
One of most melodic but sad songs that Kishore Kumar left us with has been on my do list for some time and this time I found a way to cover it. Kishore da sung this song as a background song in the movie. This movie followed after blockbusters like Aradhana and Kati Patang from Shakti Samant and was not a very successful movie but this song and Manna Dey’s Chum Chum Baaje re PaayaliyaaN left a strong impression on me. Hopefully you will be able to tolerate my efforts here for ~ 3 minutes.
Using a good pair of headphones may enhance the listening experience for this upload.
Disclaimer: No copyright infringement is intended by this upload as it is shared for like minded amateur music lovers. No monetary gain is expected and all credit for the creation belong to the rightful owners and creators.
Batein Ye Kabhi Na - DJ_WazifThis song in recent years has got a lot of popularity. I first time listened to it when I saw a news in a channel highlighting about a "Redhi Wala" singing this song. Later he was called to studios and got quite a lot of fame. (You may search that in YouTube though).
Sung by Arijit Singh in movie Khamoshiyan. This Bollywood supernatural horror film is directed by Karan Darra and produced by Mahesh Bhatt and Mukesh Bhatt in association with Vishesh Films. The film is a supernatural love triangle revolving around a writer adrift in the icy slopes of Kashmir where he discovers a married woman with a strange, silent past along with her bed-ridden husband. Music isn't as loud as in other songs which are coming these days and lyrics are good as well. I've changed some grammer which wasn't correct in the original. Those who have been listening to it might notice it but this is the correct I delivered. Finally but not the least, thanks so much ONCE AGAIN :-) NAQVI saheb for mixing this so beautifully. Thanks for your time and hopefully I'll soon tune up my instruments and gears :-)
Song: Baten Ye Kabhi Na
Original Singer: Arijit Singh
Cover: DJ Wazif
Note: No copyright infringement intended, this karaoke song is just for fun and enjoyment for family and friends here. The track is available on YouTube and nothing tweaked.
Kahin Din Kahin Raat - Kamar Patli -Thinkal Govind KumarDear All.....
So happy to present my modest cover of a very pleasant romantic song "Kamar Patli" from the Biswajeet - Sapna - Pran film in Hindi "Kahin Din Kahin Raat" !!!!!
I may please be allowed to add a few more words about this particular cover of mine !!!!!
This particular song has been originally sung by Mahendra Kapoor Ji, who had been known as "Poor man's Mohammed Rafi", whereas I have covered this in Mohammed Rafi Sahab's pleasant & romantic style, as advised by my dear friend, guide & philosopher, Muzaffer Naqvi Sahab, who himself is a highly talented & versatile singer !!!!!
My heart goes out to dear Naqvi Sahab, who has been the sole inspiration behind all this & who has made this really possible !!!!!!!
Film : Kahin Din Kahin Raat (1968)
Lyrics : S H Bihari
Music : O P Nayyar
Original Singer : Mahendra Kapoor
Cover Singer : Thinkal Govind Kumar
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
Yun Neend Se Woh Jaan E Chaman - Sangeet Kishore17 Oct, 2017
This song was referred by Nandi bhai, when Naqvi Saab uploaded here one qawali song Humko Tumhare Ishq Ne two weeks ago. Nandi bhai provided the track to both myself and Naqvi Saab. Frankly speaking it was a new song for me and I started practicing it only two days ago from Sunday. And the inevitable happened, it has become my tune rather than RD-s tune. Now I understand why todays songs, when artists just go to studio and record part by part, do not touch our heart and why the old songs still wins the race. I know I have to rerecord it again after listening Naqvi Saabs rendition, until that please listen and give your true feedback, because this is really a tricky song. If somebody wants to learn game of pauses in a song, this a great example song.
Thank you Nandi bhai for providing this beautiful and precious track.
Song: Yun Neend Se Woh Jaan E Chaman
Lyrics: Anand Bakshi
Music: RD Burman
Original: Kishore Kumar
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.
Saamne_Yeh_Kaun_Audio_PraveenWhat a I like more about this song is the instrument "Paddle Dholak" RD burman has used specifically in this song..its really intoxicating..and I always enjoy listening to it. But unfortunately none the people used this instrument in Karaoke :(.
If any body wants to know more about his instrument this click the below link and enjoy it:
Recently Naqvi ji had sung and uploaded this song..forget about Kishore da..I am nowhere near to Naqvi ji's performance..what a melodious as well as rocking performance it was!! I had a dream of singing this song, but after listening to Naqvi ji's performance I was really motivated to cover this song..hence, dedicating this song to Naqvi ji!! ( Uff how many times I have typed Naqvi ji's name here ;) )hope you will like my efforts here..
Last week I had uploaded the title song from the same movie..(Which I shall re-upload it later)
Song: Saamne Yeh Kaun Aya
Movie: Jawani Diwani(1972)
Music Director: RD Burman
Lyrics: Anand Bakshi
Original Singer: Kishore Kumar
paarvai ondre poodhuma ( guitar instrumental)THis song is adapted from the hindi song "Shokh Naazar ki bijiliyaan". I could not get a ktrack, so I made this track and played my own prelude. Played the lead vocals on guitar an keyboard. Bass notes played on the guitar. Accompaniment from the keyboard.
I am sure all of you will like my instrumental rendition
Not meant for commercial use
Sochenge_Tumhe_Pyar_Audio_PraveenFriends coming back so soon...just to compensate last week absence :)...thanks for your patience and love...thanks in advance.
Song: Sochenge Tumhe Pyar
Music Director: Nadeem-Shravan
Original Singer: Kumar Sanu
gumnam hai koi-karaoke cover by kala vijay-hindi old songmovie-Gumnaam
this song is one of the most haunting melodies of Lataji.
always in my wishlist.always find very difficult to do justice to its melody.
anyways tried it atlast.hope my friends will enjoy.
lyrics writed i could not found on internet.
the movie was a suspense thriller of 60's with some great music.
pl give your feed back if time permits my friends.
though we have very few listeners here.i believe here ,our friends will listen
our songs fully.thank you so much friends.