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  • Bachpun Ki Mohabbat Ko - a Lata song
    Bachpun Ki Mohabbat Ko - a Lata song This song is a request by Wazif who told me that this was his Late Mother's favorite song. Also the story he shared how his father and mother went and saw this film was such an innocent act that I decided to sing it right away. If I can make you remember your mother even for a few minutes I would think I succeeded. This is for your mother and you Wazif. Hope you enjoy this song. Original Singer: Lata Mangeshkar Music Director: Naushad Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni Film: Baiju Bawra (1952)
    Muzaffar.N... 00:03:29 52 0 Downloads 17 Comments
  • Hum Bekhudi Mein Tumko - a Rafi song
    Hum Bekhudi Mein Tumko - a Rafi song One of my most favorite songs. Hope you enjoy my cover.
    Muzaffar.N... 00:03:43 62 0 Downloads 24 Comments
  • Jane Kya Tu Ne Kahi - a Geeta Dutt song
    Jane Kya Tu Ne Kahi - a Geeta Dutt song A very simple and beautiful song that was ought to become popular. Any one who has the slightest idea about people who created music for films can find the shades of their personalities and colors in this song. Hope you find this cover enjoyable. Original Singer: Geeta Dutt Music Director: S.D. Burman Lyricist: Sahir Ludhiyanvi Film: Pyaasa 1957
    Muzaffar.N... 00:04:08 63 0 Downloads 19 Comments
  • Mere Sapnon Ki Rani Kab Aayegi Tu-Kishore song
    Mere Sapnon Ki Rani Kab Aayegi Tu-Kishore song I am in a singing spree these days. I will sing every song that was my desire but could not for whatever reason. It took me a while to get back at it but now that I am, I will upload whenever I feel like. If Sandip considering to retire for a while, all of our favorite female singers on YL like Adina, Hema are absent for such a long time. Saroj Behen and Kala Behen don't seem very enthusiastic these days and our male singers who can are restricting themselves at sharing for no reason. I know this site doesn't always works the best but when it does why not take advantage. No need to comment or even listen but if you do I hope you enjoy my effort. Original Singer: Kishore Kumar Misic Directors: S.D.Burman (and I am definite R.D is in it too) Lyricist: Anand Bakhshi Film: Aradhana (1969)
    Muzaffar.N... 00:05:01 62 0 Downloads 20 Comments
  • Tere Chehre Mein Woh Jadoo Hai - a Kishore Song
    Tere Chehre Mein Woh Jadoo Hai - a Kishore Song Wow for the first time in several days the orange upload bar proceeded slowly as it normally should, so I hope the upload will get registered on the site properly. Yesterday was Rafi Saab's death anniversary but I had nothing prepared other than some previously recorded Rafi songs which I would substitute with a Kishore song as it is very recent in my cover archive. A very challenging/tricky song in terms of its pitch and improvisation of certain words in the lyrics. Kalyanji-Anandji and Kishore Kumar both made sure that lyrics flow as if there never was a hindrance. This has also been my favorite song and dared to attempt when I found this beautiful track. Hope you all enjoy this cover in my voice. On a separate note may I request friends to upload at least one song a weak when site is working all right. Who knows when it dies...before us...Hahaha so please upload as many as you can...don't worry even if it is an older or already shared material elsewhere. Life is too short so just sing, share and enjoy. Original Singer: Kishore Kumar Music Directors: Kalyanji-Anandji Lyricist: Indeevar Film: Dharmatma 1975
    Muzaffar.N... 00:03:59 74 0 Downloads 21 Comments
  • Ye Lal Rang Kab Mujhe Chhode Ga - a Kishore song
    Ye Lal Rang Kab Mujhe Chhode Ga - a Kishore song When a boy reaches College after 10 years of School he feels a sense of liberation. That plus such songs created a new atmosphere in the lives of many like me who grew and enjoyed those times. Such a poetry was beyond the thoughts of a young boy who was still in his parents care while at school. I believe what could not be taught at home was taught in such songs gracefully and building the character at the same time. I need not need to explain any further...hope you enjoy this song. Original Singer: Kishore Kumar Music Director: S.D. Burman Lyricist: Anand Bakhshi Film: Prem Nagar (1974)
    Muzaffar.N... 00:04:15 99 0 Downloads 22 Comments
  • Ehsaan Tera Hoga Mujh Per - a Rafi song
    Ehsaan Tera Hoga Mujh Per - a Rafi song Sorry for uploading so soon. I deleted my yesterdays upload I thought it was not registered properly at YL and I was continuously receiving notification popups one after the other whenever I clicked to open that page. Later I learnt I could have simply stopped notifications inside Chrome. Well one more lesson learnt. This song also does not need any introduction. Such a melodious composition I always thought it must be Ravi to have composed this one but it turned out it was Shankar-Jaikishan. This and so many other such incidences have confirmed my belief that our composers from that golden era were geniuses and could genuinely copy other composers style...meaning they could also do the same creativity as others. This is the reason we can never say this composer was better than the other. They were all top notch...hence the Golden Era. On the run attempt at this song when I mixed this for Wazif a couple of weeks ago. Hope you all bare one more listen of this song in my cover and hope you will enjoy despite my struggle reaching few highs in this song. Original Singer: Mohammad Rafi Music Directors: Shankar-Jaikishan Lyricist: Hasrat jaipuri Film: Junglee (1961)
    Muzaffar.N... 00:03:35 82 0 Downloads 22 Comments
  • Hazaron Khwahishen Aisee - Mirza Ghalib Poetry
    Hazaron Khwahishen Aisee - Mirza Ghalib Poetry I 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!
    Muzaffar.N... 00:05:38 80 0 Downloads 30 Comments
  • Aye Gham-e-Dil Kya Karun - Majaz's Poetry
    Aye Gham-e-Dil Kya Karun - Majaz's Poetry As 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)
    Muzaffar.N... 00:03:30 80 1 Downloads 24 Comments
  • Ye Sham Mastani - a Kishore Kumar song
    Ye Sham Mastani - a Kishore Kumar song One 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)
    Muzaffar.N... 00:04:33 95 0 Downloads 30 Comments
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