|Various Artists / Bollywood Lounge|
|Add Date:||2014-10-31||Pull Date:||2015-01-02||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||28 Dec||7 Dec||30 Nov||23 Nov||9 Nov|
|1.||Dec 14, 2018:||Popping and Hopping demo |
Chalo Chale Re Sajan
|4.||Dec 27, 2016:||It's Bollywood, It's Hollywood |
Aaj Ki Kali Ghata, Dhoondhe Nazar Nazar, Aage Bhi Jane Na Tu
|2.||Jun 24, 2017:||Soft-Biz |
Dil Dhundtha Hai
|5.||Dec 13, 2016:||It's Bollywood, It's Hollywood |
Hum Aur Tum Aur Ye Sama, Hawaon Pe Likhdo Hawaon Ka Naam
|3.||Apr 30, 2017:||Moonrise Kingdom |
Dil Dhundtha Hai, Pukarta Chala Hoon Main
|6.||Nov 22, 2016:||It's Bollywood, It's Hollywood |
Aage Bhi Jane Na Tu
Bollywood Lounge is an eclectic mix of songs from the Golden Age of Hindi films (Bollywood) - 1950s through early 1970s.These songs have a soft, romantic and melodic quality.The CD features singers like Talat Mahmood, Hemant Kumar & Mahendra Kapoor - all three have wonderful, mellow voices.Then there is Mohammad Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle and Lata Mangeshkar.|
Play any track. You won’t be disappointed.
****1. A beautiful melody by Asha Bhosle from the 1965 film Waqt. A classic.
2. Mahendra Kapoor & Asha Bhosle’s lovely duet from the 1962 Dilli Ka Dada
****3. Slow,soft, mellow duet by Hemant Kumar & Lata from the 1956 film Badshah.
***4. A slow & melodious song by Geeta Dutt. Poignant.
**** 5. OP Nayyar’s rhythmic music provides a wonderful background to this soft, dreamy song by Mohammad Rafi. A classic.
****6. A slow & fantastic melody by Mahendra Kapoor from the 1963 film Gumrah.
***7. A mid-tempo whimsical song by Kishore Kumar. A classic.
***8. A beautiful romantic melody by Asha Bhosle & Mohd Rafi. Note the influence
of Waltz music in this song.
***9. Khayyam’s classic music signature infuses this slow, soft melody by Lata Mangehskar,
***10. The opening notes remind you of a waltz Soft, romantic tune by Mohd Rafi.
**11. Dropping with sadness. A slow number by Lata Mangeshkar.
**12. Doris Day’s Que Sera Sera inspired this tune. Sung by the wonderful Talat Mahmood.
**13. A popular track from the 1975 film “Mausam.” Mid-temp, melody by Bhupinder Singh & Lata Mangeshkar. Don’t miss the Spanish guitar riffs.
***14. A wonderful & slow duet. Hemant Kumar’s lovely baritone is a reason you should play the song. Asha joins him in her signature high-pitched voice.
**15. Latin flavor in the opening notes & that’s what you should expect from music director RD Burman.Not one of his best numbers, but it works. Pleasant tune. Kishore Kumar shines.
16. The opening violin notes set the mood. . A classic, romantic tune by Amit Kumar, son of the versatile singer Kishore Kumar.Released in 1976 it was a hit song for over 2 years.
Kamla Oct 2014