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Kuch Kehta Hai Yeh Sawan - Asha Parekh - Dharmendra - Mera Gaon Mera Desh Songs - Lata - Rafi
•Sep 3, 2012


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Movie: Mera Gaon Mera Desh
Music Director: Laxmikant-Pyarelal
Singers: Lata Mangeshkar
Director: Raj Khosla.

Enjoy this Hit song from the 1971 movie Mera Gaon Mera Desh starring Asha Parekh, Dharmendra, Vinod Khanna, Laxmi Chhaya and Jayant.

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Mere Rashke Qamar, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan- Original Composition
•Jul 17, 2017


Belabaharr Music

Mere Rashke Qamar, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan- Original Composition. Watch Naviin Gandharv perform the original composition of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's song Mere Rashke Kamar. The arrangement is done by Devanand Gandharv and playing the violin like crossover unique instrument is Naviin Gandharv. Also, he's playing the tabla for this song being an expert tabla soloist.

Belabaharr & Tabla - Naviin Gandharv Keyboards & Arrangement - Devanand Gandharv Recorded By - Deepak Rai Filmed By - Melady Video Vision & Glowing Star Entertainment DOP - Prakash Paniya & Shyam Paniya Contact Number - 9820207827 Email id - [email protected]
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MILE HO TUM HUMKO | Instrumental unplugged (Saxophone) | ANJALI SHANBHOGUE
•Sep 15, 2018


Anjali Shanbhogue Saxophonist

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A cover version of the song MILE HO TUM HUMKO

Original song credits Film -Fever Singer : Tony Kakkar Music composer : Tony karkar Lyrics : Tony Kakkar Cast : Rajeev Khandelwal, Gauhar Khan Cover Version Saxophone : Anjali Shanbhogue Keyboard : J.Deepak Acoustic Drums & Rythm : Vaman Kumar Sound mixing & mastering : Sandesh Babanna Panajakodi DOP & Editing : Jayanth Aithal Shailesh Putta
Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) [PULSE Restored & Re-Edited]
•Premiered Feb 21, 2020


Pink Floyd

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Filmed live on 20 October 1994 at Earls Court, London, UK. Restored & re-edited in 2019 from the original tape masters.

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Senior Billi
:idea: ..... ;)

In the early-to-mid-Sixties in England, whenever a producer needed to book a musician to play guitar on a track, the call typically went out to one of two people: "little" Jim Page or "Big" Jim Sullivan. This pop hit by Dave Berry, which reached Number Five on the charts, is one of many that featured both players, with Page handling the acoustic side and Sullivan taking the electric. The two men remained friends long after Page's session days were over, and Big Jim even lent Page his treasured Gibson J-200 to record the acoustic numbers on the first two Led Zeppelin records.


Senior Billi
Apparently this guy is a [non-active] member of my local, referred in a post about who on the forum is a musician.
#diversity [Always was so with jazz. The cops used to harrass, back in the day.]

Neil Gonsalves trio - Bhangra Blues

"Performed by the Neil Gonsalves trio: Neil Gonsalves(piano), Ildo Nandja(bass) and Riley Giandhari(drums). I wanted to reduce the time between the composing of a song and the first performance of it. I asked Riley to send me a Bhangra groove, and then composed Bhangra Blues in 10 minutes. We performed the tune at a gig we had the same day. Its the kind of flow, fluency and efficiency I wish I could find more often."



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Anup :) It is there (or was 2-3 years ago, maybe mostly CDs) but apparently mostly afro-pop. I used to go there in the 1970s, after school and Saturday mornings. Record King. The other one a couple blocks away was Underground Den, the name tells you something. There was no other way I could have got the underground rock/blues, etc.
I tried, twice, since about 2010, to find that guy at Record King, realising how good he had been to me. More often than not, I bought records without hearing them, UK imports, sealed.
New records sort of associated in my mind with the smell of incense.

There is a facebook group "Grey St. Casbah and surrounding", old photos and nostalgia and reminiscing, people who grew up in the area, uncles and cousins. The owner of Record King was in the group, and I found that the guy I knew was his brother, passed away long ago. So I'd left it too late.

There are only a very few photos from then and then some photos from one or two blogs, around 2010 or early 2000s.

Old photos...
Guy in the first 2 photos here is the owner, the tall guy in the 3rd photo is the one I knew.



Various post-2000, different, although the arcade pretty much unchanged. Except perhaps aluminium doors and windows.




CDs and DVDs, but I see some 60s-70s vintage Indian records there...


? Maybe the same owner sitting there in this photo...


Now these same photos will also show up here in Google searches.

That facebook group is the only documentation I know of, maybe someone has written an autobiography. I mean the whole thing, the whole scene, not just the record shops.