If you happen to enjoy the song, spare a few moments to read this post
which I wrote nearly five years ago, when there was no You Tube to bring alive the lost songs of childhood.
The silky voices of Bhupinder and Asha Bhosle, under the baton on R.D. Burman. Enjoy!
Aapka kuch nahi ho sakta, Mr Ghosh! :-)
Since you re-posted your old post, I thought why not I also re-post my comment on the original post...isn't it fun? ;-)
Your obsession for music is certainly awesome, but still better is your ability to connect to that bygone era. We all have been brought up on those simple pleasures of life, where watching/listening to a song would make you get up even from a deep sleep. My connection with TV was surpassed by my connection with radio(vividh bharti, i mean). I still long to hear hawamahal and sugam sangeet. To share something: Last week I happened to watch this oldie called Kinara, and the song "mithe bol bole" suddenly got me connected to a program on radio in which they used to play film songs that have classical base, and in which I had heard this song many a times some 20-22 years back. The feeling was so overwhelming as during that song, I almost relived my childhood; though in bits and pieces. You are so right when you say that music connects our present with our past. To add to it, I think it retrieves our past. Ah! that bygone era...dil dhoondhta hai...
exactly, what would you do without this song period :)))))
I remember :)
"What Do I Do Without This Song?"
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What can I do now !!
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