DEKHA JAYE GA / UF YEH BEEVIAN by V/A

SKU51876
ArtistV/A
TitleDEKHA JAYE GA / UF YEH BEEVIAN
LabelFINDERS KEEPERS
Catalog #FKR 026CD
Genre
ReleaseW 41 - 2009
FormatCD - UKCD
EAN Barcode5060099501845
Import
 € 14,99 incl. VAT, excl. shipping

Tracks

  1. Too Bhi Piala Chum reprise - M. Ashraf
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/d/51876_dekha_jaye_ga_uf_yeh_beevian/1_too_bhi_piala_chum_reprise_-_m._ashraf.mp3
  2. Music - M. Ashraf
  3. Too Ney Kaha - Nahid Akhtar
  4. Mahkey Hain Yeh - Nahid Akhtar
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/d/51876_dekha_jaye_ga_uf_yeh_beevian/4_mahkey_hain_yeh_-_nahid_akhtar.mp3
  5. Dama Dam Mast Qalander - Ahmed Rushdi
  6. Pyar Kabhi Karna - Nahid Akhtar
  7. Too Bhi Piala Chum - Ahmed Rushdi and Nahid Akhtar
  8. Aesi Chalo Na - Nahid Akhtar
  9. Mere Hote Howe - Nahid Akhtar
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/d/51876_dekha_jaye_ga_uf_yeh_beevian/9_mere_hote_howe_-_nahid_akhtar.mp3
  10. Dilbar Dilbra - Nahid Akhtar
  11. Mera Mehbob Hai - Nahid Akhtar
  12. Per Kahin Ankh - Nahid Akhtar
  13. Zinda Rahe - Mehdi Hasan
  14. Mera Mehbob Hai (instrumental version by Tafo Bros)

Description

The second installment in the ‘Sounds Of Wonder’ series exclusively licensed from EMI Pakistan, two previously unreleased soundtracks featuring the talents of M. Ashraf, Nahid Akhter, Mehdi Hassan, Tafo Brothers and Ahmed Rushdi (all of whom feature on the critically acclaimed and MOJO 2009 Honours shortlisted ‘The Sound Of Wonder!’ compilation. Beautifully remastered and presented here in a digipack. You can expect more rarer than hen’s teeth release and previously unreleased archive material over the coming months. Check!Commonly, ignorantly but understandably lumped in with its wealthy not-too-distant cousin, Bollywood, Lollywood was inspired by, but often overshadowed by its posh and well-traveled relative. Following the simplistic Bombay + Hollywood = Bollywood name game (that would in later years spawn Nollywood in Nigeria), Lollywood's Lahore based film industry was a profitable and vibrant one that found great success in the modest boundaries of its own country but was seldom savoured outside Pakistan. However, the hugely important musical business spawned a bi-product that was viewed as a potential earner for international entertainment industry, EMI, which allowed talented musicians to create ambitious music with world class mediums at there disposal, which throughout the 60s and 70s ranged from fuzz-guitars, space-echo machines and American and European synthesizers, but, due to the composers indigenous roots, rarely a drum-kit. Here you'll find fuzzy, scuzzy, twang-happy, spaced-out and funked up urdu-grooves complete with harmonium melodies and driven by some of the most random factor, freakish, finger-numbing, percussion that the South East Asian mainstream has ever had to offer. Above all, Lollywood soundtracks sound RAW! Re-imagine some of the most action packed Bollywood productions (which Lollywooders actively did) then fire the make-up department, take away the special effects budget and then improvise. The lack of gloss on a dusty Pakistani mini-LP makes for truly experimental Eastern Pop music.

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