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Doob Doob O'Rama: Filmsongs From Bollywood 2 Import

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Audio CD, Import, November 21, 2000
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Cheppindi Chestaa: China Daani Chirunavvulu - S.P. Balasubrahmanyam/Vijayalakshmi Sarma
  2. Howrah Bridge: Mera Naam Chin Chin Chu - Geeta Dutt
  3. Patthar Dil: Seth Ke Ghar Mein Aayo Beto - Sulakshana Pandit/Shailendra Singh/Alka Yagnik/Nitin Mukesh
  4. The Train: Saiyan Re Saiyan - Asha Bhosle
  5. Sawan Bhadon: Ankhen Meri Maikhana - Asha Bhosle
  6. Annadham Mula Anubandam: Gulaabi Puvu - P. Susheela/S.P. Balasubrahmanyam
  7. Sapnon Ka Saudagar: Tum Pyar Se Dekho - Nitin Mukesh/Sharda
  8. Aasha: Ina Mina Dika - Kishore Kumar
  9. Yavanika: Champakapushpa - K.J. Yesudas
  10. Upkar: Gulabi Raat Gulabi - Asha Bhosle/Mohamed Rafi
  11. Love In Tokyo: Sayonara - Lata Mangeshkar
  12. Azhage-Unnai Aaraathikkiren: Thanimayil - Vanijairam
  13. Aazhi: Ezhupaalam Kadamnu - S. Janaki/Brahmanandan
  14. Haathi Mere Saathi: Dhak Dhak Dhak - Lata Mangeshkar/Kishore Kumar
  15. Prem Jal: Chandan Ki Chachi Ko - Manhar/Alka Yagnik/Bhavna Shah
  16. Chalti Ka Nam Gaadi: Hum The Woh Thi - Kishore Kumar
  17. Jahan Pyar Miley: Chale Ja Chale Ja - Suman Kalyanpur
  18. The Train: O Meri Jaan Main Ne Kaha - Asha Bhosle/R.D. Burman
  19. The Train: Maine Dil Abhi Diya Nahin - Asha Bhosle
  20. Intinti Ramayanam: Intinti Ramayanam - P. Susheela/S.P. Balasubrahmanyam
  21. Njan Ekananu: Rajani Parayu - Chitra

Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 21, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Qdk Records
  • ASIN: B00004UB10
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #714,224 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By ewomack VINE VOICE on July 27, 2003
Indian film music may sound derivative and strange at first to western ears, but repeated listenings will reveal that it's a unique genre in and of itself. It incorporates Indian musical structures (1/4 tones, etc), western musical idioms, and sometimes Asian and African rhythms. The singing is strikingly rich and beautiful, and will have you singing along without having a clue what the words are.
This CD is notable because it includes a very famous Indian film song: "Mera Naam Chin Chin Chu" (track #2) or "My name is Chin Chin Chu." It's about as catchy as a song can be. When I meet someone from India they almost always know the song and are very surprised that I (being very non-Indian) have heard it. They always ask "How do you know that song?" I tell them that I have a CD that includes it (obviously, this one).
The songs on this CD represent some of the best of Indian film music from approximately the 1960s. The sound quality is less than perfect, but more than listenable. Since nearly all Indian films are musicals (complete with intricate accompanying dance numbers), all of these songs have been wrenched out of context (but unless you speak some of the various languages represented here, you probably won't be bothered). What you will find are interesting and singable melodies, incredible rhythms, breathtaking singing, and 21 reasons to madly dance around the room.
The CD case has a gatefold with pictures from some Indian movies, as well as a list of the movies the songs were taken from. There's not much more information, so listeners are left to themselves to find more context for this music.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Bethell on August 2, 2008
Ok, granted these are songs from a very long time ago and were probably taken from old vinyl (78's, I can only guess), but the sound quality appears not to have been cleaned up at all. It's very much like listening down an old tin can tied to your mate's tin can about 100 yards away (remember that?).
There's some groovy tunes here but that tinny sound is like a bunch of bees in a bakelite transistor. It keeps me from truly enjoying this music. Sorry to go on about the sound quality but that is the one single factor that stops this album being something to enjoy. I suggest you check out other reproductions of this music and skip these guys (Normal Records) to find others. I've plenty of downloads of early Bollywood music which sounds incredibly rich and full so it really is possible. I feel Normal just released these willy nilly, and didn't even attempt any restoration. This makes this nothing more than a curio. Great cover, inside packaging is rather messy. No booklet. It would be nice to have the information of film dates and the artwork from those great posters. Google the film names to see the amazing artwork that went with these film.
Check out Asha Bhosle and R.D Burman for a real treat to Bollywood. A few are here but there again it's that awful sound quality (oh, there I go again!) I suggest you skip this product. I wish I had.
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