Right, I mentioned the famed funky soundtracks of Kalyanji Anandji earlier; 'Dharmatma' is one of their best (and certainly in my Bollywood top 10 list). Unlike most Hindi film albums where the focus is on songs, this one has loads of great instrumentals. Several ace versions of the 'El Condor Pasa'-inspired theme tune, the more traditional sounding 'Pathani Dance Music', and best of the lot, the wild 'Cabaret Dance Music', full of moogs, wah-wahs, loud beats, screams and mad giggling.
The songs are nice too; I'm especially fond of 'Kya Khoob Lagti Ho, Badi Suder Dikhti Ho', sung by Mukesh and Kanchan.
And sorry about the naff cover; it's from a later pressing of the LP.
[Update: Now with original cover art.]
1. Title Music
2. Lata Mangeshkar & Mahendra Kapoor: Meri Galiyon Se Logon Ki Yaari Barh Gai
3. Mukesh & Kanchan: Tumne Kisi Se Kabhi Pyar Kiya Hai
4. Theme Music (Sad)
5. Pathani Dance Music
6. Cabaret Dance Music
7. Kishore Kumar: Tere Chehre Men Woh Jadoo Hai
8. Theme Music (Happy)
9. Mukesh & Kanchan: Kya Khoob Lagti Ho, Badi Suder Dikhti Ho
10. Back Ground Music