'Bairaag'; a mid-seventies effort from Kalyanji Anandji... half of which won't be of much interest to non-Hindi speakers as it's all dialogue. The other half though, should be; it's all very good music. Three highlights on it for me: 'O Shankar Mere Kab Honge Darshan Tere (Part II)', traditional but with a kind of manic urgency that I love; 'Peete Peete Kabhi Kabhi Yun Jaam' which is nice and bouncy and has a cool accordian intro; and finally the absolutely killer 'Dance Music', prime cut Bolly-funk as we know and love it.
1. Dialogues featuring Dilip Kumar in two roles as Kailash Nash Mathur and his son Sunjay
2. Lata Mangeshkar: Chhoti Si Umar Men Lag Gaya Rog
3. Lata Mangeshkar, Mohd. Rafi & Chorus: Main Bairagi Nachoon Gaoon
4. Mahendra Kapoor & Chorus: O Shankar Mere Kab Honge Darshan Tere (Part I)
5. Dialogues featuring Dilip Kumar as Bhola and Saira Banu as Chhoti Malkin "Tara"
6. Dialogues featuring Dilip Kumar in two roles as Kailash Nash Mathur and Helen impersonating as Sonia
7. Asha Bhosle & Mohd. Rafi: Peete Peete Kabhi Kabhi Yun Jaam
8. Asha Bhosle & Mohd. Rafi: Sare Shaher Men Aap Sa Koi Nahion
9. Dance music
10. Mahendra Kapoor & Chorus: O Shankar Mere Kab Honge Darshan Tere (Part II)
11. Dialogues featuring the voices of the Police Inspector and Dilip Kumar in three roles, as Father Kailash Nash Mathur