According to this, I played drums on a Shankar Jaikishan album in 1968. Very strange... but kinda cool!
I found that album on one of the forums I used to frequent a few years back; real good stuff! BTW, nice work on the drums, PC. ;)
Ooh! who knew? Previous life leading to this life's work?:-)
LOL, how come my "other" screen name does not have an instrument assigned to it. I'm jealous PC, ha ha. ;) Funny how they randomly assigned instruments. I recognize at least 3 people in that list all of us contributors of info to The Gramophone Company of India, link on right side of the blog or here: http://discog.piezoelektric.org/hmvindia/index.phpAnyways, I spent another 2 evenings catching up and LISTENING again to your wonderful recordings, I can't thank you enough.@Reza - sorry I had been very busy and didn't see the query but it looks like others came to the rescue. :)
deewani, delighted to hear from you :)I hope your well and yes everyone came to the rescue thanksPC really ex on drums have a listen to yourself !http://sitardream.blogspot.com/2008/01/raga-jazz-style-shankar-jaikishan.html
that's interesting.too bad it's incomplete.thanks anyway.
Yeah... I dunno, it's ok. Not bad for a baby drummer I suppose...PC x
Hey theyve also jotted down the name of Edo Bouman (from the bombey connection crew) Maybe its a hidden best of list bollyfunk fanatics :) http://www.bombay-connection.com/press/Dieu.htm
Hi PC!Do you have Karma (1986), Jaanbaz (1986), Ram Lakhan (1989) by any chance!Vishal
Nope. Other than the few already posted, I don't have any post-1985 soundtracks.PC x
Not to worry! Just was curious enough to ask
PC,Didn't know you played the drums for arguably the greatest musical duo ever :P =)...interesting indeed lol !.I've created a new blog on RD Burman here:http://burmanrahuldev.blogspot.com/Cheers
Hi PC!!!!WHere r U??????
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