Same year, same guy, but a lot better than the previous post.
There are loads of reasons to dislike Bappi Lahiri. Like when he shamelessly steals other people's music; a near endless line of tacky rip-offs. But there are reasons to like him as well. Like when he steals other peoples' music, but actually gets it right. Case in point: 'Sab Kuchh To Hai'. Essentially a remake of 'The Sound Of Silence', but for once Bappi brilliantly manages to redefine the source song, turning Simon & Garfunkel's classic into a slow-burning, late night lounge track. It's wonderful. And so are the other two Asha Bhosle numbers here. 'Jeet Lo Haar Ke' is quirky, disjointed disco, 'Sheesha Sharab Shabnam' is more lounge, on a cool jazz tip this time.
Incidently, 'Josh' is the only Bollywood soundtrack album I can think of that features playback singers on the cover instead of movie artwork. It might be an obscure film though...
1. Asha Bhosle: Sheesha Sharab Shabnam
2. Kishore Kumar & Chorus: Jinke Liye Ham
3. Amjad Khan & Deven Varma: Khaat Pe Khatmal
4. Asha Bhosle: Jeet Lo Haar Ke
5. Asha Bhosle: Sab Kuchh To Hai