According to the sleeve, Shankar Jaikishan's brief for this one was that "the music of this film had to be the expressive parallel of the central character's restlessness and hidden yearnings". I don't know if they succeeded or not as I've not seen the film. Unfortunately, there's nothing here that makes me want to.
It's mostly traditional/classical sounding, without much in the way of attention grabbing arrangements. Thus leaving me very little to latch on to or get excited about. I might return to 'Mehtab Tera Chehra' as it's quite pleasant, and there are some instrumental details in 'O Shama Mujhe Phoonk De' that I like, but not much else. I suspect (hope at least) that those familiar with the context or able to understand the lyrics will appreciate 'Aashiq' more.
1. Mukesh: Main Aashiq Hoon Baharon Ka
2. Lata Mangeshkar: Lo Aai Milan Ki Raat
3. Mukesh & Chorus: Yeh To Kaho Kaun Ho Tum
4. Lata Mangeshkar & Mukesh: Mehtab Tera Chehra
5. Lata Mangeshkar & Mukesh: O Shama Mujhe Phoonk De
6. Mukesh: Tum Aaj Mere Sang Hanslo
7. Lata Mangeshkar: Jhanan Jhanjhanake Apni Payal
8. Mukesh: Tum Jo Hamare Meet Na Hote