Monday, March 29, 2010

Kalyanji Anandji: Anjane Mein (1978)

Anjane Mein

For some reason, I never used to rate 'Anjane Mein' much; however listening to it now I'm thinking it's kind of alright. Both 'O Meri Jaan' and 'Gayi Kaam Se Yeh Ladki' have loads of neat instrumental bits (the singing parts leave me cold though); a nifty mix of east and west. 'Sachchai Ki Ra Men' and 'Jeevan Ke Sab Sukh Paye Too' are typically lovely Lata ballads and 'Dil Ka Rishta Jod Diya Hai' is bouncy pop with a groovy beat. The title track begins like a 60s cop show theme before heading off in a variety of directions; excellent stuff.

Reassessment pays off.

Track listing:
1. Title Music
2. Kishore Kumar: Gayi Kaam Se Yeh Ladki
3. Kishore Kumar & Asha Bhosle: O Meri Jaan
4. Lata Mangeshkar: Jeevan Ke Sab Sukh Paye Too
5. Kishore Kumar & Asha Bhosle: Dil Ka Rishta Jod Diya Hai
6. Kishore Kumar: Main Jaan Gaya
7. Amit Kumar: Jeevan Ke Sab Sukh Paye Too
8. Lata Mangeshkar: Sachchai Ki Ra Men
9. Cabaret Dance Music

13 comments:

  1. Jake says nice! Thanks, another great addition to the collection :)

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  2. Anything that includes Title Music and Cabaret Dance Music is okay with me :D Thanks PC!

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  3. Good point. Although admittedly, the Cabaret Music on this particular title, whilst not bad, seemed to me a bit too pedestrian. Maybe I'm becoming jaded...

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  4. thanks admin u r doing a great job
    Do u have the movie Tansen (music ravidra Jain)

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  5. p.c.

    thought this might interest you.

    http://gizmodo.com/5506825/a-bollywood-composer-invented-techno-in-1982-and-nobody-knew-about-it-until-now

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  6. @moonlight: Nope, don't have that
    @anonymous: cool, thanks!

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  7. Thanks, PC! Nice write-up...looking forward to hearing this!

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  8. More good scores , many thanks PC

    Btw have posted a track from that Charanjit Singh album that anon mentioned

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  9. Having now heard the Charanjit Singh album in its entirety, I would recommend it wholeheartedly, it's terrific! Get it from Bombay Connection Records.

    (Some of you may also remember Singh getting a mention on this post.)

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  10. Hi PC
    the link for Anjaane Mein seems to be broken.. Can you post it again please
    thanks
    anshul

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  11. Hi, no it seems to be working fine, I just checked. And regarding reposting in general, see top left sidebar.

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