Here's one more with a somewhat vague history. From what I'm able to make out, there was no film entitled 'Nikammaa' released in or around 1976, the year given on this soundtrack LP. There is however one by that title and with the right songs dated 1983. To confuse things further I've seen mentions of what appears to be the same film using the alternate title 'Jaan-E-Jaan', but from 1979. The Internet isn't being very helpful; none of the above are listed on the IMDb or similar places. Lucky for me then it's the music that concerns me, not the films. (But feel free to enlighten me, anyone who can.)
Not that this is among Burman's best soundtracks. Songs such as 'Koi Shama Shishe Ki Laya', 'Jane Ja Duniya Se Na Dar' and 'Gao Senorita Geet Pyar Ke' all have their share of nice instrumental details making them worth a listen or two, but in terms of melody they're not very memorable. Asha Bhosle's lively 'Tere Bina Kabhi Ek Pal' is more fun to listen to, and the atmospheric 'Tere Bina Main Kuchh Bhi Nahin' is quite lovely, but all in all this seems to me to be a score done on autopilot.
1. Kishore Kumar: Koi Shama Shishe Ki Laya
2. Kishore Kumar & Chorus: Jane Ja Duniya Se Na Dar
3. Asha Bhosle: Tere Bina Kabhi Ek Pal
4. Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle & Chorus: Tere Bina Main Kuchh Bhi Nahin
5. Mohd. Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle & Chorus: Gao Senorita Geet Pyar Ke
6. Kishore Kumar: Koi Shama Shishe Ki Laya