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The Micro View of Best Songs of 1947 : Female Solo Songs – Amirbai Karnataki [1]

Amirbai Karanataki is one of the stalwarts of post-playback singing period of the vintage era, who also acted in the films. This is strongly validated in the present year in terms of the number of solo songs that she has rendered. Her songs of C Ramchandra or of Naushad – she is the lead singer for Elaan – indicate that she had quite successfully transitioned to the new style of singing which was being ushered in the by the younger crop of music directors.

It is said that the rising graph of career post-1943 film ‘Kismet’ had peaked in 1947. We also have split her solo songs of 1947 into two posts, so as to do justice to the fairly large numbers of her solo songs this year.

Tumhari Yaad Ko Dil Se Bhulake Aayee Hun – Beete Din – A Dinkar Rao –

So Ja…So Gaee Man Ki Aas Re – Beete Din – M A Rauf –

Agar Tum Na Milate Agar Tum Na Aate – Beete Din – M A Rauf –

Mere Dil Ki Tarah Hai Sitar Tar Tar – Beete Din – A Dinkar Rao

Ghanghor Ghata Ghanghor Ghata Phir Chhaayi Hai – Beete Din – A Dinkar Rao

Din Kabhi Aise Bhi Aayenge Kise Maloom Tha – Diwani –  Gyan Dutt – Shams Azimabadi

Kat Rahi Hai Beqai Mein Har Ghadi Tere Bagair – Diwani – Gyan Dutt – Shams Azimabadi

Allah Nigahban Tera Allah Nigahbaan – Elan – Naushad Ali – Ziya Sarhadi

Ayi Ye Azal Zindagi, Gam Ka Zamana Tal Gaya – Elan – Naushad Ali – Ziya Sarhadi

Kuchch Aur Sitam Honge…Rote Hue Aayen Hai, Rote Hue Jaayenge – Elan – Naushad Ali – Ziya Sarhadi

Insaan Ki Tahzib Pe Ehasan Hamara– Elan – Naushad Ali – Ziya Sarhadi

Teer Laga Teer Haye Kya Karun Loot Gayee Taqdeer Haye Kya Karoon – Kismat Ka Sitara – Alla Rakhkhaa Quraishi – Roopbani

Main Janati Hun Tum Na Aaoge Kabhi Piya – Leela – C Ramchandra – G S Nepali

O Preetam Pyare Chhod Chali Gharbar – Leela – C Ramchandra – G S Nepali

The list of songs for which I have not been able to locate the digital links is also very large:

  • Aj Meri Kismat Ka Sitara Chamaka – Diwani – Gyan Dutt – Shams  Azimabadi
  • Hansati Jaa Bal Khati Jaa Dard Kisi Ka – Diwani – Gyan Dutt – Shams  Azimabadi
  • Dekho Dekho Ji Jawani Udi Jaye Nazar Lalachaye – Hatimtai – A Kumar –
  • Nazar Mithi Mithi Ada Pyari Pyari – Hatimtai – A Kumar –
  • In Paimano Mein Aali Kya Chiz Chhalakati Raheti Hai – Kaun Pardesi – Ali Hussain Muradabadi – Muzatar Bahzadi
  • Din Khushi Ke Yaad Aa Kar Rah Gaye, Hum Phakta Aansoo Baha Kar Rah Gaye – Kaun Pardesi – Ali Hussain Muradabadi – Muzatar Bahzadi
  • Chain Paoge Na Aaram Kahi Paoge, Yaad Rakhana Mujhe Tum Bhul Ke Pachhtaoge – Kaun Pardesi – Ali Hussain Muradabadi – Muzatar Bahzadi

In our next episode, we will take 2nd, concluding, part of Amirbai Karnatali’s Solo Songs for 1947.

By ASHOK M VAISHNAV

In July 2011, I opted to retire from my active career as a practicing management professional. In the 38 years that I pursued this career, I had opportunity to work in diverse capacities, in small-to-medium-to-large engineering companies. Whether I was setting up Greenfield projects or Brownfield projects, nurturing the new start-ups or accelerating the stabilized unit to a next phase growth, I had many more occasions to take the paths uncharted. The life then was so challenging!
One of the biggest casualty in that phase was my disregards towards my hobbies - Be with The Family, Enjoy Music form Films of 1940s to mid-1970s period, write on whatever I liked to read, pursue amateur photography and indulge in solving the chess problems.
So I commenced my Second Innings to focus on this area of my life as the primary occupation.
At the end of four years, I am now quite a regular blogger. I have been able to build a few very strong pen-relationships.
I maintain contact with 38-years of my First Innings as freelance trainer and process facilitator.
And yet,
The woods are lovely, dark and deep.
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.

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