The Micro View of The Best Songs of 1950 @ Songs of Yore – Male Female Duets : Mukesh with other female singers

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The third major category, in our journey of the review of Best songs of 1950: And the winners are?’ is Duets. A Duet would mean a song which has two singers – which can be a male and female singer or a male and male or a female and a female singer. Our Hindi Films have all these varieties. Moreover, two male and a female or one male and two female (these generally have chorus in accompaniment, too) Triads, and some times even quadrats, also can seen.

When we take a very close look at all the songs of 1950, we get many examples of each of such sub-variation of duets. We will list them separately – for ease of listening and for future references.

Male – Female Duets is necessarily the most occurring and quite actively pursued types of duet songs.

We commence our detailed review wi Duets of Mukesh with

Lata Mangeshkar

1. Zamaane ka dastoor hai yeh puranaLajwaab – Prem Dhawan- Anil Biswas

2. Armaan bhara dil toot gayaWafa – Hasrat Jaipuri – Bulo C Rani

Shamshad Begum

3. Humse nain milana BA pass kar keAankhen – Raja Mhedi Ali Khan – Madan Mohan

4. Kahanewale Kahate Hain…. Badi Dhol Mein Pol HaiBijli– Bharat Vyas – Khemchand Prakash

Geeta Roy

5. Khayalon Men Kisi Ke Aaya Nahin KarteBaware Nayan – Kedar Sharma – Roshan

6. Kya Tujh ko Hua Aakhir, batala dil-e-diwanaBebus – Pt. Ganpat Rao + S K pal

7. Berukhi Bas Ho Chuki, Man Jaiye… Hamari Beti – Randheer – Snehal Bhatkar

8. Kisne Ye Kisne Ye Kisne Chhede Taar Mere Dil Ke Sitar KeHamari Beti – Randheer – Snehal Bhatkar

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tYqxsw0n_I

Rajkumari

9. Mujhe Sach Sach BataBaware Nayan – Kedar Sharma – Roshan

10. Maine Sapna Jo Dekha Hai RaatHanste Ansoo – Majrooh Sultanpuri – Ghulam Mohammad

Zohrabai Ambalewali

11. Balma tere bina chain kahan, mat jaiyo Dilli darbaarPagle – BG Bhatkar (Snehal)

12. Manwa mein pyaar dole sara sansaar doleSartaj – Majrooh Sultanpuri – Husnlal-Bhagatram

Asha Bhosle

13. Tere Liye Ho Gaye Ham BadnamBijli – Bharat Vyas – Khemchand Prakash

Continued…..

Adieu to (S T) Parikh saheb

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Shri S T (Shrish Trilokchandra) Parikh’s long, live; vigil came to an end on 31st July 2015. His own fairly chronic illness, his wife (Surkhabhabhi)’s critical ill-health and her parting the long company last year also did not affect his ever so equanimous, take-each-event-of-the-life-as-it-happens approach to his life.

Whenever I met or talked to him in last three / four years, this was one more facet of his personality that I did observe. In fact it is a plus to many qualities of his personality that I would reel off. When I talked to him last week and promised to meet soon enough, his tone and tenor were, as-ever, so balanced – without any rancor – and pleasant enough. In the hindsight now, I so much regret that I took his so strongly positive attitude towards life as as-is-usual-well signal and not took up my inner urge to visit him there and then.

In fact, I now so clearly recollect that even during our period together at Gujarat Steel Tubes (1973 to 1979), he had never complained of things that he would be involved with, things that no one in the organization would (or could handle), things that would keep life not smooth for even a short period. He would approach all such unexpected trouble-monger events with his, as-usual, cool and calm analytical approach, observe the event and the happenings under – or behind – such events minutely and formulate a decision objectively. Most of the decisions would appear to be out-of-box ones to the others. This invariably called for a great amount of convincing to all, but he would approach each discussion with same vigor and meticulousness, without any trace of exasperation, or for that matter, even frustration, which any other human being, in the similar circumstances, would (sometimes) feel.

For me, personally, the loss is quite profound. That he was one single person who made me what I professionally am can be called THE understatement of my life. When I reflect, I can so vividly see how painstaking and loving he was in those formative years of mine at Gujarat Steel Tubes.

He would give me a set of figures of allocation of steel and ask to me to tabulate them. Initially, I would invariably make some error in my totaling up. He would very gently show those mistakes while explaining the pattern of allocation among the different steel tube manufacturers as well its implications for GST in particular and the Steel Tube Industry in general. It was his way of directing me to take care of very small details while giving me the benefit of his expertise in the macro analysis of the Steel Industry.

For every new task that he would choose to entrust me, he would make sure that I certainly knew of the unspoken backing of his position in the company but also subtly made sure to the concerned outside world also would know it too that I carried his confidence, and hence his authority.

He chose to invest his confidence in me, and then went all the way. I feel happy that I have been able to repay his efforts, to some degree, in turn by helping careers of several of my colleagues.

I can fill millions of bytes to recollect such seemingly very insignificant, but so ever vital events that helped build the foundation of my career.

He was a natural network builder. This was one quality of his that just did not permeate through the filters of my own personality. Almost all these years, it was, invariably, he who would call me up at fairly regular interval, even when I inveterately failed to take the next call first.

He was always a low-key player, never played his own drum and hardly cared whether someone would take cognizance of his contribution(s).

Well everything that begins has to end. So does a great life that may never get the due that so much was deserved, in so many words. But, Parikh saheb always took such things in his stride, and still never missed a beat in the rhythm of his life.

The Micro View of The Best Songs of 1950 @ Songs of Yore – Male Solo Songs – Several Playback Singers for For Raj Kapoor

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Best songs of 1950: And the winners are?’ very interestingly notes that the year is noteworthy for the number of voices that sang for Raj Kapoor. That in deed calls for a post exclusively dedicated to these songs. We have covered here solo as well as duet songs.

Baware Nain – Kedar Sharma – Roshan

We have covered Teri duniya mein dil lagta nahi in the solo songs of Mukesh. Similarly Mukesh – Geeta Roy duet Khayalon Mein Kisi Ke Is Tarah Aaya Nahi Karate and Mukesh – Raj Kumari duet Mujhe Sach Sach Bata have been covered in the Duets section.

Pyar – Rajendra Krishna – S D Burman

Kishore KumarKachichi Pakki Sadakon Pe Meri Tamtam, Chali Jae

Kishore KumarMohabbat Ka Chhota Sa Ek Aashiyana Kisine Banaya Kisine Mitaya

Kishore Kumar with Geeta Roy – Ek Hum Aur Doosare Tum, Aur Teesar Koi Nahin

Kishore Kumar with Geeta Roy – O Bewafa Yeh To Bata

Kishore Kumar with Shamshad Begum –  Jalti Hai Duniya Tera Mera Pyar Hai

Dastaan – Shakeel Badayuni – Naushad

Mohammad Rafi with Suraiya – Taarai Aarari Taarari …Ye Sawan Rut Tum Aur Hum

Mohammad Rafi with Suraiya – Dhadak Dhadak Dil Dhadake

Mohammad Rafi with Suraiya – Dil Ko Hae Dil Ko ..Teri Tasveer Se Bahalae Hue Hain

 Sargam – PL Santoshi – C Ramchandra

Chitalkarwith Chorus- Main hun ek khalasi mera naam Bhimpalasi

Chitalkar with Lata Mangeshkar – Woh Hum Se Chup Hai Hum Unse Chup Hai

Chitalkar with Lata Mangeshkar and Chorus – Yaar Vai Vai

Chitalkar with Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammad Rafi and Chorus – Baap Bada Na Bhaiya ….Sab Se Bada Rupaiya

Jaan Pehchan – Shakeel Badayuni – Khemchand Prakash

Shankar DasguptaHum kya bataayein tumse kyun door ho gaye hum 

Shankar DasguptaDukh se bhara hua hai dil

Talat Mahmood with Geeta Roy – Arman Bhare Dil Ki Lagan Tere Liye Hai

Continued….

Carnival of Blogs on Golden Era of Hindi Film Music – July 2015

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Welcome to July, 2015 edition of Carnival of Blogs on Golden Era of Hindi Film Music.

As always we begin with posts dedicated to tributes.

How the groovy saxophonist Manohari Singh helped redefine Hindi film musicRudradeep Bhattacharjee – Known for his solo in the super-hit ‘Satta Bazaar’, he was an important figure during the golden era of Hindi film music. It’s his fifth death anniversary on 13th July 2015. SD Burman asked him to play for the background score of ‘Sitaron Se Aage’ (1958) and then in his subsequent films. Some of vary famous pieces:

Even before ‘Pyaasa’, the shadows had started gathering in Guru Dutt’s ‘Mrs & Mrs 55’Nasreen Munni Kabir – To mark the filmmaker’s 90th birthday, we revisit the movie that signaled a maturing of style but also anticipated the turn towards darker material in his subsequent works.

Unfinished business: The movies that Guru Dutt announced and abandonedKaran Bali – The celebrated director, actor and producer was responsible for several classics. But he also left many aborted projects.

An Afternoon Tryst with Madan Mohan and Lata Mangeshkar – an always welcome combination.

Anatomy of a Debate: Jab Jab Phool Khile (1965) sums up extreme reactions of both affection and disgust from modern viewers.

Sanjeev Kumar was one of those few actor-stars to whom the role meant more than anything in the world…..he chose to tread the path set down by other actor-stars such as Motilal and Balraj Sahni and rewrote many of the conventions of Bollywood rather than follow the conventional star system.

Naushad’s exceptional Mukesh – a tribute on Mukesh’s 92nd birth anniversary (22 July 1923 – 27 August 1976) – presents 10 gems from 26 songs that Naushad composed in all with Mukesh.

We now turn to our other regular posts:

Memorable Guitar songs where a guitar is heard in the song. The post contains a medley of guitar pieces from 15 songs, the catchy prelude in the chart buster song – Dum maro dum (Hare Rama Hare Krishna) and the 15 handpicked songs on the player

[More] Dances from Indian Dance Group Mayuri, from Petrozavodsk, Russia from the films came out at different times between the early’60s and the present decade. (The first dance is from a film made in the present decade, and it is not even Hindi; it’s Marathi.)

My favourite ‘car’ songs are with caveats that All the songs would have to take place for at least 80% in a moving car and No actor would feature in more than one song. (There is one exception – Guru Dutt. But well, he isn’t singing in either, so should not count!)

My favourite songs with the word ‘Badal/ Badra’ is a list of 10 songs that have the words badal or badra or badarva in the first line of the song and not a ‘My favourite Cloud Songs‘ post because I have left out songs with megha and ghata. We have picked two songs here:

Wedding Songs – And Beyond incorporates various elements that lead up to a wedding and its aftermath.

Some songs from Gopinath 1948 has remembered Ayee Gori Radhika – Neenu Majumdar and Meena Kapoor [The song seems to have provided the base inspiration for Satyam Shivam Sundaram’s Yashomati Maiya Se Bole Nandlala]. To which we add up other songs to update the records:

MUSINGS has critically carved out the career path of Nutan – 1950 – 1951[Cradle, Cheshire Cat?], 1952- 1954 [The delicate Bud], 1955-1956 [The Pink Tip], 1957-1958 [The Rosebud], 1959-1960 [Parijata], 1962 – 1963 [Eternal Spring], and 1963-1970 [Bed of Thorns] – banking upon a good deal of well- reasoned research and well-presented chain of personal observations and opinions. There several more posts, which I would suggest that you take up directly at the blog.

Five psychedelic sitar classics by Ananda ShankarNate Rabe – The most low-key member of the fabulous Shankar family, Ananda Shankar created funky sitar versions of ‘Light My Fire’ and ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’. Listen to these tracks as a single playlist here on YouTube channel.

Five Pakistani-Christian singers who were the mainstay of Lollywood’s golden yearsNate Rabe – An introduction to Salim Raza (aka Noel Dias), Irene Parveen and more . We have picked up this one as an interesting illustration: Yaaro Mujhe Maaf Karo Mein Nashe Main Hun – Salim Raza – Saat Lakh. There are several illustrious versions of this nazm. We will take one by Ghulam Ali on records here and may take up other versions in a separate post at a more opportune platform.

Book Review: Sidharth Bhatia’s ‘The Patels of Filmindia: Pioneers of Indian Film Journalism’ – If nothing else, then the book ought to be read for the art, the ads, the feel of the 30s, the 40s, the 50s. Even the 60s. -The golden age of Hindi cinema.

Posts culling out excerpts from Jai Arjun Singh, a.k.a Jabberwock’s book on Hrishikesh Mukherjee: a photo from the Satyakam set; Biswajit and a five-year-old movie star and Hrishi-da in a house full of bitches – does kindle the appetite to read the book, while furnishing a fairly satisfying preview on each of the topic picked up.

 This photograph almost gives the impression that David is directing Dharmendra, while the real director passively looks onThis photograph almost gives the impression that David is directing Dharmendra, while the real director passively looks on

SoY continues with the series on multiple versions of songs. We have Multiple Versions Songs (22): Female Solo and A Duet or A Chorus and Multiple Versions Songs (23): A Male / Female solo / duet or a Chorus – More than two versions of a song. Each post has a very rich supplement from the readers.

Now we move over songs remembered by our friends in this month –

Samir Dholakia

Arun Kumar Deshmukh’s Ik din tumne kahaa thha ji has a very high-octane prologue that so excellently pays tribute to according to one estimate, at least 1000 Music Directors, who gave music to just one film and disappeared. The song is Ik din tumne kaha thha ji (Ek Thha Ladka)(1951) Shamshad Begam, G M Durrani, Lyrics-Rajesh Kumar, MD-Rajhans Kataria.

Bhagvan Thavrani

In the last episode of our carnival, we had talked about the very widely discussed and participated exercise of annual review of songs of a particular year – Best songs of 1950: And the winners are?. We have covered up documentation of the further micro-review of the songs C Ramchandra, Husnlal Bhagatram and Ghulam Mohammad, Anil Biswas and other Music directors’ Lata Mangeshakar’s songs, as well as those of Suraiya and Shamshad Begum in June 2015. We continue with the posts published during the present month:

In the meanwhile SoY has now released Best songs of 1950: Wrap Up 1.

We will continue with the series in the next couple of months as well……

In the end, we have (our customary) very special songs of Mohammad Rafi taken out from the songs Bhagwan Thavrani has sent us –

We also have some more songs from Zimbo Comes…. Series of films:

Samir Dholakia has remembered Dekh Liya Maine Kismat Ka Tamasha Dekh Liya – Deedar (1951) – Mohammad Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar – Naushad.

We continue our pursuit of the golden period of Hindi Film Music …….

Carnival of Quality Management Articles and Blogs – July 2015

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Welcome to July 2015 edition of Carnival of Quality Management Articles and Blogs.

The search for “Improving measures of measurement of process” took us to the first building block -‘performance measures and metrics’, followed by the search for resources relating to the ‘structuring for the process of improvement’. We now take one more step forward and look for some basics to search for “Deploying the Improvement Process”.

Techniques and lessons for improvement of deployment processes – the article would appear to be non-fitting jig-saw piece in the ‘Deploying the Improvement Process, puzzle. The article aims to make (software) deployment processes reproducible and reliable. It presents a number of interesting techniques and lessons that could improve the deployment process of a system, and hence our interest in the article.

1. Deal with the deployment complexity from the beginning in your development process

2. Make your deployment process script-able

3. Decompose your system and their build processes, for the following reasons:

    1. It may significantly reduce build times, because only components that have been changed have to be rebuilt. There is no need to re-examine the complete codebase for each change.
    2. It increases flexibility, because it becomes easier to replace specific parts of a system with other variants.
    3. It allows a better means of sharing components across systems and better integration in different environments. As I have stressed out in an earlier blog post, software nowadays is rarely self-contained and run in many types of environments.
    4. It allows you to perform builds faster, because they can be performed in parallel.

[The rest of the article deals with specific relating to software codes and products.]

The Practical Deployment of a Continuous Improvement Process provides the groundwork required for deployment of Improvement process.

Process Deployment and Monitoring proposes an approach for supporting successful deployment and monitoring of process improvements.

Deploy Continuous Improvement by Brian Anderson | @branderlog – describes how to put in place a framework called Improvement Kata. This is the first step we must take to drive continuous improvement in our execution of large scale programs.

The Improvement KataFigure: The Improvement Kata, courtesy of Mike Rother

Process Improvement using a Deployment Chart – by John Halter – Despite superlative attitudes, immense dedication, and soaring urgency, results plummet on a downward trend.  Such a perplexing Cycle of Un-Quality is sufficient to thrust any manager to the brink of anxiety and anger…

 Cycle of Un- Quality

Cycle of Un- Quality

It is time to analyze if the right people are doing the right things, but in the wrong way.  But when a process may be off-track and requires evaluation, seize a modest tool called a Deployment Chart created by quality guru Dr. W. Edwards Deming.  The Deployment Chart is a flowcharting mechanism which allows you to inspect a process and apprehend the numerous relationships different people in the process have to the tasks and to each other……. An examination of our completed Deployment Chart will show us whether we have a smooth flowing process that makes sense.  Often times the Deployment Chart will display a process containing multiple hand-offs back and forth between people, or worse, between departments.  The matrix will highlight where “the ball will be dropped” and where departmental walls have the potential to block and delay the process.  You will also be able to identify unfortunate scenarios where two people who are required to be associated and connected with a particular part of the process are entirely detached and removed from each other in the process structure.

An Integrated Approach to Deploying Performance Improvement – by Lindsey Dunn – excerpted from Performance Improvement for Healthcare: Leading Change with Lean, Six Sigma, and Constraints Management by Bahadir Inozu, Dan Chauncey, Vickie Kamataris, and Charles Mount (McGraw-Hill; 2011)

Successfully deploying Lean in healthcare – The objective of this white paper is to better allow healthcare professionals to engage senior leadership (including management and board of directors/trustees) in discussions regarding the successful deployment of Lean.

Obviously, there would be no ONE way of deploying the process of improvement, suffice it to say that in order to be sustainable, deployment of process of improvement must be quite a meticulously executed strategic change , so structured as to be scaled up (or down) to the needs of the circumstances.

We would continue our journey of the process of improvement for a few more months.

In the meanwhile, in the second part, we have David Levy’s Blog, David on Quality from among the Influential Voices Blogroll Alumni, where he shares his views as ASQ Influential Voice on a range of topics. His hard core professional work can be explored at Levy Quality Consulting LLC.

We turn to our regular sections now:

Bill Troy, ASQ CEO has presented guest post of Manu Vora – The Gift of Knowledge Transfer Through Technology. The author very strongly stresses the need for the professionals to be more proficient in communication practices and principles to be successful. He supports his case with a real-life example of use of Google Hangout on Air to share the knowledge with large audiences in organizations as diverse as Indian universities, large corporations, and ASQ member units, with more presentations planned for the future.

Julia McIntosh, ASQ communications in ‘June Roundup: Using Quality Tools In Everday Life’ shares how many of the ASQ Influential Voices bloggers use quality off the job.

We then move over to ASQ TV Episodes:

Building Effective Teams – Keeping a team on track can be a challenge, especially if it’s virtually based. In this episode learn about effective virtual teams, a useful tool for prioritizing team projects, plus tips from the world’s… best teams for keeping your project on track.

Corporate Sustainability – Many organizations have earned a reputation for over-consumption, unnecessary waste, and actions that damage the environment. Corporate sustainability takes a conscientious and lean approach of increasing … efficiencies, minimizing waste, and preserving the environment; all of which benefit the organization in a variety of ways, profitability being one.

Our ASQ’s Influential Voice for the month is Luciana Paulise.

Luciana PauliseLuciana Paulise is a business consultant and founder of Biztorming Training & Consulting. She holds an MBA from CEMA University in Argentina, is a Quality Engineer Certified by ASQ, and a Senior ASQ member. Luciana has also participated as an examiner for the National Quality Award in Argentina. She blogs about quality and continuous improvement for small and medium size businesses, both in English and in Spanish @ BizTorMing Quality Consulting.

Here are some posts from the blog:

Agile leadership: the future of quality in small business

8 Quality Lessons I learnt from my mother

Instill a culture of happiness and quality will follow

I look forward to your active participation in enriching the blog carnival as we pursue our Improvement journey ………….

The Micro View of The Best Songs of 1950 @ Songs of Yore – Male Solo Songs – Chitalkar, Manna Dey, Arun Kumar, Manmohan Krishna and others

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In the preceding posts we listened to solo songs of Mukesh, Talat Mahmood, Mohammad Rafi and G M Durrani respectively, as part of our journey through the Best songs of 1950: And the winners are?.

These songs cover a substantial share of male solo songs for the year.

In the present post, we will cover, what can be called as fringe players, in so far as the year 1950 is concerned.

Chitalkar

C Ramchandra who sang under the pseudonym of Chitalkar only under his own baton, has songs under Husnlal Bhagatram and Hanuman Prasad (Apni Chhaya) and under P Ramakant (as Annasaheb). Shri Arunkumar Deshmukh states that P Ramakant was C Ramchandra’s music composer, like Chic Chocolate. So there must have been some compelling reason for this subterfuge. For our purpose, these trivia only add a piece of information only.

We have separately covered his Sargam solos (and duets) with other male solos that have been rendered by various singers – for Raj Kapoor – in this year.

1. Gore gore mukh se jo ghunghat hataao (Anna Saheb) – Babooji Ehsan Rizvi- P Ramakant

2. Mera Dil Nikhattoo, Mera Tange Ka TattooNirala – P L Santoshi – C Ramchnadra

3. Subhash Chnandra Ke Naam Se Hindustan Ka NaamSamadhi – Rajendra Krishna – C Ramchandra

4. Kadam Kadam Badhaye Ja, Khushi Ke Geet Gaye JaaSamadhi – Rajendra Krishna – C Ramchandra

Manna Dey

Manna Dey has surprisingly not got into any special position this year. Of course his Mashall song – Upar Gagan Vishal – does remain one of best ever.

1. Upar gagan vishalMashal Lyrics Pradeep –  SD Burman (and Manna Dey)

2. Naina Laage Ke Pi Ki AurRam Darshan – Ramesh Gupta – Ram Ganguli

Arun Kumar

1. Jab tum the hamare aur hum the tumhareMashalPradeep – SD Burman

2. Wo unka muskurana sharmana chale janaSangramBrajendra Gaur – C Ramchandra

Man Mohan Krishna

In a film which had Dev Anand as lead actor, a film that was made under his own banner, Manmohan Krishna singing two songs is a very novel experiment.

1. Jhat Khol De Kiwad Khol de, Badhai Dene Ko Aae Tere Ghar Dekh Tere HamsaeAfsar – Vishvamitra Adil – S D Burman

2. Sadhu Ke Ghar Ki Chhokariyan Do, Ik Patle Ik BhariAfsar – Vishvamitra Adil – S D Burman

Both songs in this clip :

Other Male Solos

We have covered Kishor Kumar and Shankar Dasgupta’s playback songs for raj Kapoor separately.

Kishore KumarO Phool Chunanewale Tu Khud Hi Gulab Hai….Ada Se Musquraye Ja, Quayamaten Giraye JaKhiladi – Rajendra Krishna – Hansraj Behl

Krishna Dayal Aa ja nigahon mein aa jaDahej – Shams Lakhanvi – Vasant Desai

Anil BiswasHumein maar chala ye khayal ye ghamArzoo Majrooh Sultanpuri) – Anil Biswas

Khan MastanaUnki nazaron se koi nazarein mila ke poochheHanste Rahna – Farooq Qaiser – Wadhwa

Raj Khosla – with Chorus – Rail Mein Jiya Mera Sananan Hoe ReAankhen -Bhagwat Datt Mishra – Madan Mohan

Madan Mohan himself sings a duet with Shamshad Begum for this film, which we shall cover in our appropriate posts of Duets.

Sundar Ye Kaali Kaali Julfonwali Jeen Nahin DeteKhiladi – D N Madhok – Hansraj Behl

 

Continued………………………

The Micro View of The Best Songs of 1950 @ Songs of Yore – Male Solo Songs – G M Durrani

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In the preceding posts we listened to solo songs of Mukesh, Talat Mahmood and Mohammad Rafi respectively, as part of our journey through the Best songs of 1950: And the winners are?.

Our expanded search has yielded, in fact not so surprisingly, almost comparable number of solo songs by another vintage era stalwart – G M Durrani. Quite talented and as widely accepted, G M Durrani must remain one of the most underrated artist in the world of Hindi Film Music.  He was well –noticed, found place always in the first row and yet seems to always have missed the hall of fame by a few whiskers when compared to his contemporaries like Rafi, Talat or Mukesh. The accolades that he got were relatively faint enough to get obliterated very fast in the rising tides of his peers in the 50s.

1. Ye duniya bewafaai ki wafa ka raaz kya jaaneMadhubalaRajendra Krishna – Lachhiram

2. Kisi Ko Yaad Karta Hai Mera DilMadhubalaIshwar Chandra Kapoor – Lachhiram

3. Nayi Jawani Rut Mastani, Thandi Shaam SuhaniMadhubala – Rajendra Krishna – Lachchiram

4. Meri Zindagi Bhi Koi Zindagi HaiDolti Duniya – Jhafar Malihababadi – Ram Prasad

5. Humein Yeh Jeena Ab Gawara NahinKhel – Wahjad Lakhnavi – Sajjad Hussain

6. Main Koi Jhooth BoliyaMadari –    – Hansraj Behl

7. Main Kisko Sunaun Gam Ki Kahani , Saare Sahare Chhot GayeMaang – Saagar Badayuni – Ghulam Mohammad

8. Dua Ye Hai Ke Haseenon Ke Baap Mar Jaaye Hamare Vaste Maidan Saaf Kar Jaaye (With Chorus) – Meherbani – Khumar Barabanquavi – Hafiz Khan

9. Ni Sa Ga Ma Pa Hae Raam Ji.. Bachpan Se Ye Mera SaathiSabak– D N Madhok – A R Qureshi

 

Continued……………..

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