teddyroy95 | 1 Jul 04:18 2010
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Re: Re: Universal Launches Album on Title Music & Background scores - Pancham Unexplored

Shashiji
Galti go gayee
Maaf kar deejeyega aap ka itna waqt lene ke liye
The tone of your mail reminded me of a pancham number;-
"E eh le jahaan tumko
Nafrat ki hai beemari
Bahka karo tum sholay
Phiaka karo chingaari
Hum pyaar ke shabnam se
Har shamma bujha denge 
Rather
Hum loRD ke gaane sunke
Har shamma bujha denge"
Cheers
Surajit 
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Subject: [Pancham] Re: Universal Launches Album on Title Music & Background scores - Pancham Unexplored

Surajit,

Did you read the post? The email and phone number are clearly mentioned at the bottom. Please contact them
directly - trying to keep this group for discussing music only.

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shashirao | 1 Jul 05:58 2010
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Re: Universal Launches Album on Title Music & Background scores - Pancham Unexplored

Arre Waah....Yeh To Pancham Bhi Bolta Hai :)

Jai Ho - once you get the desired CD - do write a few lines on your thoughts. 

Cheers
Loin

--- In pancham@..., teddyroy95 <at> ... wrote:
>
> Shashiji
> Galti go gayee
> Maaf kar deejeyega aap ka itna waqt lene ke liye
> The tone of your mail reminded me of a pancham number;-
> "E eh le jahaan tumko
> Nafrat ki hai beemari
> Bahka karo tum sholay
> Phiaka karo chingaari
> Hum pyaar ke shabnam se
> Har shamma bujha denge 
> Rather
> Hum loRD ke gaane sunke
> Har shamma bujha denge"
> Cheers
> Surajit 
> Sent from BlackBerry® on Airtel
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: "shashirao" <shashirao <at> ...>
> Sender: pancham@...
> Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2010 18:54:27 
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anindya_roychowdhury | 1 Jul 07:45 2010
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Re: Sachinji and Rahulji


--- In pancham@..., sourav mazumder <ghachaai <at> ...> wrote:
>
> Sagar,
> 
> The mukhda of Kaliram Ka Dhol's bengali version (which has a very different tune 
> compared to the Hindi version) is direct reuse of SD's famous Bengali 
> composition Aami Tagdoom Tagdoom Bajai Bangladesher Dhol. SD's song is actually 
> about the protagonist's (or the singer's) fondness about the instrument Dhol 
> from Bengal (undivided Bengal rather). This Bengali song has a very nostalgic 
> impact on every Bengali (I think), written by Meera Dev Burman. May be that's 
> the reason RD kept the same tune in Mukhda as it was about Bangla Dhol played 
> during the Durga Puja. The antara of all these 3 songs are very different.

to add:

the original song was written by Mohini Chowdhury (I think), and was called "Baaje taakdum taakdum baaje,
baaje bhaanga dhol, o mon jaa bhuley jaa ki haarli bhol shey byathha bhol"

..and started with a beautiful, melancholy prelude - "Shei je dinguli, baanshi baajanor dinguli, baauler
dinguli, bhatialir dinguli..."

This is SDB/lyricist reminiscing his roots and the pain and the sorrow of leaving behind all that he
cherished...possibly on his road to success.

Many years later, Meera DB (you are right) did a take on the original - this is IMHO half reprise, half an ode to
Bangladesh (not sure, but this might have been released 1971 or soon after?). This one went:

"Shob bhulechhi tao bhulini Bangla maayer kol"

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Ashish Kashikar | 1 Jul 10:37 2010
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Snaps of Panchammagic Show...

Photos Courtesy: Mahesh Ketkar

http://picasaweb.google.com/ashishkashikar/27thJune2010PanchammagicShow#

Ashish

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atanurcin | 1 Jul 12:37 2010
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Joshila title again, but with a new query

Hi friends,

Am writing after a long time.

We all know that the title music of Joshila was used in a number of films after that: Deewaar, Ujala Hi Ujala,
Heeralal Pannalal, Ganga Meri Maa.

Can anybody list some non-RD films that used the same title score? I remember the 1978 Parikshit Sahni
starrer Hamara Sansar had used it. Any more?

Also, some Bengali films used it.

Thanks for inputs.

Atanu

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pavanpooviahkc | 1 Jul 13:20 2010
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Re: Joshila title again, but with a new query

Again 1978. Again Parikshit Sahni. Film : Anpad 

Also starring Ashok Kumar, Vijayendra Gadgil, Zarina Wahab.

Music director : Hemanth Bhonsle - Asha Bhonsle's son. I liked the Kishore song ` Nagmein Gao' very much. It
had a Pancham stamp all over it ! Could not get the Audio CD. So bought the VCD. 

Pooviah

--- In pancham@..., "atanurcin" <atanurcin <at> ...> wrote:
>
> Hi friends,
> 
> Am writing after a long time.
> 
> We all know that the title music of Joshila was used in a number of films after that: Deewaar, Ujala Hi Ujala,
Heeralal Pannalal, Ganga Meri Maa.
> 
> Can anybody list some non-RD films that used the same title score? I remember the 1978 Parikshit Sahni
starrer Hamara Sansar had used it. Any more?
> 
> Also, some Bengali films used it.
> 
> Thanks for inputs.
> 
> Atanu
>

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kaushik bandyopadhyay | 1 Jul 09:50 2010
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Re:Last recorded song

Which RD-composed song was last recorded in the studio after his demise and
who was/were the singer/s? Anybody from this forum...
with regards..
Kaushik.

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pavanpooviahkc | 1 Jul 09:16 2010
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Re: Timeless Pancham

Point well taken, as I do not remember the box office performance of Ashanthi. However, what is important
for performance of any music director is for the director of the movie to provide a good  situation in the
story for good songs. Lavish settings, Huge star cast, scandals/rumours etc. will not make any
difference to the performance of any music director.

Another point : LoRD was a critic of his own music. He was not happy with his scores for Joshila. He said he
composed them in a hurry and felt bad after the movie's box-office debacle. Also when he was in Kashmir to
witness the shooting of Kaalia, he felt that he could have done more for the songs. And we never heard of him
boasting of his successful scores. Thats RD for you.

Pooviah

--- In pancham@..., "shashirao" <shashirao <at> ...> wrote:
>
> <playing the thali-ka-baingan - rolling the other way>
> 
> But that is exactly how the film industry (possibly everywhere) works. Kingdoms are made and wrested away
by sheer politics and backstabbing.
> 
> Pancham very well knew the environment he was in - and conciously avoided the aspects he did not agree with
or was shy/hesitant to pursue.
> 
> Ashanti was not a smaller lesser know movie. In fact it was a multi-starrer - Umesh Mehra's attempt to
remake Charlie's Angels (then a TV series) in Hindi. Rajesh Khanna played the mysterious commander - and
Zeenat Aman, Parveen Babi and Shabana Azmi playing the angels. Mithun's addition actually uplifted the
movie. And for Kanwaljeet - he was introduced with a big launch. There were many rumors and raita spread
over the supposed (or real) affair between Zeenat Aman and Kanwaljeet. Even OP Ralhan utilized this to the
hilt for his movie PYAAS.
> 
> The movie was very successful in the box office.
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nandan munshi | 1 Jul 19:40 2010
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Re: Snaps of Panchammagic Show...

Excellent snaps.
Thanks for sharing.Waiting for detailed show report.
 
JAI PANCHAM
 
Nandan.

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Subject: [Pancham] Snaps of Panchammagic Show...
To: pancham@...
Date: Thursday, 1 July, 2010, 2:07 PM

  

Photos Courtesy: Mahesh Ketkar

http://picasaweb.google.com/ashishkashikar/27thJune2010PanchammagicShow#

Ashish

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Shirish Prabhudesai | 1 Jul 21:01 2010
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Re: Re: Timeless Pancham

Well... Jab se tumko dekhaa, the "L-O-V-E" song from Kaalia is an absolute work of genius to my mind... what a
super chorus, what lovely creation of atmosphere... even without seeing the film I could have guessed
this was shot in some scenic valley, the recording of that song had such depth created due to a slight
far-away voice effect and the chorus...
If the loRD felt he had not done enough. God knows how good it would have been if he had been satisfied with it :)
... And who can forget "Tum saath ho jab apne" !! What a super melody... all through, the film was
underscored by some of the finest background music too...
In fact, I am particularly excited about Euphony bringing out a DVD with snippets like Pran's recollection
of his daughter in Kaalia...
... along with other wonderful moments given to Cinema by the loRD like "I'm falling in love with a stranger"
or "Viru and Basanti leaving Ramgarh" in Sholay at the end when they embrace in the train...
... or the police chase in Shaan ( "Aur isee ke saath aaj ke samachar samaapt hue" ;)) ) or Shakal's intro in
Shaan, Sholay's title and so many beautiful melodies that we would otherwise scratch around on Youtube to
collect for ourselves...
One may not realise it... but this is such a magnificent effort by true lovers of music, totally immersed in
Pancham !!! Hats off to Euphony, they are such a class group of people...
There's so much more actually, that such DVDs can keep rolling out... how many MD's gave a different
interlude between each stanza of most songs they composed ? Every song of Pancham's is so full... so
complete with experimentation, ups, downs and returns to the main note... its just so, so amazing to think
of... who can ever be compared to HIM ?
Take Namkeen's melody at the end... take Masoom's continuous "undercurrent" of guilt... so beautifully
composed... this man, this fair magician literally shaped sounds... literally melted your very soul and
brought it into your eyes.... like no other ever did or ever will do...

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Subject: [Pancham] Re: Timeless Pancham
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