20th October, 2018
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Hum Dono – Jaidev / Sahir Ludhiyanvi

Take any Mehfil (Urdu for an artistic evening congregation) and the song, Abhin Na Jaao Chod Kar Ke eventually gets sung by someone who thinks he can do it well. This is likely to happen even today in the year 2018, 57 years after the song was released. This is the power of Hum Dono’s songs, composed by Jaidev and written by Sahir.
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Fireball – Deep Purple

‘Fireball’ is the 5th studio album from the innovators of hard rock, Deep Purple and is second in the quintessential Mark II Trilogy with In Rock (1970) being the first and ‘Machine Head’, the last.
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Time Out – The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Very few albums in jazz history are as popular as this one. And the sweet irony is that it broke the rhythmic rules of Jazz which had been around till 1959, exploring time signatures beyond the standard 4/4 or 3/4. Critics panned it on its release but the world loved it.
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My Favourite Things – John Coltrane

He made the most esoteric and beautiful album in jazz history and he also made the most accessible and beautiful album in jazz history.
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Shiv Kumar Sharma with Zakir Hussain - Live Concert at Rang Bhavan, Bombay

In the collection of LPs records a friend was giving away, I found this rare gem of a disc offering sinuous, sensuous music from the maestro Shivkumar Sharma on his santoor.
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Mighty Baby – Live In The Attic: Underground Unearthed Series Part 3

‘Mighty Baby’ was formed in UK in 1968 from the ashes of British beat-psych act, The Action. Their sound was typically British, but drew influences from jam rock/prog styles and fused with blues, jazz and folk elements with heavy doses of hippy psychedelia.
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The Who – Live at Leeds

‘Live at Leeds’ is one of the greatest live albums ever recorded in the history of rock ‘n’ roll. The LP was originally released in 1970 on Polydor Records and contained just 6 tracks. It reached #3 on Billboard Charts in UK and #4 in USA.
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Space Shanty - Khan - Underground Unearthed Series Part 2

'Space Shanty' is the lone album from Canterbury progressive rock supergroup Khan, and is a masterpiece in heavy prog genre
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Demons and Wizards -- Uriah Heep

Demons and Wizards is the 4th studio album of Uriah Heep and is a fine slice of British heavy progressive rock, or progressive hard rock.
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Grannie - Grannie - Underground Unearthed Series Part 1

Grannie was formed by guitarist Phil Newton in 1968/69 and was initially a cover band playing gigs around East London. Newton then began to write for the band and they began to master tracks like Leaving, Romany Refrain and Saga of the Sad Jester in rehearsals.
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