20th November, 2017
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The Inimitable O P Nayyar – (Released on Angel Label in 1967)

A pioneering figure in the Hindi Film music scene of the 50's and 60's, O P Nayyar gave one hit after other and regaled the audience with his melody and rhythm. Often referred to as the "Melody King" and "Rhythm King", he thrilled the hearts of thousands of devoted fans over a decade.
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Hare Rama Hare Krishna

Rahul Dev Burman (27 June 1939 – 4 January 1994). Nicknamed Pancham da, he was the only son of the illustrious composer Sachin Dev Burman. RD Burman was trained by Ustad Ali Akbar Khan (sarod). He served as an assistant to his father, and often played harmonica in his orchestras.
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Hum Dono – Original Hindi Movie Soundtrack

Hum Dono by Jaidev is an immortal classic whose songs have the eternal, timeless beauty about it. Released in 1961, the songs sound so fresh and have not aged a bit. Jaidev was a talented genius who never got his due.
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The Best of the Beatles

This time I have taken all albums by the super group Beatles. Much has been written about the group and their albums. What I have done is just given a short intro esp. for those Indian listeners who are into other Genres like Bollywood, Ghazals etc.
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Moonmadness - Camel

When it comes to Progressive Rock or Space Rock or Symphonic Rock everyone is familiar with albums like Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon. What I would like to bring to the attention of Indian music lovers is the relatively not so popular bands like Camel who are without doubt among the most respected groups in this genre.
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Romantic Warrior - Return to Forever

Romantic Warrior is one of my all-time favorite classic fusion jazz-rock album containing some simply mind - blowing instrumental interplay. It is a conceptual album around medieval fantasy. Romantic Warrior brought 4 of the world's most talented and creative musicians together (Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, Lenny White and Al Di Meola).
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Black Sabbath – Sabbath Bloody Sabbath

No other band has come closer to embodying heavy metal than Black Sabbath. Their sound is characterized by the mammoth, heavy riffs of Tony Lommi, Geezer Butler’s lyrics reveling in black magic, fantasy, drugs, mental illness and occult and Ozzy’s flat, almost tuneless, banshee wail. Everybody from the heaviest of metal bands to the sludgiest of grunge bands listened to Black Sabbath when they were teenagers.
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Greatest Hits - Stevie Ray Vaughan

Stevie Ray Vaughan was one of the greatest blues guitarists who unfortunately died in a tragic helicopter crash on 27th August 2014. Vaughan revived blues rock and paved the way for many other artists.
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Pictures at an Exhibition - Emerson, Lake & Palmer

This album was recorded live at Newcastle City Hall on March 26, 1971. The majority of the music is ELP's interpretation of Mussorgsky's classical piece Pictures at an Exhibition with a couple of pieces written by the band thrown in.
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Dream Of The Blue Turtles - Sting

Sting had been a jazz bassist before he became a pop star with The Police and it was only natural that Sting's first post Police band would be built around young jazz stars like Branford Marsalis, Omar Hakim and Kenny Kirkland.
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