22nd May, 2018
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Blind Faith –Blind Faith

The term Supergroup is used for a band which comprises musicians who have already made a mark in the world of music. Blind Faith was one of the early names in the scene, like CSNY in America and Cream in the UK. In fact, the band happened because Cream broke up leaving Eric Clapton (the blues boy and lead guitarist of the band) looking for newer directions while Steve Winwood (of Traffic) was seeking some freshness in his music.
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Meddle- Pink Floyd

Meddle was an important inflection point for the band, as they started defining the sound that we know today as the trademark Pink Floyd sound with this album. With the leader Syd Barrett gone and guitarist Roger Waters just coming in, the lead guitarist David Gilmour took control of the direction where the band should be headed, taking the stray pieces of psychedelic elements from their past and morphing it into what came to be known as progressive rock.
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Kind of Blue – Miles Davis

Even after 55 years of its creation, this path breaking jazz album still remains the most important and influential work in the genre and across genres.
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What’s Going On – Marvin Gaye - Tamla Records, a subsidiary of Motown

Ranked number 6th on the all-time greatest albums by the magazine Rolling Stone, this creation is more relevant today than it was in 1971, when it was released. With introspective lyrics on poverty, drug abuse, Vietnam war, ecological problems etc. this one set a new trend in the genre of ‘Soul’.
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Love for Sale – Boney M – (Polydor)

The opening lines 'Freeze, I'm Ma Baker, put your hands in the air and gimme all your money', takes off with the story of gangster Ma Barker, whose name has had the 'R' erased for phonetic reasons. There’s also the simply spellbinding title song Love for Sale with its pounding, military disco beat, and hard - edged vocals by Marcia Barrett and Liz Mitchell.
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Guide by Sachin Dev Burman.

Born in the princely family of Tripura and father of R D Burman, Sachin Dev Burman underwent classical music training from his father and later from other Ustads of that time and this classical training gave him a firm rooting for the music that he was to compose later in life.
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Johny Mera Naam – Music By Kalyanji Anandji

Kalyanji with his brother Anandji, started an orchestral group called Kalyanji Virji and Party in the 50's which organised musical shows in Mumbai and outside. When big music directors like S.D. Burman, Hemant Kumar, Madan Mohan, Naushad, Shankar Jaikishan and Ravi were ruling the Hindi film music world and it was a golden period of film music it was very tough to make a place amongst them.
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Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak

Anand Milind are sons of former music composer Chitragupta and ruled the industry between 1985 to 1995. Anand-Milind styled their music mostly based on Indian melodies and folk tunes and were greatly influenced by the music of Laxmikant - Pyarelal and Illaiyaraaja. With all the big names of the Bollywood film industry in their twilight, Anand Milind came like a fresh breeze of air and provided very refreshing tunes.
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Raga Jazz Style - Shankar Jaikishan

Perhaps the greatest music duo to have graced Indian Film Industry, they impacted the music scene like no other with their sheer brilliance. These legends had tremendous influence on not only the music directors of that time but also on the future music directors as well.
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Intaqam - Laxmikant Pyarelal (Released in 1968)

One of the most successful music directors of Bollywood Film industry, the duo of Laxmi Pyare have composed music for more than 500 films! They have given us unforgettable, memorable songs which are so hummable and popular even today.
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