Kalyanji-Anandji: Dharmatma, LP (Vinyl)
Kalyanji-Anandji: Dharmatma, LP (Vinyl)
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Kalyanji-Anandji
Dharmatma
  • LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
reissue of 1975 Bollywood soundtrack; Hindustani Music trifft auf Fuzz-Gitarren, Acid-Pop und BigBand-Sounds tanzen über rhythmische Teppiche aus Trommeln. Es ist wieder Bollywood-Zeit , und der vorliegende Soundtrack zum Film“Dharmatma” dürfte keinen Freund dieses Genres enttäuschen.Ein Trip durch den indischen Jungel ebenso wie eine pulsierende Reise durch die düsteren Tanzlokale und Hinterhöfe.
  • Far Eastern Sunshine
  • (FES006-2)
  • 10 Tracks
  • EAN 5291103812385
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

A1

Title Music

A2

Meri Galiyon Se Logon Ki Yaari Barh Gai

Vocals
  • Lata Mangeshkar
  • Mahendra Kapoor
A3

Tumne Kisi Se Kabhi Pyar Kiya Hai

Vocals
  • Kanchan
  • Mukesh
A4

Theme Music (Sad)

A5

Pathani Dance Music

B1

Cabaret Dance Music

B2

Tere Chehre Men Woh Jadoo Hai

Vocals
  • Kishore Kumar
B3

Theme Music (Happy)

B4

Kya Khoob Lagti Ho, Badi Suder Dikhti Ho

Vocals
  • Kanchan
  • Mukesh
B5

Background Music

Credits

Lyrics by
Music by

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