Monday, 6 April 2015 My 25 favourite old Hindi film songs Old Hindi film songs are bewitching, and I am … Continue reading My 25 favourite old Hindi film songs – Justice Katju
In an interview, Lata when asked what she learned from the major MD in her singing, SJ, she … Continue reading A discussion on work of Shanker-Jaikishan on facebook featuring personalities worked with them
Shri Arun Bajaj S-J ke liye kuchh arz karna chaahta hoon…. “Teri zindagi mohabbat, tera naam hai deewana Tere baad … Continue reading On Lataji’s shying away from mentioning/acknowledging SJ’s Contribution to her career
A very very Beautiful song from the film Halaku (My most favourite song!) Few things to Listen to specifically: -The … Continue reading An insight into “Yeh chand yeh sitare Lata Mangeshkar film Halaku Shankar jaikishan” by Amit Vaidya
Regarding Innovation, it is Doing something for the 1st time which No one Else has done before them. Now that is a long list. As someone on this forum called innovation as “making use of some thing for some other thing to produce music”, I do not agree. That may be labeled as “Special Effect” but not Innovation. Using Sand Papers and Combs, Spoons and Glasses is no innovation in my opinion. Of course each of us is free to have his viewpoint, but majority of Hindi Film Music Fans would agree that Shanker Jaikishen did so many things which no one had attempted before them and hence they were the Real Innovators in Music. Their Persistent memory with Millions of Fans across the Globe is the Proof of above postulations. Continue reading Shanker Jaikishen as “Trend Setters”, “Experimenters”, and “Innovators”.
—-Rajeev Shrivastav There was the time when Film Fare awards had the same reputation as the OSCAR is known even … Continue reading SHANKER-JAIKISHAN : An Indian Musical Secular face & The Emperor of Film Fare