PRODUCT

M. Ashraf [ 10″ : Uf Yeh Beevian (Original Soundtrack) ]

SKU
W10I009
TITLE
Uf Yeh Beevian (Original Soundtrack)
CATALOG
FKR026-B
FORMAT
CONDITION
Record : Sealed / Cover : Sealed
ADDED ON
July 2022
INFO
Commonly, ignorantly but understandably lumped in with its wealthy not-too-distant cousin, Bollywood, Lollywood was inspired by, but often overshadowed by its posh and well-traveled relative. Following the simplistic Bombay + Hollywood = Bollywood name game (that would in later years spawn Nollywood in Nigeria), Lollywood’s Lahore based film industry was a profitable and vibrant one that found great success in the modest boundaries of its own country but was seldom savoured outside Pakistan. However, the hugely important musical business spawned a bi-product that was viewed as a potential earner for international entertainment industry, EMI, which allowed talented musicians to create ambitious music with world class mediums at their disposal, which throughout the 60s and 70s ranged from fuzz-guitars, space-echo machines and American and European synthesizers, but, due to the composers indigenous roots, rarely a drum-kit.


TRACKS


A1 Nahid Akhtar– Aesi Chalo Na
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A2 Nahid Akhtar– Mere Hote Howe
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A3 Nahid Akhtar– Dilbar Dilbara
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B1 Nahid Akhtar– Mera Mehbob Hai
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B2 Nahid Akhtar– Per Kahin Ankh
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B3 Mehdi Hassan– Zinda Rahe
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B4 Tafo Brothers– Mera Mehbob Hai (Instrumental Version By Tafo Bros.)
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