Some Forever Favorites to listen to

I love to keep on searching for more music. So when there is not good enough music coming out, I rarely get out of stock to listen to. Here are some things that you can listen to anytime you want. Here is a post one year old on what to listen when you are out of stock.

Oldies: The best time to listen to oldies. Not that there is a bad time for that, but now there is no new, Old is certainly gold. Put on your favorite Kishore Kumar and Mukesh and Rafi and Lata songs and have a wonderful time.

That 90’s Magic again: Remember that Chhupana bhi nahi aata of Vinod Rathod? Remember the great music of Saajan and Aashiqui? Pardes and Kuch Kuch Hota Hai? Sandese aate hain and Are re are? There is a whole decade to relive in those 90’s songs.

Deewana, Jaan, Yaad: This one is for die hard Sonu Nigam fans. But I know that this huge community can never be fed up of these three albums. Play these 30 something songs in album order or random, and press the repeat button of your player.

Pop: From Alisha’s Made in India to Amanat Ali’s Kohram, there is a lot, lot to be heard which is sung by Indian as well as Pakistani singers/bands. In these private albums, not only there are hundreds of popular songs but also as many unknown songs which couldn’t even reach general public.

Here are a few recommendations. Mostly for songs which have gone unheard by most. Try to find these songs and listen to them. I hope you will like them.

Door Kahin (Nine): Pankaj Awasthi
Khaireyaan de naal (Tabeer): Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan
Tauba Tauba (Iss dil se): Sukhwinder Singh
Rain bhai kaari/Maajhi (Humsafar): KK
Kaise Jiye Hain Hum & Nostalgia Mix (Maheru): Jojo
Jugnuon se bhar le (Huqa Pani): Ali Zafar
Har Jagah mein (Tu hi mere rab ki tarah hai): Mithoon
Aise Jaagi Re (Sona): Sona

Besides these songs, Shafqat Amanat Ali’s Tabeer is an album which may be new for many people. And since the songs are really good, if you haven’t heard, go for Tabeer. Also, Amanat’s Kohram has some good songs. I hope you’d like them too.

To add to that, I would recommend a few more things.

Mohit Chauhan’s Fitoor. Challeya n Babaji are my favorites there, but frankly I love the entire album that one.
Sukhwinder Singh’s Mann Chandre from A R Rahman’s Connections.
Tere Naina by Kailasa. Teri Deewani and Saiyyan are definitely great n well known ones.

Author: Harshit

Madman. So-called Computer Engineer. Hindi Music Freak. Hindi Movie Buff. Thinker. Reader. Critic. Blogger. PJist. (bath)room Singer. Madman.

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