(Part – 2) The Bicycle Saga

I started the series on Bicycle songs in November last year and presented the first part. It was based on the songs picturised on a group of bicycles. I must confess that it wasn't an easy task at all. As I was looking for songs picturised on bicycles for the full length of a song, …

The ‘Fusion Songs’

A few years back, when I had just begun blogging, I had posted a list of songs having 'Two Different Moods in a Single Song'. It was a list where a single song incorporated happy and sad moods in an alternating fashion. One character sings happily, while another character sings the same song in a …

One Lady Sings, The Other Dances

Hindi films are full of song and dance. Many people wonder why Hindi films or Indian films in general have songs? But for us it's a routine, almost an essential part! Isn't it? At the drop of hat, the hero and heroine break into a song. It's not mandatory to have a situation. We have …

Songs Addressed to Animals / Birds

As a blogger, I always keep on thinking of novel ideas for the posts. Such themes tend to be fresh and appeal to the readers. I hope I can fit today's theme in the category of novel themes. The idea of the post suddenly spurted in my mind. Though I was preparing for another post, …

(Part – 1 ) The Bicycle Saga

Last year in June I dedicated the entire month to the songs picturised on a train. I divided it into several parts as per my criteria and presented five parts. The series was well received. After that I published songs with Tonga rhythm and songs picturised on a Bullock cart. These posts were also welcomed …

Special Duets

Last August Dustedoff published a post, 'Impossible duets'. In those songs the couple was far apart, not together physically. She compiled a song list 'in which the two characters shown singing the song are nowhere close enough for them to logically be able to sing a song together'. I have borrowed her own words here. …

My Favourite ‘Quartets & More’

I published the list of my favorite 'Trios' from Hindi films in March this year and was wishing to post 'Quartets and more' in April. But I got busy with other posts and it skipped my attention completely. When I was searching for incomplete posts in my folder, I found it. As I always say, …

A Mixed Bag

Science, Literature, Sports n more ............

Evergreen Indian film music

Great film music and great music directors

Rekha's Sousaphone

"Geet, beet, bajao baaja!"

Trivia

The spice of life

Songs Of Yore

A Journey Through Golden Era Of Hindi Film Music

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