Enoch Daniels - Holiday Moods - Instrumental - S/LMOEC 1031 - Odeon - (Condition 80-85%) - Super 7

A much loved and well-respected figure in the Bombay film-industry (a.k.a. 'Bollywood') for almost six decades, Enoch Daniels (fondly known as 'Danny') is known for his work as a film arranger/composer, and for his instrumental albums of rendition of film tunes on the piano-accordion. Born on April 16th, 1933 in Pune, a historic and bustling city in the western state of Maharashtra, India, he was raised in a musical family (all six brothers played an instrument), with religious and church music playing an important role in his early years. The presence of British missionaries in the area (Convent of St. Mary the Virgin, and the other managed by the Cowley Fathers belonging to the Society of St. John the Evangelist, S.S.J.E.) ensured that he received musical instruction for the next few years on the local church organ. He was also keen on percussion, assembling a make-shift drum kit consisting of wooden boxes, metal tins, brass plates to substitute cymbals with, a chest of drawers which served as a bass drum, and a kettle drum. Several years of instruction under Rev. Father Slade and Sister Gertrude Joy, laid the foundation for the long musical journey that lay ahead of him. As a student of the Nowrosjee Wadia College in Pune, academics took a backseat, since Enoch was gaining popularity with his regular appearances on stage as a performer. The need for a 'portable' instrument in the relative absence of pianos at venues resulted in the purchase of a piano accordion, an instrument which was received well by audiences. (The accordion was a relatively unknown instrument in India at that time, and Enoch was the first exponent of this instrument here.) In 1953, he was selected to represent Pune University at the All India Youth Festival in New Delhi. This event exposed him to a wider audience, and brought him to decide that it was music that would be his profession of choice from then on. Disbanding the idea of joining the Indian Army, a thought he once entertained, he packed his bags and sought his future in the film industry in Bombay.

Record Details


Enoch Daniels - Holiday Moods - Instrumental - S/LMOEC 1031


Enoch Daniels



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The Gramophone Company Of India Limited

Serial No.

S/LMOEC 1031

Side One

  • Ek Din Bik Jayega (Dharam Karam)
  • Do Nainon Men Aansoo Bhare Hain (Khushboo)
  • Main Tumse Mohabbat (Warrant)

Side Two

  • Tere Hamsafar (Dharam Karam)
  • Yeh Dosti (Sholay)
  • Koi Haseena (Sholay)



7 Inches


33 RPM

Record Condition


Cover Condition


Artist - 1 Enoch Daniels
Instrument - 1 Accordion
Record Details
Genre Instrumental
Label Odeon
Language Hindi
Releasing Year 1975
Size 7 Inches
Speed 33 RPM
Side1 - Song1 Ek Din Bik Jayega (Dharam Karam)
Side1 - Song2 Do Nainon Men Aansoo Bhare Hain (Khushboo)
Side1 - Song3 Main Tumse Mohabbat (Warrant)
Side2 - Song1 Tere Hamsafar (Dharam Karam)
Side2 - Song2 Yeh Dosti (Sholay)
Side2 - Song3 Koi Haseena (Sholay)

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Enoch Daniels - Holiday Moods - Instrumental - S/LMOEC 1031 - Odeon - (Condition 80-85%) - Super 7

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