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Geeta Dutt -Magic Moments - MFPE 1052 - LP Record

Geeta Dutt -Magic Moments - MFPE 1052 - LP Record
Geeta Dutt -Magic Moments - MFPE 1052 - LP Record
Geeta Dutt -Magic Moments - MFPE 1052 - LP Record
Geeta Dutt -Magic Moments - MFPE 1052 - LP Record
Geeta Dutt -Magic Moments - MFPE 1052 - LP Record
Geeta Dutt -Magic Moments - MFPE 1052 - LP Record
Geeta Dutt -Magic Moments - MFPE 1052 - LP Record
Geeta Dutt -Magic Moments - MFPE 1052 - LP Record
Geeta Dutt -Magic Moments - MFPE 1052 - LP Record
Geeta Dutt -Magic Moments - MFPE 1052 - LP Record
Geeta Dutt -Magic Moments - MFPE 1052 - LP Record
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Geeta Dutt -Magic Moments - MFPE 1052 - LP Record

Geetā Dutt (born Geetā Ghosh Roy Chowdhuri) (23 November 1930 – 20 July 1972) was a prominent singer in India, born in Faridpur before the Partition of India. She found particular prominence as a playback singer in Hindi cinema. She also sang many modern Bengali songs.Geeta Ghosh Roy Chowdhuri was one of 10 children born in the rich Zamindar family of Debendranath Ghosh Roy Chowdhary and Amiya Devi, at Faridpur in Bengal, British India, now in Bangladesh. Her family shifted to Calcutta in early forties, leaving behind their land and properties. In 1942, her parents shifted again to an apartment in Dādar, Bombay. Geeta was only twelve at that time and continued her schooling at the Bengali High School .K. Hanuman Prasad took Geeta under his patronage, trained and groomed her in singing and later launched her into singing for movies. In 1946, she got the first break with an opportunity to sing in the mythological film Bhakta Prahlad for which Prasad was the music director. She was given only two lines to sing for a few songs.In 1947, she got her break with Do Bhai. The music of Do Bhai became a hit with "Mera sundar sapna beet gaya" topping the charts. Geeta Roy's fresh and melodious voice combined vivacity and pathos in such a way that, despite a pronounced "Bengali lilt," the song touched the pulse of thousands of music lovers. She was popularly nick-named "Bangal ka jadu" (the magic from Bengal). In the same film she sang the evocative "Yaad karoge, yaad karoge, ik din humko yaad karoge." It was remarkable for a teenager to sing with such maturity.In the same year, she sang for Hunuman Prasad's other releases.

"Naino Ki Pyali Se Hoto Ki Madira" (Rasili)

"Neha Lagake Mukh Mod Gayaa" (Rasili)

"Aaja ri Nindiya Aaja": a lullaby alongside the established playback singer Parul Ghosh (Nai Maa).The uncanny ability of Geeta Dutt that made her race past her contemporaries was her unique versatility to sing any kind of song with the authentic tone, feeling, passion and emotion as demanded by the composition and the situation it was being picturised in. From a bhajan to a club song, from a haunting melancholic song to a peppy romantic number, she could traverse the range of music, seemingly effortlessly. This unique versatility helped Geeta (Roy) Dutt carve out a niche and cement her place even when the Lata Mangeshkar phenomenon was sweeping through the world of Hindi playback, following the runaway success of Aayega Aanewala in Mahal (1949). Geeta Dutt's chart-busting "Tadbeer se bigdi hui taqdeer bana le" in Guru Dutt's directorial debut Baazi (1951) was the turning point where "Geeta Roy's vivacity was matched every inch by Geeta Bali on-screen". S. D. Burman had turned a ghazal by Sahir Ludhianvi into a sensual club song much to the chagrin of the famed lyricist-poet: The ploy worked as Baazi proved a hit on the strength of that song alone.S D Burman fully exploited Geeta's potential across the spectrum an milo shyam saanware" (Devdas, 1955), the duet with Manna Dey, has the unmistakable touch of the Baul folk music of Bengal. "Nanhi kali sone chali" (Sujata, 1959) is one of the most popular and heart-touching lullaby ever where Geeta Dutt's voice rings maternal love in every note. The bubbly exuberance of "Aye dil mujhe bata de" (Bhai Bhai, 1956) is in sharp contrast to the pathos of "Waqt ne kiya" in (Kaagaz Ke Phool, 1959).Personal life.During Geeta's recording of songs for the movie Baazi, she met its young up-and-coming director, Guru Dutt. Their romance culminated in marriage on 26 May 1953. Geeta and Guru Dutt had three children: Tarun (1954-1985), Arun (1956-2014) and Ninā (b. 1962).[citation needed]With music directors Hemant Mukherjee (better known as Hemant Kumar in Bombay film industry) (Harano Sur, Sonar Harin) and Nachiketa Ghosh (Prithibi Amare Chaaye, 1957 and Indrani, 1958), Geeta Dutt came up with songs that were hauntingly melodious, youthful and heartwarming. At a time when Sandhya Mukherjee's voice was synonymous with Suchitra Sen, Hemant Mukherjee and Nachiketa Ghosh picked Geeta Dutt.[2] She also cut a number Non-film discs, singing to the tune of notable music directors like Sudhin Dasgupta and Anal Chatterjee.

In 1958, S.D. Burman had developed discord with Lata Mangeshkar as a playback singer and he attempted to work with Geeta as the main singer of his compositions rather than the upcoming Asha Bhosle who, he felt, was relatively raw. However, out of her personal problems, Geeta would not practice her art sufficiently and failed to meet Burman's demanding standards. (He and O.P. Nayyar then started to work with Asha and helped her blossom as a singer.)

Guru Dutt's magnum opus Kaagaz Ke Phool came in 1959 in which Guru Dutt himself starred in the lead role with Waheeda Rehman. The film was in a way reflective of his own views on life and the transitory nature of fame and success in the film world.

Geeta Dutt came up with one of her best renditions in the heart-rending "Waqt ne kiya kya haseen sitam," composed by S. D. Burman and penned by Kaifi Azmi where she poured out her pain, anguish and pathos in every word. However, the box-office disaster of Kaagaz Ke Phool (which is now considered a classic) left them shattered, financially and emotionally.In 1964, Guru Dutt died from a combination of alcohol and an overdose of sleeping pills. (His death was widely perceived as a suicide following two earlier attempts.[3]) Geeta then suffered a serious nervous breakdown and ran into financial problems. She tried to resume her singing career, cutting discs at Durgā Pujā and giving stage shows. She performed in a leading role in a Bengali movie, Badhu Baran (1967), and sang admirably Anubhav (1971), which was her final performance to the music of Kanu Roy as she died of liver cirrhosis in 1972, at the age of

Death.Geeta died of cirrhosis of the liver on 20 July 1972 in Mumbai

Record Details

Title

Geeta Dutt - Magic Moments - MFPE 1052

Producer

V. Shantaram., Bimal Roy , Prakash Pictures, Guru Dutt, AVM Productions, Filmarts, Deep & Pradeep Productions, Mehboob Khan. Pramod Chakraborty & Kwatra Films

Singer

Geeta Dutt, Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Manna Dey, Mohd, Rafi, Kishore Kumar & Hemant Kumar

Music

Vasant Desai, Sachin Dev Burman, Ravi, Hemant Kumar, O. P. Nayyar, N. Dutta, Naushad & Madan Mohan

Lyrics

Bharat Vyas, Majrooh Sultanpuri, Shakeel Badayuni, Sahir Ludhianvi, Rajinder Krishan, S. H. Bihari & Hasrat Jaipuri

Genre

Film Hits

Releasing Year

1985

Language

Hindi

Label

M F P

Made In

India

Manufacture

The Gramophone Company Of India Limited

Serial No.

MFLP 1052

Side One

  • Meri Chhoti Si Bahen (Film-Toofan aur Diya)

Geeta Dutt & Lata Mangeshkar

  • Bachpan Ke Din (Film-Sujata)

Geeta Dutt & Asha Bhosle

  • Ankhiyan Bhool Gayi Hai Sona (Film-Goonj Uthi Shehnai)

Geeta Dutt, Lata Mangeshkar & Chorus

  • Balam Se Milan Hoga (Film-Chaudhvin Ka Chand)

Geeta Dutt & Chorus

  • Sajan Ki Ho Gayi Gori (Film-Devdas)

Geeta Dutt & Manna Dey

  • Aayi Re Ghir Ghir (Film-Miss Mary)

Geeta Dutt & Chorus

  • Hawa Dheere Aana (Film- Sujata)

Geeta Dutt

Side Two

  • Jane Kahan Mera Jigar Gaya Ji (Film-Mr. & Miss 55)

Geeta Dutt & Mohd. Rafi

  • De Bhi Chuke Ham Dil (Film- Jaal)

Geeta Dutt & Kishore Kumar

  • Jate Ho To Jao (Film-Milap)

Geeta Dutt 

  • Aaja Zara Mere Dil Ke Sahare (Film-Ek Jhalak)

Geeta Dutt & Hemant Kumar

  • Mujhe Huzoor Tumse Pyar Hai (Film-Son Of India)

Geeta Dutt 

  • Main Tere Pyar Mein (Film-Ziddi)

Geeta Dutt & Manna Dey

  • Dupatta Mera Mulmul Ka (Film-Adalat

Geeta Dutt, Asha Bhosle & Chorus

Specification

Size

12 Inches

Speed

33 RPM

Record Condition

Excellent

Cover Condition

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Lyrics
Lyrics - 1Bharat Vyas
Lyrics - 2Majrooh Sultanpuri
Lyrics - 3Shakeel Badayuni
Lyrics - 4Sahir Ludhianvi
Lyrics - 5S. H. Bihari
Lyrics - 6Hasrat Jaipuri
Lyrics - 7Rajinder Krishan
Music
Music - 1Vasant Desai
Music - 2Sachin Dev Burman
Music - 3Ravi
Music - 4Hemant Kumar
Music - 5O. P. Nayyar
Music - 6N. Dutta
Music - 7Naushad
Music - 8Madan Mohan
Producer
Producer - 1V. Shantaram
Producer - 2Bimal Roy
Producer - 3 Prakash Pictures
Producer - 4Guru Dutt
Producer - 5AVM Productions
Record Details
GenreFilm Hits
LabelMFP
LanguageHindi
Releasing Year1985
Size12 Inches
Speed33 RPM
Singer
Singer - 1Geeta Dutt
Singer - 2Lata Mangeshkar
Singer - 3Asha Bhosle
Singer - 4Manna Dey
Singer - 5Mohd, Rafi
Singer - 6Kishore Kumar
Singer - 7Hemant Kumar
Songs
Side1 - Song1Meri Chhoti Si Bahan (Film-Toofan aur Diya)
Side1 - Song2Bachpan Ke Din (Film-Sujata)
Side1 - Song3Ankhiyan Bhool Gayi Hai Sona (Film-Goonj Uthi Shehnai)
Side1 - Song4Balam Se Milan Hoga (Film-Chaudhvin Ka Chand)
Side1 - Song5Sajan Ki Ho Gayi Gori (Film-Devdas)
Side1 - Song6Aayi Re Ghir Ghir (Film-Miss Mary)
Side1 - Song7Hawa Dheere Aana (Film- Sujata)
Side2 - Song1Jane Kahan Mera Jigar Gaya Ji (Film-Mr. & Miss 55)
Side2 - Song2De Bhi Chuke Ham Dil (Film- Jaal)
Side2 - Song3Jate Ho To Jao (Film-Milap)
Side2 - Song4Aaja Zara Mere Dil Ke Sahare (Film-Ek Jhalak)
Side2 - Song5Mujhe huzoor Tumse Pyar Hai (Film-Son Of India)
Side2 - Song6Main Tere Pyar Mein (Film-Ziddi)
Side2 - Song7Dupatta Mera Mulmul Ka (Film-Adalat