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Mohd. Rafi - An Evening With Mohd. Rafi - 3AEX 5257 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record
Mohd. Rafi - An Evening With Mohd. Rafi - 3AEX 5257 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record
Mohd. Rafi - An Evening With Mohd. Rafi - 3AEX 5257 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record
Mohd. Rafi - An Evening With Mohd. Rafi - 3AEX 5257 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record
Mohd. Rafi - An Evening With Mohd. Rafi - 3AEX 5257 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record
Mohd. Rafi - An Evening With Mohd. Rafi - 3AEX 5257 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record
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Mohd. Rafi - An Evening With Mohd. Rafi - 3AEX 5257 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record

Mohd. Rafi (24 December 1924 – 31 July 1980) was an Indian recording artist who is considered by many to be one of the greatest Indian playback singers of the Hindi film industry. In his lifetime, he was awarded the National Film Award, Best National Singer Award and six Filmfare Awards. In 1967, he was honoured with the Padma Shri award by the Government of India. His singing career spanned about 35 years. Rafi is noted for his ability to sing songs of different moods and varieties: They ranged from classical numbers to patriotic songs, sad lamentations to highly romantic numbers, qawwalis to ghazals and bhajans. He is best known for romantic and duet songs and, as a playback singer, his ability to mould his voice to the persona of the actor lip-synching the song. Mohammed Rafi was the second eldest of six brothers born to Haji Ali Mohammad. The family originally belonged to Kotla Sultan Singh, a village near present-day Majitha in Amritsar district of Punjab, India.[6] Rafi, whose nickname was Pheeko, began singing by imitating the chants of a fakir in the streets of his native village Kotla Sultan Singh where his family lived. Rafi's father moved to Lahore in 1935, where he ran a men's salon in Noor Mohalla in Bhati Gate.[7] Rafi learnt classical music from Ustad Abdul Wahid Khan, Pandit Jiwan Lal Mattoo and Firoze Nizami. His first public performance came at the age of 13, when he sang in Lahore featuring K. L. Saigal. In 1941, Rafi, under Shyam Sundar, made his debut in Lahore as a playback singer in the duet "Soniye Nee, Heeriye Nee" with Zeenat Begum in the Punjabi film Gul Baloch (released in 1944) under music director Shyam Sunder.[9] In that same year, Rafi was invited by All India Radio Lahore station to sing for them.

Record Details

Title

Mohd. Rafi - An Evening With Mohd. Rafi - 3AEX 5257

Singer

Mohd. Rafi

Music

Roshan, Sachin Dev Burman, Shankar Jaikishan, Ravi, Laxmikant Pyarelal, Kalayanji Anandji & Madan Mohan

Lyrics

Majrooh Sultanpuri, Shailendra, Hasrat Jaipuri, Sahir Ludhianvi, Shamim Jaipuri & Rajinder Krishen

Releasing Year

1969

Genre

Film Hits

Language

Hindi

Label

Odeon

Made In

India

Manufacture

The Gramophone Company Of India Ltd.

Serial No.

3AEX 5257

Side One

  • Dil Jo Na Kah Saka (Bheege Raat)

Mohd, Rafi

  • Khoya Khoya Chand (Kala Bazar)

Mohd. Rafi

  • Ehsan Tera Hoga Mujhpar (Junglee)

Mohd. Rafi

  • Chhu Lene Do (Kaajal)

Mohd. Rafi

  • Aaj Ki Raat (Aman)

Mohd. Rafi

  • Man Re Tu Kahe Na Dheer Dhare (Chitralekha)

Mohd. Rafi

Side Two

  • O Mere Shah-E-Khuban (Love in Tokyo)

Mohd. Rafi

  • Chhalkae Jaam (Mere Humdum Mere Dost)

Mohd. Rafi

  • Akele Hain Chale Aao (Raaz)

Mohd. Rafi

  • Kaun Hai Jo Sapnon Men Aaya (Jhuk Gaya Aasman)

Mohd. Rafi

  • Kabhi Na Kabhi (Sharabi)

Mohd. Rafi

  • Kahan Ja Raha Hai (Seema)

Mohd. Rafi

Specification

Size

12 Inches

Speed

33 RPM

Record Condition

90-95%

Cover Condition

Excellent

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Lyrics
Lyrics - 1Majrooh Sultanpuri
Lyrics - 2Shailendra
Lyrics - 3Hasrat Jaipuri
Lyrics - 4Sahir Ludhianvi
Lyrics - 5Shamim Jaipuri
Lyrics - 6Rajinder Krishen
Music
Music - 1Roshan
Music - 2Sachin Dev Burman
Music - 3Shankar
Music - 4 Jaikishan
Music - 5Laxmikant
Music - 6Pyarelal
Music - 7Kalayanji
Music - 8Anandji
Music - 9Madan Mohan
Music - 10Ravi
Record Details
GenreFilm Hits
LabelOdeon
LanguageHindi
Releasing Year1969
Size12 Inches
Speed33 RPM
Songs
Side1 - Song1Dil Jo Na Kah Saka (Bheege Raat)
Side1 - Song2Khoya Khoya Chand (Kala Bazar)
Side1 - Song3Ehsan Tera Hoga Mujhpar (Junglee)
Side1 - Song4Chhu Lene Do (Kaajal)
Side1 - Song5Aaj Ki Raat (Aman)
Side1 - Song6Man Re Tu Kahe Na Dheer Dhare (Chitralekha)
Side2 - Song1O Mere Shah-E-Khuban (Love in Tokyo)
Side2 - Song2Chhalkae Jaam (Mere Humdum Mere Dost)
Side2 - Song3Akele Hain Chale Aao (Raaz)
Side2 - Song4Kaun Hai Jo Sapnon Men Aaya (Jhuk Gaya Aasman)
Side2 - Song5Kabhi Na Kabhi (Sharabi)
Side2 - Song6Kahan Ja Raha Hai (Seema)