Talat Mehbood Spring Blossoms By - Talat Mehbood - ECLP 2348 - (Condition 85-90%) - LP Record

Talat Mehmood

Talat Mahmood (24 February 1924 – 9 May 1998) is considered one of the greatest male Indian non-classical and semi-classical singers. He was a born singer with an intuitive sense of beauty, charm and grace. He was an Indian playback singer. Although he tried his luck as a film actor, he didn't succeed a great deal in acting.

Talat received Padma Bhushan in 1992, in recognition of his artistic contributions in the spheres of cinematic and ghazal music. he had a unique, elegant and profoundly artistic style of singing. Talat was a very gifted singer in every sense. He was particularly famous for singing soft and sombre semi-classical and non-classical ghazals, but the film songs sung by him are also considered critically flawless and outstanding. Although Talat's typical genre was Ghazal, he was an astoundingly brilliant film singer who sung innumerable fantastic film songs.Romantic and tragic were the moods he liked most and it was he who helped a great deal in shaping the style and method of modern ghazal singing. He can be described as the real founder of modern semi-classical and non-classical ghazal. During the 1950s and 60s, Talat was the first choice of the high-brow literary and artistic community of Indian sub-continent, especially Urdu-speaking community. Even his cancelled songs were immensely popular among them. No other singer had such intellectually high-class and learned audience at the time with an exception of Manna Dey. Talat's voice has often been described as the softest male voice of the Indian sub-continent; not only this, but his voice is also considered among the most soulful male voices ever heard in the Indian sub-continent.Talat Mahmood was born in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, to Manzoor Mahmood. Talat showed his musical leanings from a very young age and would enjoy sitting through all-night music soirees listening patiently to some of the biggest names in classical Indian music then.Coming from a conservative Muslim background, singing was not encouraged. Talat had to choose between working in films and staying at home. Despite his parental objection he opted for the former, though his family accepted the fact only about a decade later when he gained respect in the industry.Talat apprenticed classical music under Pandit S.C.R. Bhat at Marris College of Music, Lucknow (presently Bhatkhande Music Institute) some time in late-30s. He started his career purely as a ghazal singer in 1939. Talat Mahmood began his singing career at the age of 16 in 1939 when he began singing the Ghazals of Daag, Mir, Jigar etc. on All India Radio, Lucknow. His voice had a quality distinct from all the other singers. HMV was quick to notice this and offered Talat his first disc in 1941 Sab din ek samaan nahin tha, Bun jaoon ga kya se kya main, Iska to kuch dhyan nahin tha.His reputation as a ghazal singer was not limited to his hometown of Lucknow, but it reached the city that proved to shape his destiny – Calcutta. The then famous ghazal singers were Ustad Barkat Ali Khan, K.L. Saigal and M.A. Rauf. The classical songs he sang were " Sapnon Ki Suhaani Duniyaa Ko " for film Shikast and " Laage Tose Naina " for Chaandi Ki Deewar.In 1944 came the hit Tasveer teri dil mera behela nah sake gi. Its popularity was so phenomenal and unrivalled that even today it remains one of the top selling non-film discs[citation needed]. This disc brought Talat the fame throughout India and soon he was beckoned by the Calcutta film industry. Talat made cameo appearances and starred in about 16 movies, for both the Calcutta (film hub of the 1940s) and Bombay Film Industry. The three movies in which he starred were regional hits in Calcutta. Initially, in Calcutta, he recorded a lot of Bangla songs (basic album) under the assumed name of "Tapankumar". Several of his Bangla numbers were super hits in Bengal and are still aired on All India Radio old song reminisces. He sang to the tune of eminent music directors like Kamal Dasgupta [" Du'ti paakhi du'ti teere... "], Sudhin Dasgupta [" Ei rimjhimjhim barosha... "], Rabin Chattopadhyayaa [ " Chander eto aalo... " ], Hemanta Mukhopadhayay [ " E Jodi aakash hoy... " ] and V. Balsara [ " Tumi sundar jodi nahi... " ] during the 50s and early 60s.In 1949 Talat moved to Bombay, to sing for the Hindi film industry. His name and fame had already preceded him and soon he was flooded with offers. His big break came with the song Ae dil mujhe aisi jagha le chal jahan koi na ho composed by music director Anil Biswas for the soundtrack of the movie Arzoo. The song proved to be extremely popular.

Record Details


Talat Mehbood Spring Blossoms By - Talat Mehbood - ECLP 2348


Talat Mehmood


Yunus Malik & Vithal Shinde


Anjun Lucknavi, Shamim Jaipuri, Avtar K Agarwal, I.A Minal, Kaif Akrami & Khawar Zaman

Releasing Year








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The Gramophone Company Of India Limited

Serial No.

ECLP 2348

Side One

  • Kya Bataoon Ke Mujhe

Talat Mehmood

  • Unke Aage Game Dil Jhukana Pada

Talat Mehmood

  • Chalta Rahun Chalta Rahun

Talat Mehmood

  • Gale Lagake Jo Sunte The " "Jane Chaman Meri Bahar"

Talat Mehmood

  • Nazar Bulbul Ko Kahati Hai

Talat Mehmood

Side Two

  • Aankhon Aankhomen

Talat Mehmood

  • Aao Chale Uspar

Talat Mehmood

  • Mere Ham Nashi Mere Ham Nava

Talat Mehmood

  • Karke Wade Ka Etbar

Talat Mehmood

  • Ye Chand Chamka Is Liye

Talat Mehmood

  • Hansi Hai Raat

Talat Mehmood



12 Inches


33 RPM

Record Condition


Cover Condition


Lyrics - 1 Anjun Lucknavi
Lyrics - 2 Shamim Jaipuri
Lyrics - 3 Avtar K. Agarwal
Lyrics - 4 I. A. Minal
Lyrics - 5 Kafi Akrami
Lyrics - 6 Khawar Zamin
Music - 1 Yunus Malik
Music - 2 Vithal Shinde
Record Details
Genre Ghazals
Label HMV
Language Hindi
Releasing Year 1967
Size 12 Inches
Speed 33 RPM
Singer - 1 Talat Mehmood
Side1 - Song1 Kya Bataoon Ke Mujhe
Side1 - Song2 Unke Aage Game Dil Jhukana Pada
Side1 - Song3 Chalta Rahun Chalta Rahun
Side1 - Song4 Gale Lagake Jo Sunte The " "Jane Chaman Meri Bahar"
Side1 - Song5 Nazar Bulbul Ko Kahati Hai
Side2 - Song1 Aankhon Aankhomen
Side2 - Song2 Aao Chale Uspar
Side2 - Song3 Mere Ham Nashi Mere Ham Nava
Side2 - Song4 Karke Wade Ka Etbar
Side2 - Song5 Ye Chand Chamka Is Liye
Side2 - Song6 Hansi Hai Raat

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Talat Mehbood Spring Blossoms By - Talat Mehbood - ECLP 2348 - (Condition 85-90%) - LP Record

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  • Product Code: ECLP 2348
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