Mukesh & Lata Mangeshkar - A Tribute To Mukesh By  Lata Mangeshkar - ECSD 5532-33 - (Condition – 85-90%) - 2LP Set

Mukesh Chand Mathur (22 July 1923 – 27 August 1976), better known mononymously as Mukesh, was an Indian playback singer of Hindi movies. Along with Mohammad Rafi, Manna Dey and Kishore Kumar, he was one of the most popular and legendary singer of his era.[1][2] Amongst the numerous nominations and awards he won, his song "Kai Baar Yuhi Dekha Hai" from film Rajnigandha (1973) won him the National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer. Mukesh was also popular as being the voice of the actor Raj Kapoor.

Singing career

Mukesh's voice was first noticed by Motilal, a distant relative, when he sang at his sister's wedding. Motilal took him to Mumbai and arranged for singing lessons by Pandit Jagannath Prasad. During this period Mukesh was offered a role as an actor-singer in a Hindi film, Nirdosh (1941). His first song was "Dil Hi Bujha Hua Ho To" as an actor-singer for Nirdosh. He got his break as a playback singer for actor Motilal in 1945 with the film Pehli Nazar with music composed by Anil Biswas and lyrics written by Aah Sitapuri. The first song that he sang for a Hindi film was "Dil Jalta Hai To Jalne De".Mukesh was such a fan of singer K. L. Saigal that in his early years of playback singing he used to imitate his idol.[4][5] In fact, it is said that when K. L. Saigal first heard the song "Dil Jalta Hai...", he remarked, "That's strange, I don't recall singing that song".Mukesh created his own singing style with the help of music director Naushad Ali, who helped Mukesh to come out of his Saigal style and create his own style. Naushad gave him songs for the film Andaz. Initially Mukesh was the ghost voice of Dilip Kumar in this movie and Mohammed Rafi sang for Raj Kapoor. He delivered many Hits for Naushad in films like: Anokhi Ada (1948), Mela (1948), Andaz (1949). Other composers who used Mukesh voice for great Dilip Kumar in Hit songs like Jeevan Sapna toot gaya were Anil Biswas in Anokha Pyar, Ye Mera Diwanapan hai, Shankar-Jaikishan in Yahudi and Suhana Safar and Dil Tadap Tadap ke, Salil Choudhary in Madhumati. However, later Dilip Kumar choose Rafi as his ghost voice and Mukesh became the ghost voice of Raj Kapoor.In 1974, Mukesh received National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer for the song "Kai Baar Yuhi Dekha Hai" from Rajnigandha (1974), and Filmfare Awards for the songs "Sab Kuch Seekha Humne" in the movie Anari (1959), "Sabse Bada Naadan Wahi Hai" in Pehchaan (1970), "Jai Bolo Beimaan Ki" in Beimaan (1972) and "Kabhi Kabhie Mere Dil Mein", the title song of film Kabhie Kabhie (1976). A total of around 1,300 songs were sung by him. This number is less than those sung by some of his contemporaries, but the fact is that Mukesh emphasised on quality rather than quantity. The comparatively fewer songs sung by him in the 1970s can be attributed to both the Kishore wave and his failing health due to his worsening heart problem.Mukesh sang many songs for Kalyanji Anandji music director duo. Mukesh sang more songs with the K-A duo than any other composer. From "Naina hai jadoo bhare..." Bedard Zamana Kya Jane (1958) composed by Kalyanji   alone as Kalyanji Virji Shah, and "Main hoon mast madari..." Madari (1959) as the first Kalyanji-Anandji-Mukesh combo, to "Chahe aaj mujhe napasand karo..." Darinda/ 1977, the K-A, Mukesh combination gave numerous popular songs like "Chhalia mera naam...", "Mere toote hue dil se...", "Dum dum diga diga" Chalia(1959), "Mujhko iss raat ki tanhai mein..." Dil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tere (1960), "Hum chhod chale hain mehfil ko..." (Ji Chahta Hai), "Humne tumko pyar kiya hai jitna..." (Dulha Dulhan), "Chal mere dil lehraake chal..." Ishara and "Dheere se chalo..." Johar Mehmood in Goa,"Main to ek khwab hoon..." and "Chand si mehbooba ho..." Himalay Ki Godmein(1965),"Waqt kartaa jo wafaa..." Dil Ne Pukara,"Deewanon se yeh mat poocho..." Upkar, "Khush raho har khushi hai..." Suhaag Raat and "Humsafar ab yeh safar kat jaayega..." Juari, "Chandi ki deewaar..." and "Le chal le chal mere jeevan saathi..." Vishwas (1969), "Koi jab tumhara hriday tod de..." Purab Aur Paschim, "Darpan ko dekha..." Upaasna, "Jo tumko ho pasand..." Safar and "Mujhe nahin poochni tumse beeti baatein..." Anjaan Raahein (1970).Out of the numerous songs he gave his voice to,Kahin door jab din dhal Jaaye from Anand(1971),Ek Pyaar ka Nagma hai from Shor(1972),Maine Tere Liye Hi Saat Rang Ke from   Anand(1972),Sab Kuch Seekha Humne from Anari(1959),Jeena yahan marna   yahan and Kehta hai Joker from Mera Naam Joker(1970) are the most popular among his fans and followers

Lata Mangeshkar

Lata Mangeshkar (About this sound pronunciation (help·info)) (born 28 September 1929) is an Indian playback singer, and occasional music-composer. She is one of the best-known and most respected playback singers in India.[2][3] Mangeshkar's career started in 1942 and has spanned over seven decades. She has recorded songs for over a thousand Hindi films and has sung songs in over thirty-six regional Indian languages and foreign languages, though primarily in Marathi and Hindi. She is the elder sister of singers Asha Bhosle, Hridaynath Mangeshkar, Usha Mangeshkar and Meena Mangeshkar. India's highest award in cinema, the   Dadasaheb Phalke Award, was bestowed on her in 1989 by the Government of India. She is the second vocalist, after M. S. Subbulakshmi, to have ever been awarded the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honour.

Singing career

Early career in the 1940s

In 1942, when Mangeshkar was 13, her father died of heart disease. Master Vinayak (Vinayak Damodar Karnataki), the owner of Navyug Chitrapat movie company and a close friend of the Mangeshkar family, took care of them. He helped Lata get started in a career as a singer and actress.Mangeshkar sang the song "Naachu Yaa Gade, Khelu Saari Mani Haus Bhaari" which was composed by Sadashivrao Nevrekar for Vasant Joglekar's Marathi movie Kiti Hasaal (1942), but the song was dropped from the final cut. Vinayak gave her a small role in Navyug Chitrapat's Marathi movie Pahili Mangalaa-gaur (1942), in which she sang "Natali Chaitraachi Navalaai" which was composed by Dada Chandekar.[6] Her first Hindi song was "Mata Ek Sapoot Ki Duniya Badal De Tu" for the Marathi film, Gajaabhaau (1943).Mangeshkar moved to Mumbai in 1945 when Master Vinayak's company moved its headquarters there. She started taking lessons in Hindustani classical music from Ustad Amanat Ali Khan. She sang “Paa Lagoon Kar Jori” for Vasant Joglekar's Hindi-language movie Aap Ki Seva Mein (1946),[6] which was composed by Datta Davjekar. The dance in the film was performed by Rohini Bhate who later became a famous classical dancer. Mangeshkar and her sister Asha played minor roles in Vinayak's first Hindi-language movie, Badi Maa (1945). In that movie, Lata also sang a bhajan, "Maata Tere Charnon Mein." She was introduced to music director Vasant Desai during the recording of Vinayak's second Hindi-language movie, Subhadra (1946).Following the partition of India in 1947, Ustad Amanat Ali Khan migrated to newly formed Pakistan, so Mangeshkar started to learn classical music under Amanat Khan Devaswale, the nephew of Rajab Ali Khan. Pandit Tulsidas Sharma, a pupil of Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, also trained her.After Vinayak's death in 1948, music director Ghulam Haider mentored her as a singer. He introduced Mangeshkar to producer Sashadhar Mukherjee,   who was working then on the movie Shaheed (1948), but Mukherjee dismissed Mangeshkar's voice as "too thin".[6] An annoyed Haider responded that in coming years producers and directors would "fall at Lata's feet" and "beg her" to sing in their movies. Haider   gave Lata her first major break with the song "Dil Mera Toda, Mujhe Kahin Ka Na Chhora"—lyrics by Nazim Panipati—from the movie Majboor (1948), which became her first big breakthrough film hit. In an interview on her 84th birthday, in September 2013, Lata herself declared, "Ghulam Haider is truly my Godfather. He was the first music director who showed complete faith in my talent."Initially, Mangeshkar is said to have imitated the acclaimed singer Noor Jehan, but later she developed her own style of singing.[6] Lyrics of songs in Hindi movies are primarily composed by Urdu poets and contain a higher proportion of Urdu words, including the dialogue. Actor Dilip Kumar once made a mildly disapproving remark about Mangeshkar's Maharashtrian accent while singing Hindi/Urdu songs; so for a period of time, Lata took lessons in Urdu from an Urdu teacher named Shafi.One of her first major hits was "Aayega Aanewaala," a song in the movie Mahal (1949), composed by music director Khemchand Prakash and lip-synced on screen by actress Madhubala.

Record Details


Mukesh & Lata Mangeshkar - A Tribute To Mukesh By  Lata Mangeshkar - ECSD 5532-33


Mukesh & Lata Mangehkar

Releasing Year



Sachin Dev Burman, Shankar Jaikishan, Madan Mohan, Laxmikant Pyarelal, Naushad, Khayyaam, Dattaram, Roshan, Rahul Dev Burman, Sardar Malik & Anil Biswas


Sahir Ludhianvi, Shailendra, Raja Mehndi Ali Khan, Anand Bakshi, Shakeel Badayuni, Hasrat Jaipuri, Indiwar, Gulzar, Bharat Vyas & Ah Sitapuri


Film Hits






Tabla & Dholak


Ramakant Mhapsekar & Narain Naidu

Made In



The Gramophone Company Of India Limited.

Serial No

ECSD 5532-33

Side One

  • A TributeTo Mukesh By Lata Mangeshkar
  • Tum Na Jane Kis Jahan Men (Film-Sazaa)

 Lata Mangeshkar

  • Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai (Film-Jis Desh Mein ganga Behti Hai)


  • Lag Ja Gale Se (Film-Woh Kon Thi)

 Lata Mangeshkar

  • Sawan Ka Mahina (Film-Milan)

 Mukesh &  Lata Mangeshkar

Side Two


  • Mera Joota Hai Japani (Film-Shree 420)


  • Mohe Bhool Gaya Sanwariya (Film-Baiju Bawra)

 Lata Mangeshkar

  • Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein Khyal Aata Hai (Film-Kabhi Kabhi)

 Mukesh &  Lata Mangeshkar

  • Jaane Kahan Gaya Wo Din (Film-Mera Naam Joker)


  • Aap ki Nazron Ne Samjha (Film-Anpadh)

 Lata Mangeshkar

Side Three


  • Aaj Phir Jeene Ki Tamanna Hai (Film-Guide)

 Lata Mangeshkar

  • Ansoo Bhari Hain (Film-Parvarish)


  • Jo Wada Kiya (Film-Taj Mehal)

 Lata Mangeshkar

  • Awaara Hoon (Film-Awaara)


  • Bade Armanon Se (Film-Malhar)

 Lata Mangeshkar & Mukesh

Side Four


  • Ye Mera Diwanapan Hai (Film-Yahudi)


  • Tere Bina Zindagi Se (Film-Aandhi)

 Lata Mangeshkar

  • Saranga Teri Yaad Men (Film-Saranga)


  • Aaja Re (Film-Aah) 

 Lata Mangeshkar & Mukesh

  • Dil Jalta Hai To Jalne De (Film-Pehli Nazar)




12 Inches


33 RPM

Record Condition


Cover Condition 


Artist - 1 Ramakant Mhapsekar
Artist - 2 Narain Naidu
Instrument - 1 Tabla
Instrument - 2 Dholak
Lyrics - 1 Sahir Ludhianvi
Lyrics - 2 Shjailendra
Lyrics - 3 Raja Mehndi Ali Khan
Lyrics - 4 Anand Bakshi
Lyrics - 5 Shakeel Badayuni
Lyrics - 6 Hasrat Jaipuri
Lyrics - 7 Indiwar
Lyrics - 8 Gulzar
Lyrics - 9 Bharat Vyas
Lyrics - 10 Ah Sitapuri
Music - 1 Sachin Dev Burman
Music - 2 Shankar
Music - 3 Jaikishan
Music - 4 Madan Mohan
Music - 5 Laxmikant
Music - 6 Pyarelal
Music - 7 Naushad
Music - 8 Khayyaam
Music - 9 Dattram,
Music - 10 Roshan
Music - 11 Rahul Dev Burman
Music - 12 Sardar Malik
Music - 13 Anil Biswas
Record 1
Record1 - Side1 - Song1 A Trinute to Mukesh by lata Mangeshkar
Record1 - Side1 - Song2 Tum Na Jane Kis Jahan Men (Film-Sazaa)
Record1 - Side1 - Song3 Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai (Film-Jis Desh Mein ganga Behti Hai)
Record1 - Side1 - Song4 Lag Ja Gale Se (Film-Woh Kon Thi)
Record1 - Side1 - Song5 Sawan Ka Mahina (Film-Milan)
Record1 - Side2 - Song1 Mera Joota Hai Japani (Film-Shree 420)
Record1 - Side2 - Song2 Mohe Bhool Gaya Sanwariya (Film-Baiju Bawra)
Record1 - Side2 - Song3 Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein Khyal Aata Hai (Film-Kabhi Kabhi)
Record1 - Side2 - Song4 Jaane Kahan Gaya Wo Din (Film-Mera Naam Joker)
Record1 - Side2 - Song5 Aap ki Nazron Ne Samjha (Film-Anpadh)
Record 2
Record2 - Side1 - Song1 Aaj Phir Jeene Ki Tamanna Hai (Film-Guide)
Record2 - Side1 - Song2 Ansoo Bhari Hain (Film-Parvarish)
Record2 - Side1 - Song3 Jo Wada Kiya (Film-Taj Mehal)
Record2 - Side1 - Song4 Awaara Hoon (Film-Awaara)
Record2 - Side1 - Song5 Bade Armanon Se (Film-Malhar)
Record2 - Side2 - Song1 Ye Mera Diwanapan Hai (Film-Yahudi)
Record2 - Side2 - Song2 Tere Bina Zindagi Se (Film-Aandhi)
Record2 - Side2 - Song3 Saranga Teri Yaad Men (Film-Saranga)
Record2 - Side2 - Song4 Aaja Re (Film-Aah)
Record2 - Side2 - Song5 Dil Jalta Hai To Jalne De (Film-Pehli Nazar)
Record Details
Genre Film Hits
Label HMV
Language Hindi
Releasing Year 1977
Size 12 Inches
Speed 33 RPM
Singer - 1 Mukesh
Singer - 2 Lata Mangehkar

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