Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Yusef Lateef's Suite 16

Just a quick post to make sure y'all are getting your mp3s. More Yusef Lateef, this time from his album "Suite 16". The two tracks I'm including are "Buddy and Lou" and "Nocturne." They are a bit mellower than the last two from Lateef's "Detroit", but they still have strong rhythm sections.

I also wanted to say thanks to all of the folks still putting comments on the Bollywood posts, especially the fellow who posted anonymously and said he'd be able to hook me up with some RD Burman albums straight from India. Now, if you'll just leave your email addy, I'll be stoked.

Buddy and Lou by Yusef Lateef from Suite 16
Nocturne by Yusef Lateef from Suite 16


Anonymous Anonymous said...

i really like this

4:54 PM  
Blogger blogzilla said...

Dope Yusef Lateef post!!!
Don't let the lack of comments get you down...

I, for one, am really really feeling these tracks.

Keep up the awesome work, someone's gotta do it!


6:28 PM  
Blogger PS said...

its on my blog if you want it ...what other rd burman do you want ...I'm gonna make a mix up of bolly breaks that you cant get on any available comps ...keep an eye on my blog

"SHALIMAR" - R.D. Burman

Polydor India 1978.If there's one Bollywood funky soundtrack that almost everyone wants, it's Shalimar. This soundtrack is taken from a UK/USA/India co-production, a lavish affair starring Dharmendra, John Saxon and Rex Harrison. The music is excellent, hard chunky funk with massive beats, horns and wah wah. The best cut is the classic 'Baby let's dance together' and the Theme is also outstanding. Always expensive as it's in such demand .

Title Music
One Two Cha Cha Cha
Hum Bewafa Hargiz Na Thay
Countess Caper (Music)
Naag Devta
Aaina Wohi Rehta Hai Baby
Let's Dance Together
Romantic Theme (Music)
Mrea Pyar Shalimar
Hum Bewafa Hargiz Na Thay (Happy)

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