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Kalyanji-Anandji - ANJANE MEIN Cabaret Dance Music (1978)
01 :18
R. D. Burman - BOND 303 Main Hoon Lilly - Asha Bhosle (1984)
04 :53
Sapan-Jagmohan - HABARI Giraffe Trapping Music (1978)
02 :54
Kalyanji-Anandji - BOMBAY 405 MILES Na Na Yeh Kya Karne Lage Ho - Hemlata (1980)
05 :00
R.D. Burman - SALAAM MEMSAAB Music (1978)
02 :17
Charanjit Singh - CHHAILLA BABU Pyar Chaiye Keh Paisa instr. (1978)
03 :48
07 06 :21
Kalyanji-Anandji - KASHISH Music Theme (1980)
02 :43
Laxmikant Pyarelal - DIL AUR DEEWAAR Yeh Dhuaan - Asha Bhosle (1979)
05 :22
Govind-Naresh - GHAMANDEE Dance Music (1981)
03 :45
Sapan Jagmohan - SISKEYAN Sote Sote Adhi Raat - Salma Agha (1983)
05 :00
R.D. Burman - THE BURNING TRAIN Title Music (1979)
03 :32
13 06 :05
The Bombay Connection: Funk From Bollywood Action Thrillers

BC 001CD BC 001CD

2015 repress!. ...1977-1984, Vol. 1. This is the first volume in a planned series of 6 CDs presenting the best, rarest and most exciting songs from the colorful history of Bollywood music, most of which are still gathering dust in Indian vaults and are unknown to the Western public. Bombay Connection Vol. 1: Funk from Bollywood Action Thrillers 1977-1984 showcases the sound of the Indian action film of the late '70s and early '80s. Under the influence of films like Shaft and Dirty Harry, a new kind of Indian action film came into being in 1970s India. To match the loud fights and fast chases, Indian composers developed an exciting brand of Bollywood funk. Wah-wah guitars, congas and funky Moogs were effortlessly blended with tablas, dhols and Indian melody lines. This album compiles 13 of the best, incredibly original Bollywood funk grooves, painting scenes of frantic chases through the back streets of Bombay, sexy seductive dances by female spies and secret plots conceived in subterranean headquarters by fake-moustached villains. The series is compiled by Bollywood connoisseur, researcher and top collector Edo Bouman, who carefully selected the songs, assuring that each of these tracks is an ear-tantalizing gem, compiled into an enjoyable, consistent listening experience. The Bombay Connection series will cover a multitude of exciting genres from the 1950s to the late '80s, including Bollywood horror, hippie psychedelics, spy flick suspense music, and stomping 1980s Indian disco. The 6-panel digipack comes with a colorful 30-page booklet containing well-researched info and a wealth of pictures. For the very first time, extensive research has been done into the history of Bollywood film music: interviews with composers and musicians have been conducted, and Bombay Connection has spared no energy or expense to locate the original stills and posters of the films. This is also the first Bollywood compilation CD to feature the Hindi song lyrics and English translations. Thus the booklet provides a wealth of information and pictures, sketching the original context in which these songs were made and enjoyed.