Monday, October 25, 2010


Wow, what great responses to my NASHE KI MAZAA (The Joy of Intoxication) compilation post (see HERE). Thank you to everyone who provided comments. The post generated some really healthy discussions, e-mails as well as suggestions for Nashe Ki Mazza Volume 2…. and 3 and 4! Therefore, if you see your suggestions are not captured here, rest assured it will be in Volume 3 or 4.

PS: Mr Naidu and Nasir Saab, your suggestions will be made available in the latter compilations…I have been too busy to rip my records but will be doing so within these couple of weeks.

I have to admit I have ‘cheated’ here a bit….there are some MP3s here as there were no records for some of the songs in this list. These would be the post 1991 songs in the compilation. The reason they made it are for their tunes and obscurity (e.g. songs 12 and 18). And I have also added two non-filmi songs, listed as bonus tracks at the end of the compilation. To break the monotony, I also included a couple of dialogues

Hope you enjoy Nashe Ki Mazaa Volume 2 and I promise (well I’ll try anyway) Nashe Ki Mazaa Volume 3 and 4 will be just as entertaining if not better. So watch this space.

Nashe Ki Mazaa [Volume 2] 2010 – A Compilation of Intoxicating Music

1. Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai (Kati Patang 1970) – Kishore Kumar

2. Too Pee Aur Jee (Des Pardes 1978) – Kishore Kumar

3. Apne Dil Men Jagah Dijije (Hawas 1974) – Asha Bhosle

4. Aao Huzoor Tumko (Kismat 1968) – Asha Bhosle

5. Baagh Men Phool (Night In London 1967)^ – Lata Mangeshkar and Mohd Rafi

6. Abhi Toh Haath Men Jaam Hai (Seeta Aur Geeta 1972)^ – Manna Dey

7. Dialogue Dharmendra Drunk (Seeta Aur Geeta 1972) – Dharmendra and Hema Malini

8. Na Jao Saiyan Chhod Ke Baiyan (Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam 1962)# – Geeta Dutt

9. Hoon Abhi Main Jawaan Aye Dil (Aar Paar1954)§ – Geeta Dutt

10. Yeh Jo Halka Halka (Souten Ki Beti 1989)* – Kishore Kumar and Anuradha Paudwal

11. Nadiya Se Dariya (Namaak Haraam 1973)+ – Kishore Kumar

12. Hum Ko Hone De Sharabi (Koi Kisise Kum Nahin 1997) – Kumar Sanu and Abhijeet Bhattacharya

13. Teri Meri Yaari Badi Puraani (Charitraheen 1974)§ – Asha Bhosle

14. My Name is Anthony Gonsalves (Amar Akbar Anthony 1977)Ω – Kishore Kumar and Amitabh Bachchan

15. Dialogue Drunk Amitabh Talks To Mirror (Amar Akbar Anthony 1977) – Amitabh Bachchan

16. Din Dhal Jaye Haye (Guide 1965)# – Mohd Rafi

17. Ai Mere Dil (Daag 1952) – Talat Mahmood

18. Do Ghoont Pila De Sakhiya (Kala Suraj 1985) – Narendra Chancal

19. Hum Bekhudi Mein Tumko (Kala Pani 1958)# – Mohd Rafi

20. Hai Duniya Usiki Zamana Usika (Kashmir Ki Kali 1964)# – Mohd Rafi

21. Bonus Track: Thodi Thodi Piya Karo (Pankaj Udhas Signature Collection 2009) – Pankaj Udhas

22. Bonus Track: Paani Sharaab Mein (Paani Sharaab Mein 2002) – Arvinder Singh


* suggested by B Seshadri

# suggested by Dusted Off

^ suggested by Bollywood Deewana

§ suggested by Shalini

Ω suggested by Ava

+ suggested by Harry K



Anonymous said...

Veen, appreciate your efforts in putting up this collection. I know how much of time it consumes. Also, you had to keep in mind other friends' suggestions. Great work and Thanks a lot.

I am not sure if song 14 qualifies to be in this collection.

Warm Regds / Babu

Nasir said...

I am not qualified to comment Veen, in view of the problem that I had narrated to you. However, looking at the list you have great songs. A couple are unknown to me, since they are of recent origins (to me recent means the 90's).

Since,you have also included dialogues that precede a song, I wonder if you added it in DIN DHAL JAAYE.... I still remember this one though not in exact words:


LOL... The scene there was so realistic and the song so relevant!

I agree with Anonymous regarding his comment on Song 14. Same is the position regarding 17 because though DAAG is primarily about drinks and its evils, the song is picturized on Dilip Kumar who is just walking back home over the plains.

All said and done, a great compilation Veen.

Anonymous said...

Oh, good list! :-) I have to admit to being able to recognise only some of them (thank you for the credit you've given me, by the way - always glad to be of help!)... but am looking forward to exploring the songs I don't know of, yet.

Mister Naidu said...

Excellent compilation. I also can appreciate the time and effort it took for you to put this together. Thanks. The placement of the songs seems well thought out as they flow nicely from one to the next. These songs are so intoxicatingly good maybe you should put a warning on the CD - Not to be listened to while driving. :D

Its hard to pick a favorite, but mine would be track 1 - "Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai." A song by RD and Kishore is always a good way to begin. I also like the 2 bonus songs. Both are nice additions to the compilation.

Thanks again, Veen..and Cheers!

Veen said...

Thanks Babu. Glad you appreciate it.Oophs about #14. It was a request.

Darn Nasir Saab, I forgot about that dialogue in Guide. Would have been a great one to add. Oh well.

And yes, I knew what you meant about recent. Anything that is post 1990's is considered new in the vinyl world too.

I added those songs to break the monotony and also, for 'new' music, they weren't that bad...

Veen said...

Hi Madhu, you are welcome and I hope you like the songs. And once gain, thank you too for the inspiration and song list.

Mr Naidu, LOL, good one.

Maybe I should add the caveat..."the author takes no responsibility for any bouts of crying, excessive laughter or random declarations of love as a result from listening to this music!!!" :O

Mister Naidu said...

Veen, lol, I like your warning better than mine.

One more thing. I must say that I love the cover art (Bombay Sapphire) for this volume, but on your next volume maybe you can include an image of Bollywood's favorite liquor: Vat 69. :)

Here's an article about Vat 69 and Bollywood.

Veen said...

Thank Mr Naidu, Glad you like my warning.

VAT 69! Of course....what a great idea. Thank you. And there is another desi favourite, Bag Piper?? isn't it??

My masi in England sent me an advertisement once on a Scottish Whisky called "Kuch Nai". It seems someone saw the funny side of hospitality (Q: Kya peeyo gay aap? A: Kuch Nai!) and named the favourite poison of most Indians, Kuch Nai!!!

Here tis:

B Seshadri said...

Hi, Veen another good compilation though this time with some off topic songs... but you made up that with that superb Non-Filmi Thodi Thodi Piyar Karo(Pankaj Udhas). If you are looking out songs for the third compilations then here are some suggestions all by Rafi(solo/Duets) as I am huge Rafi fan

1. Mooh se mat laga cheez hai butri(Johny Walker)-1957
2. Nashe mein hum nashe mein tum (Black Cat-1959)
3. Jaam se peena hai mana(Pehli Raat-1959)
4. Duniya Sharabi Duniya Sharabi(Tangewala-1972)

Veen said...

Thank you Seshadri. I'll add those to volumes 3 and 4. I may need some help with the songs. I don't think I have the songs numbered 1 to 3. Do you???

B Seshadri said...

Veen, I have the songs and I will mail you in the weekend. Cheers