Friday, May 21, 2010


If you are feeling rather melancholy, then Mere Humsafar has the music for you. Apart from the first songs on both sides of the LP, the first, a nice Punjabi song sung so beautifully by Mukesh and Balbir Singh, and the second from the queen of Hindi dance songs Asha Bhosle, the rest of the album is filled with sweet love songs. The music in this OST is by the Kalyanji-Anandji duo and the lyrics are by Anand Bakshi.

My favourites from this album? “Kisi Rah Men Kisi Mod Par” and “Tum Hamse Mile”

FYI, most of the songs from this LP come with intro dialogues. You can quite easily cut the dialogues out of the music using music software such as Audacity (available free from the internet HERE), though I personally think it will detract from the authenticity of the album. But each to their own…

Hope you enjoy the album. Let me know what you think.

Mere Humsafar 1970: The Original Soundtrack
(EMI: ECLP 5411)

Side 1

1. Mausam Hai Baharon Ki – Mahendra Kapoor, Balbir and Chorus

2. Kisi Rah Men Kisi Mod Par – Lata Mangeshkar and Mukesh

3. Title Music – Instrumental

Side 2

1. Mar Gai Mit Gai – Asha Bhosle

2. Mera Pardesi Na Aaya – Lata Mangeshkar

3. Tum Hamse Mile – Lata Mangeshkar

Veen’s rating: 3.5 stars

NB: Track 3 of Side 2 should actually read “Tum Hamse Mila” instead of “Tum Hamse Mile”. Obviously a typo on the album cover. But I have left it as it is.

Get the music HERE.



Anonymous said...

Thanks Veen for another great upload. I agree with your choice of Kisi Raha Mein being the best of the lot.

Regds / Babu

Veen said...

Thank you Babu. Glad you like the song too. Watch this space; new upload coming up!

memsaab said...

Thank you Veen!!! Much appreciated :)

Veen said...

You are welcome memsaab. New post out this arvo.

Asli Jat said...

Thanks for this, however I get an error saying that the song 'Mausam Hai Baharon Ki' is broken.

Any ideas about this ?

Keep up the good work.

Veen said...

Hi AJ, No idea why but I will check.

Veen said...

Hi AJ, I have reloaded the album. The link is on the post page.

Asli Jat said...

Thanks Veen it worked that time.

There was quite a build up to the song with the dramatic dialogue before it starts ..., sounds like truck drivers (?)

Veen said...

Hi AJ, yes they were truckies. Some badies were after Sharmila Tagore and she sought refuge with Jeetendra and his truckie mates.

Veen said...

Yes AJ, they are truck drivers. Sharmila Tagore is being pursued by some baddies and Jeetendra with his fellow truckie friends are harbouring her from the ruffians.