Hariharan, A. (Vocal)

Aathwan Sur - The Other Side Of Naushad

Vocals - A.Hariharan, Preeti Uttam; Lyrics and Composition by Naushad Ali; arranged by Uttam Singh. All ghazals composed by Naushad Ali. Recorded in India 1998.

ID: NRCD 0102

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1. Mujh Ko Muaff Kijiye  5:34
2. Ghata Chhaayi Thi Saawan Khul Ke Barsa  7:18
3. Saawan Kay Jab Baadal Chhaaye  6:49
4. Peenay Waalay Bekhudi Say Kaam Lay  8:13
5. Tanhaa Khud Say Baat Karoon  7:49
6. Aabadiyon Mein Dusht Ka Munzar Bhi Aayega 7:07
7. Kabhi Meri Yaad Unko Aati To Hogi  6:07
8. Aaj Ki Baat Kal Pay Kyun Taalo 6:17

Naushad Ali (1919 – 2006) was one of the foremost music directors for Bollywood films, and is particularly known for popularising the use of classical music in films. He was also a respected and published poet and formally launched his book of Urdu poetry entitled Aathwaan Sur ("The Eighth Note"). The album titled "Aathwan Sur – The Other Side of Naushad" has 8 ghazals with lyrics and composition by Naushad, arranged by Uttam Singh. Naushad was conferred the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 1982, and the Padma Bhushan in 1992.

A. Hariharan (* 1955) is a leading ghazal singer and composer as well as playback singer in several languages and one of the pioneers of Indian fusion music. In 2004, he was honoured with the Padma Shri by the Government of India. Hariharan's first guru was his mother Amamelu, a renowned Carnatic vocalist. In his teens, inspired by the songs of Mehdi Hassan and Jagjit Singh, Hariharan developed a passion for ghazals and started training in Hindustani music from Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan.