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Comments on song "Aan Milo Aan Milo Shyaam Saanvare"
V. Siddhartha on November 02, 2009
The bansuri and the percussion sounds make this minstrel song exude the
fragrance of Bengali soil. On the vocal front, who else but Geeta Dutt and
Manna Dey could have transferred the charm of the baul tradition into this
Hindi song? Great to see it back. Thanks, Suhanee.
anamika1roy on March 06, 2010
One of the two song I consider eternal the other one is "Phaili hui hain
sapanon ki bahen". Common among them is Sahir. The other one is composed by
SD's son RD.
mishsood on July 16, 2010
Simply awesome, pure Bhakti. Hare Krishna.
anupammax on August 26, 2010
the song is really capable of bringing tears as said in the end.
RealMusicKing on March 19, 2012
This is an Assami tune.It used to be sung by a farmer in Assam while a six year old boy used to listen to it with great passion. That kid was SD. As he grew, it remained with him & finally, he inserted Sahir's words in it & had it filmed in Devdas. Phaili Hui Hain was tuned by SD for film House No.44. RD was too little to compose in 1955. whatever RD composed was either stolen from SD,Western tunes or from other Music Directors. He himself was nothing but a draft of hot air.
rumahale on September 06, 2012
One of the learned viewers has described it as Assam tune; other learned
viewer has described it Bengali tune and that the song rendered in Baul
tradition. I agree with "chamogaa ". S D Burman drew inspiration from
Bengali folk songs; this has semblance to the song written by the poet
Jasim Uddin - Bandhu Rongila Rongila". In fact, SDBurman did render it.
This song by Manna Dey and Geeta Dutt is beautiful and to my liking. Thank
you for excellent presentation.
BeIndianatHeart on September 12, 2012
Hey I am a bit confused. As far as my knowledge of music is concerned, I consider it to be a Baul. Please can you tell me for sure is it assamese or Baul?
rumahale on September 12, 2012
I am sure that it is in "Baul" tradition. Thank you.
Ajeet Bhosle on May 05, 2013
बाप रे गीतकार की हमारी तरफ की ब्रिज भाषा पर ऎसी पकड़ गजब है, उस पर मन्ना दा
का संगीत के चरम सुर पर पहुंचना आज मैंने ठीक से पहली बार यह भजन सूना है
सोचता हूँ दिन भर कोई काम कर भी पाउँगा या नहीं, मेरी द्रष्टि में महान
भजन/गीत.अपलोड करने वाले को ह्रदय से बधाई.
Nandkishore Bagri on June 26, 2014
nice bhajan
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