|Talat Mahmood – In A Blue Mood – 3AEX 5224 – (Condition 85-90%) – Angel First Pressing – LP Record|
|Talat Mahmood (Hindi: तलत महमूद, Urdu: طلعت محمود) (February 1924 – 9 May 1998) is considered one of the greatest male non-classical and semi-classical singers of Indian sub-continent who conquered innumerable hearts and stirred countless souls with his beautifully soft silken voice and profoundly artistic subtle method of singing. He was a born singer with an intuitive sense of beauty, charm and grace. He was truly a legendary Indian playback singer. Although he tried his luck as a film actor, he couldn’t succeed a great deal in acting. He had a good sense of acting, but the public of his day was more interested in listening to him than seeing him on the silver screen alongside the likes of, the infinitely sublime, Dilip Kumar, the elegant, Ashok Kumar, the charming, Raj Kapoor, and the stylish, Dev Anand.
Talat received Padma Bhushan in 1992, in recognition of his profound artistic contributions in the spheres of cinematic and ghazal music. he had a unique, elegant and profoundly artistic style of singing. Talat was a very gifted singer in every sense. He was particularly famous for singing soft and sombre semi-classical and non-classical ghazals, but the film songs sung by him are also considered critically flawless and outstanding. Although Talat’s typical genre was Ghazal, but he was an astoundingly brilliant film singer who sung innumerable fantastic film songs. Romantic and tragic were the moods, he liked most and it was him who helped a great deal in shaping the style and method of modern ghazal singing. He can honestly be described as the real founder of modern semi-classical and non-classical ghazal. During the 1950s and 60s, Talat used to be the first choice of the high-brow literary and artistic community of Indian sub-continent, especially Urdu-speaking community. Even, his cancelled songs were immensely popular among them. No other singer had such intellectually high-class and learned audience at the time. Talat’s voice has often been described as the softest male voice of Indian sub-continent, not only this, but his voice is also considered among the most soulful male voices ever heard in the Indian sub-continent.
It is often said that Talat Mehmood is the name of a very valuable acquired taste, once one developed it, he would never seize to love and cherish it, and would grow fonder and fonder of it for the rest of his life. Talat’s lovably artistic singing keeps evoking in him a better and better aesthetic sense and the faculty of recognizing beauty, even in its subtlest forms, it makes him capable of extracting aesthetic pleasure, even in its most unfamiliar disguises, as he listens to him over a period of time.
|Title||Talat Mahmood (In A Blue Mood) – 3AEX 5224|
|Music||Sajjad, Roshan, Shankar jaikishan, Sardar malik, Babul, Khayyam, Madan Mohan, Salil Chowdhury & Jaidev|
|Lyrics||Rajendra Krishan, Satyendra, Shailendra, Majaz, Shakeel Badayuni, Ali Sardar Jafri, Majrooh Sultanpuri, Raja Mehdi Ali Khan & Nyaya Sharma.|
|Label||Angel First Pressing|
|Manufacture||The Gramophone Company Of India Limited|
|Serial No.||3AEX 5224|
|· Ye Hawa Ye Raat (Sangdil)||Talat Mahmood|
|· Main Dil Hun Ek Armaan Bhara (Anhonee)||Talat Mahmood|
|· Hain Sub Se Madhur Wo Geet (Patita)||Talat Mahmood|
|· Ae Gham-E-Dil (Thokar)||Talat Mahmood|
|· Husn Walon Ko (Babul)||Talat Mahmood|
|· Sham-E-Gham Ki Qasam (Footh Path)||Talat Mahmood|
|· Mari Yaad Men (Madhosh)||Talat Mahmood|
|· Ansu Samajh Ke (Chhaya)||Talat Mahmood|
|· Dekh Li Teri Khudai (kinare Kinare)||Talat Mahmood|
|· Raat Ne Kya Kya (Ek Gaon Ki Kahani)||Talat Mahmood|
|· Hum Se Aaya Na Gaya (Dekh Kabira Roya)||Talat Mahmood|
|· Main pagal Mera Manwa pagal (Ashiana)||Talat Mahmood|
|Dimensions||33 × 33 × 2.54 in|
Babul, Jaidev, Khayyam, Madan Mohan, Roshan, Sajjad, Salil Chowdhury, Sardar Malik, Shankar Jaikishan
Ali Sardar Jaffri, Majaz, Majrooh Sultanpuri, Nyaya Sharma, Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, Satyendra, Shailendra, Shakeel Badayuni
|Album Releasing year||
Angel First Pressing
Near Mint Used – 90-95%
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