Saturday, March 28, 2009

Post 581 : Music 49 : Kate Nahin Raat – Ustad Sultan Khan (from album Bhoomi)

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Facts

1. Bhoomi is a 2000 album of Indian fusion.
2. Ustad Sultan Khan is a sarangi maestro – and sarangi is my favorite instrument – its melancholy is beyond compare.
3. Ustad Sultan Khan sings as good, if not better than he plays Sarangi.
4. “Kate Nahin Raat” is the first song of the album.

We used to listen this song @ MyZus, a company close to my heart.

Heatrd this again, after almost 3 years. Heard it on repeat for over 5 times.

Has to be one of the most palatable classical songs for the “regular” junta. In one word it is brilliant.

Ustad’s vocals are awesome, absolutely right amount of soz’ (melancholy) in it. Ustadji take a bow. You have made a definite impact in my life. (Hear Albela Sajan from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam).

(kate naahin raat mori, piya tore kaaran kaaran
piya tore kaaran kaaran) - 2

(kaale kaale baadal chhaaye
dekh dekh ji lalchaaye) - 2
(kaisi aanu paas pihaa re
dur gaye more saajan) - 2
dur gaye more saajan
kate naahin raat mori, piya tore kaaran kaaran
piya tore kaaran kaaran

(bheega bheega mausam aaya
piya ka sandesa laaya) - 2
(mannva ko chain na aaye
?? hain more naina) - 2
?? hain more naina
(kate naahin raat mori, piya tore kaaran kaaran
piya tore kaaran kaaran) - 2
piya tore kaaran kaaran - 2

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

i heard it after forever, and googled it up on a whim. makes me want to cry...you are spot on re: the melancholy.

IG said...

plz give link to utube video or mp3 for this mesmerising song