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L. Subramaniam - Salaam Bombay! mp3

L. Subramaniam - Salaam Bombay! mp3 Performer: L. Subramaniam
Album: Salaam Bombay!
Country: France
Released: 1988
Style: Soundtrack, Folk
Label: Musidisc
Genre: Folk / Stage
Catalog #: 119052
Size MP3: 2156 mb.
Rating: 4.0/5
Votes: 560
Record Source: CD, Compilation




Tracklist


1Escape From The Chiller Room (Film Version)2:54
2The Entry Of Solasaal1:33
3Solasaal's Theme1:01
4Chaipau Alone2:21
5Aartis For The Ganpati Festival : A Medley2:18
6Souls Of Dead Children Floating1:11
7Farewell To Manju2:25
8Chick Melody0:54
9End Credits Music3:23
10Street Children Sing A Ballad Of Lost Promises1:54
11Chaipau's Theme1:23
12Chaipau Helps Chillum Across The Tracks1:15
13Mera Naam Chin Chin Choo
Lyrics By – Qamar JalalabadiMusic By – O. P. NayyarVocals – Geeta Dutt
3:24
14Manju's Theme1:11
15The Funeral Procession4:31
16Chillum's Theme4:56
17Baba Kisses Solasaal1:21
18Escape From The Chiller Room (Original Version)2:12
19Main Titles3:21
20Chaipau Sets Fire To Solasaal's Bed1:13
21Chaipau's Theme0:56


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CDSBL 12595L. Subramaniam Salaam Bombay! (Original Soundtrack Recording) ‎(CD, Album)DRG RecordsCDSBL 12595US1988
SBL 12595L. Subramaniam Salaam Bombay! (Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(LP)DRG RecordsSBL 12595US1988
FDD 1061L. Subramaniam Salaam Bombay! ‎(LP)EPM MusiqueFDD 1061France1988
SLP-3148L. Subramaniam Salaam Bombay! ‎(LP, Album)Sonet, DRG RecordsSLP-3148Sweden1989


Credits


  • BassJerry Watts
  • Composed By, Performer, ConductorL. Subramaniam
  • DrumsRon Wagner
  • EngineerCarl Lang
  • GuitarGeorge Struntz
  • HornsErnie Watts
  • KeyboardsMark Massey
  • Other [Mridangam], Other [Ghatam] – P. Srinavasan
  • PercussionEmil Richards
  • ProducerHugh Fordin, Mitch Epstein
  • TablaShyam Kane
  • ViolinL. Subramaniam
  • VoiceVijayshree Subramaniam


Notes


Original motion picture soundtrack


Album


Subramanyam LSalaam Bombay. Salaam Bombay. Bombay is a 1988 Indian Hindi-language crime drama film, directed, co-written and co-produced by Mira Nair. The screenwriter was Nair's creative collaborator Sooni Taraporevala. This was the first feature film directed by Nair. The film depicts the daily lives of children living in slums in Bombay now Mumbai, India's largest city, as well as organized crime scenes in India. It stars Shafiq Syed, Raghuvir Yadav, Anita Kanwar, Nana Patekar, Hansa Vithal, Chanda Sharma in the lead roles. Album 1988 21 Songs. More By L. Free Your Mind. Global Fusion. India's Master Musicians. This 1998 soundtrack to the movie Salaam Bombay is a jazz fusion or, more appropriately, world fusion mix that on certain songs complements the film with its mix of jazz and more traditional Indian instruments. Where Subramaniam does succeed is on songs such as Chaipau's Theme, with its dominant bassline, Chillum's Theme, which successfully highlights his remarkable violin skills, and Escape From the Chiller Room, a haunting ethereal song that perfectly matches its title with a mournful tone. Salaam Bombay Main Titles, 03:21. The Entry of Solasaal, 01:33. Escape from the Chiller Room Film Version, 02:54. Scopri pubblicazioni, recensioni, brani, consigli, e molto altro su L. Completa la tua Collezione su L. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. Modifica edizione principale. Subramaniam Salaam Bombay Original Soundtrack Recording. Genere . Salaam Bombay - Andrew Lloyd Webber, Rahman, Original London Cast of Bombay Dreams. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Release group by L. Album Compilation. Salaam Bombay is a VERY different type of filmmaking from what they usually see, and they noticed the long, lingering shots the muted color palate and the untutored acting of the cast. I would have loved to have had more information for them about Indian culture, so I could have answered some of their more difficult questions, but I found what I could on the web. Having watched Satyajit Rays Apu Trilogy as well as Manahagar The Big City , I was eager to delve deeper into the world of Indian cinema. So I followed a recommendation from one of my film books and watched Mira Nairs 1988 film Salaam Bombay