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A tribute to Mhd.Rafi my favourite singer. 22 August, 2008

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1. Dinesh Babu - 22 August, 2008

It is a very nice song and you sang it well. Bollywood doesn’t give great songs like these anymore. a lot of the new ones just fall into one ear of mine and escape through other. Rarely a few of them catches me like Fanaa or Taare Zameen par.

Dinesh B- Thanks. The 1950s-60s were the golden era of bollywood music. 🙂 – Rahul

2. sakhi - 22 August, 2008

😦 😦 again its block here! i will have to check it later! *double sad face*

Sakhi- 😦 😦 😦 😦 – Rahul *four sad face*

3. arvind - 25 August, 2008

dude..u got a nice voice..
very good idea indeed to pay tribute … 😉
man how about trying an instrumental in the background 😛
😀

4. Abhinav Bhardwaj - 1 September, 2008

are todu yaar… mast awaaz hai!!!

i voice is so awesome that it don’t require any instrumental

ABHINAV – THANK U! 🙂 🙂

5. Sakhi - 1 September, 2008

hey where are you dude? No new post for sooooooo long? 😦

Sakhi – I am back 🙂 was ill 😦

6. spsyed - 12 May, 2009

The great singer Mohammed Rafi, 24 Dec 1924 – 31 July 1980, still continues to entertain millions of people around the world every day and night. That continues to make Rafi’s time-tested heritage unique, his perfect voice evergreen, and his incomparable legacy immortal. He was above religious, race, cast, sect, political, national and even commercial differences. He politely refused to imitate other singers in case they get offended. “Kehta hai koi dil gaya, dil bar gaya. Sahil hai pukarta, samandar chala gaya. Jo baat sach hai kehta nahin koi, keh es dunya se museeqi ka payambar chala gaya,” according to one tribute to Rafi sahib by the great lyricist Gulzar. Undeniably, that sums up the late great singer Mohammed Rafi and the immense respect that he deserves. So, is it fair to compare him with others, alive or dead? As an old Rafi-family friend/fan, and neighbour in London, for over 50 years, I am honoured to have met the most humble, modest, generous, kind, trustworthy and honest man. Some of his best songs are available subscription free at http://www.youtube.com/spsyed – a website dedicated to the entertainers and their fans. Enjoy, comment, rate, provide feedback, subscribe, join as friends, and share it far and wide.


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