hubsoorat marks a significant milestone in the history of music and its rendition in India. With it -- and in it -- Talat Aziz retains the very soul of the traditional and yet imbues its presentation with a contemporary new age music feel. The perfect marriage then, in 'Khubsoorat', of tradition and today's talent". "It would have been simple," muses Talat Aziz, "to take the easy way out and have lyrics penned in 'filmi' style or the music compositions to sound immediately appealing by striking too-familiar chords." It would have been easier to put together something so as to call it "fusion". Instead, Talat Aziz took the complex -- but rewarding -- way of requesting film lyricist Anand Bakshi to put a fresh perspective on paper; he asked 38-year-old experienced guitarist and keyboard player Sameer Phaterpekar to compose music which while heightening the essence of the pristine poetry would enhance the listener's sensation of timelessness through the album's sound.The refreshingly startling result -- 'Khubsoorat'. Listen to 'Khubsoorat', experience it. And please remember to give Talat Aziz your feedback on it through the enquiry form on this website.

 
 
 
  • CHAND KI TUM CHANDANI
    Lyrics : Anand Bakshi
     Music : Sameer P.

  • BARSON KI KHAMOSHI
    Lyrics : Anand Bakshi
     Music : Sameer P.

  • MEIN DARD KA DARIYA
    Lyrics : Anand Bakshi
     Music : Sameer P.

  • ZINDAGI KI IN RAHON MEIN
    Lyrics : Anand Bakshi
     Music : Sameer P.
 
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