Other known variations
thai thai.. jaa to se nahi.n
|PV2||baavali banaa ke chhoDa||Asha||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|PV3||ek do teen chaar paa.nch chheh||Asha & Chorus||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
ke kood ke mar jaana
|Kishore & Chorus
|PV5||jhirjhir jhirjhir badarwaa barse||Lata,Hemant||-||
|Some superb gems from Salil. The Lata and Manna duet
is just incredible.
Asha's solo 'baavli banake chhoda' is one of Asha's rarest and most beautiful songs. Salil shows his love and repect to one of his mentors Beethoven in "Ek do teen". Here one can hear how he used a small part from Beethoven's "Pastoral" 6th Symphony.
The two-part Kishore song is a classic vintage Kishore. In this song he uses at least five different voices - flawlessly. I have never laughed so much listening to a song.
And of course the Lata-Hemant duet 'Jhir jhir jhirjhir' remains one of Salil's all time greats.
Antara recorded a new version of this song in Bengali with different lyrics and substantially changed interlude in 1990. Unfortunately, it comes nowhere near the Lata-Hemant original.