What was the last song you listened to?

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I was just going through some old CDs and came across an Abrar ul Haq classic - Jagga.

Those were the days when Abrar was a class act.

So, what was the last song you just listened to and what was it like?
 
ddlj- tujhe dekha to yai

2pac and kurupt- still ballin
 
Dum Dum Ali Ali - Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (Magic Touch mixed by Bally Sagoo)

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan still sounds as fresh as he was some ten years to twelve years ago, I am going through my OLD SCHOOL music period and am digging out tracks from Bally Sagoo, Nusrat, Abrar, Sajjad Ali, Hadiqa Kiyani etc.
 
Listening to it now, on MP3, oughtn't to really, should be working but in a melancholy spirit - watched Geo news this morning, disturbance in Lahore. Anyway, the song is a really old one, one of my father's favourites from an old Bollywood movie Jaal, sung by Mohd Rafi, the singer with the best, sexiest male voice ever. The song:

Akela hoon mein humsafar dhoondtha hoon
Mohobaath ke mehrehey guzaar dhoondtha hoon
Akela hoon mein humsafar dhoondtha hoon
Mohobaath ke mehrehey guzaar dhoondtha hoon

Kisi ko mein shaamo, saher dhoondtha hoon
Akela hoon mein humsafar dhoondtha hoon
Mohobaath ke mehrehey guzaar dhoondtha hoon

Yeh mehkee hui raath kithnee huseen hai
Magar merey pehloo mein koi naheen hai
Mohabath buree ek nazaar dhoondtha hoon

Meirey dil mein aja nigahon mein aja
Mohabat kee rungeen rahon mein aja
Thujhee ko mein orr, bekhubar dhoondtha hoon

Kidhar jaoon veeran hain meiree rahein
Kissee ko na apna sukeen meiree ahein
Mein ahon mein apnee assar dhoontha hoon

Akela hoon mein humsafar dhoondtha hoon
Mohobaath ke mehrehey guzaar dhoondtha hoon

Kisi ko mein shaamo, saher dhoondtha hoon
Akela hoon mein humsafar dhoondtha hoon
Mohobaath ke mehrehey guzaar dhoondtha hoon
 
Bitter Sweet Symphony by the Verve. Love that song - 9/10
 
Tarap Tarap by Mohammad Irfan Ali (Star Voice of India contestent) from some Bollywood movie
 
Pakistani tigers said:
Sami Yusuf's Asma Allah

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_Zt7TDNICI

This will make you cry. This man is blessed with a voice! Mashallah. I have had the pleasure of meeting him and he is so humble and so clean. There is an aura about him; a noor as we say!

God bless him and us all in these difficult times.


Sami Yusuf has a great voice - love his "Teacher" song, about the Prophet.
 
filosofee said:
Sami Yusuf has a great voice - love his "Teacher" song, about the Prophet.

Same here...... Even "Hasbi Rabbi" is a great song......
 
Vanjara by Hans Raj Hans.

Nice punjabi song by one of the better Punjabi artists of today.
 
free bird -lynard skynard

lynard skynard and doors are two bands I don mind listening any time of the day !
 
"Mein agar kahoon" from film Om Shanti Om. It´s beatiful song, Saj Bhai. Well sung by Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghoshal (my weakness that I love ;-) ).

Listen to it here:
mainagarkahoon-omshantiom.mp3 - 8.29MB

You will definately like it.
 
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yh i got there album it is ok there sati re song is very good

last song - sati re by jal
 
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I recently listened to Bruce Springsteen's recent album Magic. As is typical of Springsteen it is, in the words of one newspaper reviewer of the album, "superbly balanced between the joy of a big rock sound and the troubles of the age." Springsteen is one of the few who "can perform the marriage of sophistication and ordinariness or hymn everyday joys and tragedies with nuance."
 
Like a Rolling Stone - Bob Dylan

I don't think a song by Dylan needs an explanation to what it's like, but if one must then I'd say this song will transcend the ages.
 
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sehsan said:
from where?


when i say album, i mean a few of the songs... but i got em of limewire...really good songs here are some of the

ja rule- free.
ja rule ft game - sunset.
ja rule - body.

im gona check if there is any other songs on there now.
 
uchiyan majajan- jawad ahmed

Nice song. Always brings a smile to my face.
 
Being fortunate enough to be blessed with 2 stunning children, the only thing I seem to listen to is nursery rhymes....long live London Bridge is falling down
 
What are some of NFAK's bests?

And some new, good Pakistani songs?
 
Recently came across this powerful song and video on youtube that deals with 9/11, Iraq etc...

It's by Serj Tankian a Lebanese/Armenian rocker and champion for human rights and justice.

Check it out ... note - play close attention to everything in the video - it all has a meaning.

Here is the link -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZSKvSz1roQ
 
Tera Gham Mera Gham - from the film Gulam e Mustafa (1997)

beautiful track
 
kashif77 said:
Recently came across this powerful song and video on youtube that deals with 9/11, Iraq etc...

It's by Serj Tankian a Lebanese/Armenian rocker and champion for human rights and justice.

Check it out ... note - play close attention to everything in the video - it all has a meaning.

Here is the link -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZSKvSz1roQ
Ah, yeah. Hes the lead singer for the band System of a Down - as far as hard rock/metal front men go, hes quite brilliant.
 
Muzy said:
Tera Gham Mera Gham

Ek jaisa sanam, hum dono ki eik kahani, aaja lagja galey dil-o-jaani:p :D..........






















That same song :p ?????

I hope you know I´m just joking, nothing else!!! Otherwise, even I fear the Muzy-wrath :9: :9: ........
 
iZeeshan said:
What are some of NFAK's bests?

And some new, good Pakistani songs?

NFAKs best - this list is obviously quite subjective:

Tum Ek Gorak Danda Ho
Allah Hu
Sanu Ek Pal Chain
Akhian Udeek Diyan
Kinna Sohna Tenu Rab

Other Hardcore NFAK Qawwalies include 'Man Kunto Maula', 'Haq Ali Ali' and 'Ni Man Jana Jogee De Naal'...although I could go on all day.

New Pakistani songs - check out Jals Dil Harey
 
DHONI183 said:
Ek jaisa sanam, hum dono ki eik kahani, aaja lagja galey dil-o-jaani:p :D..........



That same song :p ?????

I hope you know I´m just joking, nothing else!!! Otherwise, even I fear the Muzy-wrath :9: :9: ........


yes this is that song, i love classic songs like these i can just drift away in my thoughts and find peace

don't worry i know your joking :19: i wont bite haha :23:
 
Dharti ke khuda...perfect song about the terrible situation of pakistan

Tum ne bhi suni yahan kahi gayi kaisi kaisi baatein
Tum ne bhi sune yahan kiye gaye kaise kaise waade
Jhooti thi sabhi yahan kahi gayi khushion ki jo baatein
Jhoote the sabhi yahan kiye gaye logon se jo waade

Dharti ke Khuda, bante hai yahan
In ko bhi zara, koyi de sazaa

Mohron ki tara kabhi chala rahe hote hein wo humko
Paani ki tara kabhi baha rahe hote hein wo humko
Shamon ki tara kabhi jala rahe hote hein wo humko
Lamhon ki tarah kabhi gawa rahe hote hein wo humko

Dharti ke Khuda, bante hai yahan
In ko bhi zara, koyi de sazaa

Woh sitamgar hain unhe kyaa jiyeen ya marhein
Ho sitam jo bhi usse hum gawara karein
Woh yahi chahein ke dam hum unhi ka bharein
Hum jhukein aagay unhi ke unhi se darrein

Raate hein sabhi yahan kabhi nahin jayenge woh jaise
Katte hain jawan koi saza nahin paayenge woh jaise
Un se ye kaho yahan chale gaye kaise kaise aake

Dharti ke Khuda, bante hai yahan
In ko bhi zara, koyi de sazaa

Dharti ke Khuda, bante hai yahan
In ko bhi zara, koyi de sazaa

Dharti ke Khuda, inko do sazaa
Dharti ke Khuda, inko do sazaa
Dharti ke Khuda, karte hain jaffaa
Dharti ke Khuda, inko do sazaa

Dharti ke Khuda
 
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Muzy said:
yes this is that song, i love classic songs like these i can just drift away in my thoughts and find peace

But such an old song, Muzy????

But again, even I like to listen some old songs when am in sad or romantic mood :25: :25: ...........


Muzy said:
don't worry i know your joking :19: i wont bite haha :23:

Thank God! I survived the Muzy-wrath :| :boom: .........
 
I havent listened to a song for over 6-7 weeks (way before Ramadhan).

I'm getting old. I gave away my MP3 player last year. My mobile has a 2GB capacity - and its totally empty.
 
Saj said:
I was just going through some old CDs and came across an Abrar ul Haq classic - Jagga.

Those were the days when Abrar was a class act.

So, what was the last song you just listened to and what was it like?
\you mean to say nowadays he isnt?
 
Oxy said:
I havent listened to a song for over 6-7 weeks (way before Ramadhan).

I'm getting old. I gave away my MP3 player last year. My mobile has a 2GB capacity - and its totally empty.
for the oldies like you, Saj and MIG a classic Pakistani movie song.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBg_m8TLUjY&feature=related
I don't know when this was taped and I barely remember her looks from black & white TV. A beautiful voice then and still. The links for the original movie song is on the page (Rani??? and Waheed Murad). Plus all the songs in the Pink Sari are very good. Plus her Dama Dam Mast Qalandar (no video) is wonderful. There is also a saregma London 1999 clip and she is singing a Bengali song
I am guessing that she moved out of Pakistan in 70s.
 
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To Phir Aoo- Roxen (Pakistani Band) - Awarapan (film)

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Plasma said:
To Phir Aoo- Roxen (Pakistani Band) - Awarapan (film)

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This is a great song. A very sad one though but well sung by Mustafa :19: .
 
A beautiful, haunting track from Bollywood movie Anwar: Maula Merey Maula:

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filosofee said:
A beautiful, haunting track from Bollywood movie Anwar: Maula Merey Maula:

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I have been listening to this song since last year and find it a great song. Whenever I listen to it, it just........ :9: :9: :9: :9: :9: :9: ................
 
Saj said:
I was just going through some old CDs and came across an Abrar ul Haq classic - Jagga.

Those were the days when Abrar was a class act.

So, what was the last song you just listened to and what was it like?
Abrar is like the Mohammad Sami of music. The quality of his songs have gone down with each album.

Anyways, I'm listening to NFAK - Sanwre
 
Showman said:
Abrar is like the Mohammad Sami of music. The quality of his songs have gone down with each album.

Anyways, I'm listening to NFAK - Sanwre

Abrar have sung very good songs too, but ppl listen to his fast pace songs in his new album he has very good song on Mother too
here is song about Mother
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ecs_ol1HgH4

And other songs

Sukh Dyan Neendran
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-MKqIC0fkY

Teray Rung Rung is also good number by Abrar
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ON46F2EmQGQ&feature=related
 
Sabotage by the Beastie Boys. If only all rap/hip hop sounded this good, I might actually listen to it
 
Waiting for the world to change - by John Mayer.
It's become an instant favorite, i listen to it all the time now... The lyrics are brilliant and it applies to the current situation in Pakistan as well.
 
Sparhawk said:
Waiting for the world to change - by John Mayer.
It's become an instant favorite, i listen to it all the time now... The lyrics are brilliant and it applies to the current situation in Pakistan as well.
More like the current situation in the World. Last song i listened to- Where is my mind by James Blunt
 
deviously~fading~away said:
More like the current situation in the World.

True, but it made me think about Pakistan, when your own country is in such turmoil its hard to think about the rest of the world.
 
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