Ghulam Farid Sabri & Maqbool Ahmed Sabri with Party - Qawwal
EMI India - 3AEX 16001 - P.1977
A1 Ya sahebal jamal wa ya sayed ul bashar
- lyric: Amber Shah Warsi
A2 Aaj rang hai ae ma rang ha ri
- lyric: Hazrat Amir Khusrau
B1 Bhar do jholi meri ya Mohammed
B2 Ae khuda iltejh hai meri
- lyrics: Purnam Allahabadi
Wanted to post this for a change, Not much I have to say about it! I t is an early recording with The Sabri's, I find this one very interesting as it seems rather "filmi" and very produced and polished according to its time. Religious music definitely has a big commercial value. Here they are getting popular with the Indian market, or is it just me? Any thoughts on differences with later recordings. I find the "element" of serious strong devotion less pronounced anyhow. More trying to be entertaining in approach than satisfying any religious fervor... Hmm...
Not "wooly" enough for my tastes but pretty good music.