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Two different individuals doing well in their own realms gravitated towards each other with their common interest in Music. Sanjeev Aggarwal has worked with renowned Global Retail Brands in the fields of Finance, Legal and Sourcing and has travelled extensively around the world. Satinder P S Sandhu also has had a satisfying career in the Army and retired as colonel in Jan 2019. Both have a deep-rooted love for music, and especially Bollywood Music binds them well.
Sanjeev has a special liking for Madan Mohan ji and Mohd Rafi Saheb and has special interest in various genres of English Music, beside listening to Qawwalis and Ghazals. Satinder, besides loving Indian Movie music, also listen to Ghazals, Punjabi Music, Gurbani and Indian classical vocal.
The duo, sometimes in early 2017 started exploring possibilities of providing rare & quality music to music lovers and launched their maiden Vinyl Record Bollywood movie “Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayi”. LP Record of this movie was not cut earlier, so it was lapped up by music buffs and won accolades from Audiophile community. Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayi was followed by colored vinyl Record on the 50 th Anniversary Edition of “Padosan”, a cult movie featuring Sunil Dutt, Saira Bano, Mahmood & Kishore Da.
Then came Shahrukh Khan & Deepa Sahi starrer “Maya Memsaab”, which was also a 1 st time on Vinyl. The icing on the cake was the latest, Gulzar’s unreleased “Libaas” *ing Shabana & Naseeruddin Shah with RDB’s Music. Libaas has gone off the shelves in just three months with a pending demand.
Now the pair has come out with another trick out of“proverbial hat” by launching Jagjit Singh Saheb’s “VISIONS I & II” albums first time ever on vinyl. Packed in a Collector’s Edition Boxset, these 16 ghazals are yet another milestone on Saheb’s musical journey. There will be a small birthday ceremony in Delhi as organized by the duo to unveil Vision Boxset on 8 th of February 2019 on 78 th Birthday of the legend – our own Jagjit Singh Saheb.Besides the above, the duo of Sanjeev and SPS Sandhu have also made significant contribution to Universal Music in launching their 1 st four albums titles, Saagar, Sholay, Devdas (a double album vinyl set) and Bombay the musical, and all these albums were launched a couple of months ago and carry their names on the back of the albums.
The journey has just begun, and the duo are already working on their next albums and events. We wish them a very musical good luck.
Ghazal King, Jagjit Singhji, was born on the 8th of February, 1941. He is singularly credited with the revival and popularity of ghazal in the sub continent. His use of poetry relevant to ordinary people endeared him to millions bringing him super stardom in the 70s and 80s.￼The combination album with his wife Chitra comprising music from the films Arth and Saath Saath is HMV's largest selling combination album. Sajda, Jagjit Singh's magnum opus double album with Lata Mangeshkar holds the same record in the non-film category. Jagjit Singhji is considered to be the most successful ghazal singer and composer of all time. With a career spanning five decades and a repertoire comprising over 80 albums, the range and breadth of his work has been regarded as genre-defining.
He was awarded the Padma Bhushan by the government of India in 2003. In February 2014, Government of India released a set of two postal stamps in his honour.
Vinyl Studio 34 is proud to announce Jagjit Singhji's classic album Vision in a 2 record box set comprising volume I and II.A review by an ardent fan.Jagjit Singh at his most romantic!I fell in love with his voice at a very early age, and Vision was the album that started it all - back in 1991. Had heard a few of his ghazals, didnt know much about the albums, and went to a music shop and asked for one of his cassettes. I brought home Visions that day.
Have not parted with it ever since, even though the original cassette wore out, and got replaced with a CD.
The first track - ''Jhoom ke jab rindon ne pilaa di''- sets the trend. The wonderful music and the mellifluous voice wows you. Maine not so ''chupke, chupke dua di'' - for the wonder that is Jagjit Singh.
''Kisne bheege hue baalon se yeh jhatka paani'' reminds you of a lazy Sunday afternoon, of love, of playfulness.
''Na keh saaqi bahar aane ke din hai'' has great advice for young lovers.
''Kuchh na kuch to zaroor hona hai '' sings of love hoping to be requited. The lover looks forward to meet his beloved, and expects sparks to fly.
One more beautiful number is ''Aapko dekhkar dekhta reh gaya''
And is not all fun and frolic. The maestro gets serious too, and lonely - in ''Kabhi kabhi yun bhi humne apne jee ko behelaya hai''reminds you of loving and longing. One of my favourite lines from this album are in this song: ''Unse bichde barson beete, lekin aaj na jaane kyon, aangan me hanste bachon ko - bekaran dhamkaya hai''.
My favorite from this album, of course, is ''Tere nisar saquiya, jitni piyun pilaye ja'' It is wonderfully rendered, and conveys so much.
For anyone who loves ghazals, this is surely a must own. And must listen. Again, and again.
- Sukhjeet SinghVision 1 & 2 (Boxset) by Jagjit Singh
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