The country of India has by far the largest film industry in the world, unhealthy and their Bollywood tradition, online wherein the vast majority of the films are musicals, has left a legacy of gazillions of soundtracks.

Where to begin, you ask? Thankfully, there’s some great blogs out there which cover the Bollywood soundtrack universe, such as the excellent Music From The Third Floor, but for those who don’t know where to start, this compilation of tracks from Bollywood films from the ’60s and ’70s is heaven. It’s heaven regardless, but you know what I mean –

This comp was released in the UK, in 1999, and contains as its highlight the song “Jan Pahechan Ho”, featured in the opening sequence of the film “Ghost World”.

Various Artists – “Doob Doob O Rama” CD (ZIP file)

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722 Responses to DOOB DOOB O’ RAMA

  1. Jonathan says:

    Really enjoying this! thanks..

  2. adamdugas says:

    Thanks so much for the link to Music from the Third Floor. I didn’t even know how much I needed that! So many great YouTube links and such great information. I tried to get into Bollywood before based on this same comp and others that came out at a similar time (Bollywood Breaks; Guns, Cars and Sitars), but this is a great guidebook and reference manual!

  3. Bill fold says:

    Highly recommend this one…especially Jan Pahechan Ho by Mohammad Rafi. . .It is without peer!

    There is NOTHING like it!