Mumbai, Oct 17 (UNI) Music legends Ghulam Ali and Asha Bhosle have come together after nearly two decades with their latest renditions in the soul-stirring album 'Generations'.
The album is composed by Ghulam Ali's son, Amir Ali. It is a romantic album with light romantic lyrics.
The two veterans have come together after Miraj-e-ghazal, which was made 25 years before.
Replying to a query after the launch ceremony of the music album today, Asha Bhosle said remix with the original voices is much better in place of using the other singers.
Asha said in her 65-year-old career, she had sung with many musicians and their sons, while expressing her desire to work with Aamir's son.
Both Asha and Ghulam Ali showered accolades on each other for their singing abilities. They said the radio should also play the non-filmi songs, which will obviously make them popular.
Asha said she could maintain her voice for so long as she practices everyday and keeps away from ice-cream.
Ghulam Ali, while a commenting about pop music, said, ''Pop musicians are in hurry but we are not''.
The 12 track bonanza, 'Generations' features some of the most melodious songs heard in the recent past. Lovers of the sarod and the flute will enjoy songs like 'Socho Mei Gum Kyoon Hoon' and 'Shaam Se', which is a meditative melody that exhibits the class of the two artistes rendering an intricate melody. Music videos of melodic songs like 'Naina Re', a glittering composition that befits the vocal talents of Asha Bhosle and Ghulam Ali and 'Dheere Dheere' which is a geet-numa ghazal were also launched.
Ghulam Ali's solo, 'Dil Se', is a well orchestrated ghazal that talks about the pangs of separation. 'Ek Lamhe' is a lament about lost love. 'Dil Bichadnese', a traditional Ghazal, delving into a somber mood by Asha Bhosle's is a master class in vocalising barring no-holds. 'Tore Bina' is like a breath of fresh air with a superb rhythm pattern. It is a flawless act by the veteran diva.
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