Nothing like songs of the sixties and seventies. Right? Where have all the good composers gone?
Asked by gem mina, 31 Dec '08 06:53 pm
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Now everything is immersed in the music. Earlier, music was the back ground of the song. Now Song is the back ground of the music. It is all foreign style. When West is changing towards East, We East has to change to West accordingly. So all these things will happen. Even now, now and then you can hear some good songs, where music will be real back ground for the song.Answered by KRISHNAIYENGAR PITCHUMANY, 31 Dec '08 07:00 pm
Right? NO! Thankfully all the crap from the sixties and seventies is now forgotten. Only the good stuff has survived to present. In 2040 you will have the same lament - nothing like the songs from the noughties!Answered by Shahryar Pax, 31 Dec '08 10:51 pm
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Hav heard ths one-too-many timez tht the 'oldiez' were the melodiez... but realy dont think itz tht... ther are many a good compozerz evn now... agreed the style haz changed... but iznt change suppozd to be a constant???... if the songz of 60z or 70z or for tht mater ANY time were good at tht time... there are MANY songz wich are good in current gen... evry era haz a set of good talent... and cant deny it... the meaning of the songz like 'piya haaji ali'... or 'naina thag lenge'... just cant be written off... workz of a.r. rehman or ehsaan-loy-shankar or ismail darbar or pritam cant be just ignored... if ther were unforgetabl melodiez n singerz n compozerz THEN... there are many more now... voicez of mohit chauhan or nusrat fateh ali khan sahab or rekha bharadwaaj or sonu nigam cant be denied of their worth... iznt it???...if we had a kishore kumar in those dayz... we have a sonu nigam now... if we had r.d. burman then... thn we have a a.r. rehman now... the good compozers are st ...moreAnswered by hellz angel, 31 Dec '08 07:16 pm
"Old is Gold' is more apt for songs and stories of yester years. Now only sound and fury are favoured; melody is undergoing slow death. May be like other things, there will be a revival. Let us live in hope.Answered by Arakuzha Ramachandran, 31 Dec '08 06:57 pm