8 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Composer R. D. Burman and lyricist Gulshan Bawra produced the music to accompany Satte Pe Satta, a Bollywood remake of the American musical Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. The record features ensemble pieces throughout, including the musical theatre refrains of "Jhuka Ke Sar Ko Puchho", and "Mausam Mastana", performed by Asha Bhosle, Dilraj Kaur and Annette Pinto. A particular highlight is "Zindagi Milke Bitayenge", an anthem based on "The Longest Day March" from the 1962 war film of the same name, which stirs with mournful vocals and saxophone strains.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Composer R. D. Burman and lyricist Gulshan Bawra produced the music to accompany Satte Pe Satta, a Bollywood remake of the American musical Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. The record features ensemble pieces throughout, including the musical theatre refrains of "Jhuka Ke Sar Ko Puchho", and "Mausam Mastana", performed by Asha Bhosle, Dilraj Kaur and Annette Pinto. A particular highlight is "Zindagi Milke Bitayenge", an anthem based on "The Longest Day March" from the 1962 war film of the same name, which stirs with mournful vocals and saxophone strains.

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