PMB229: Return to Pakistan (Ahmed Rushdi, Azhar Hussain, Jupiters, Sachal Studios Orchestra, A.Nayyar, Noor Jehan, Strings, Tafo Brothers)

PMB229: Return to PakistanAfter far far too long, dear listener, it’s time for a long-awaited return trip to the archives of EMI Pakistan and their huge vault of cheesy space disco, electronic folk tunes and great 80s-style music from the mid 90s.

You may also enjoy our previous Pakistan inspired effort: PMB135: Mansooba Chand Asaas.

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The Music

1. Ahmed Rushdi: Bhabi Meri Bhabi (Happy) from Films: Anjuman / Umrao Jan Ada Buy on Amazon Films: Anjuman / Umrao Jan Ada - Ahmed Rushdi
2. Azhar Hussain: Sarke Sarke Jandiye from Beautiful Land (Azhar Hussain) Instrumental Buy on Amazon Beautiful Land (Azhar Hussain) Instrumental - Azhar Hussain
3. Jupiters: Sare Gidde from Super Stars – Volume No – 04 Buy on Amazon Super Stars - Volume No - 04 - Jupiters
4. Sachal Studios Orchestra: Blue Rondo a La Turk from Jazz and All That Buy on Amazon Jazz and All That - Sachal Studios Orchestra
5. A.Nayyar: Mausam Hai from Disco Dharkan Buy on Amazon Disco Dharkan - A.Nayyar
6. Noor Jehan: Disco Dildar Mera (From “Dhi Rani”) from Dhi Rani / Rustam Tey Khan Buy on Amazon Dhi Rani / Rustam Tey Khan - Noor Jehan
7. Strings: Main Hoon Tujhse from Strings Buy on Amazon
8. Tafo Brothers: Bura Honda Juwariyan Da (Instrumental) from Tafo Brothers Greatest Hits Buy on Amazon Tafo Brothers Greatest Hits - Tafo Brothers

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