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THE JOY OF NFS (Song No. 10) Last song of the series

In the early 40s through the mid 60s, Radio was the only common entertainer for every household. Of course the choice of Gramophone was also there, but only few people could afford to own a gramophone. I remember, our morning used to open with melodious Bhajans from the Radio. Those days’ Mumbai Radio Station’ ( from the beginning, it was called Mumbai Radio station only-not Bombay anytime. For Hindi service it was Bambai) used to start early at 5.30 a.m. It first played Shehnai and then very sweet Bhajans, for an hour or so. That is how Juthika Roy and D.V.Paluskar’s names were etched on the memory card for ever. To listen to their bhajans was a divine experience.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

In those ” RADIO-ACTIVE” days, it was a pleasure to hear the bhajans of Paluskar.Though he was a well known classical singer, common people knew him for his wonderful Bhajans of Meerabai, Tulsidas etc during the 50s. His voice was quite familiar to the generations born after Indian independence..
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

In my younger days, I disliked the traditional classical vocal music as I had no patience to listen to a couple of verses umpteen times with longish alaaps. I used to feel that the ‘progression’ in the vocal music was too slow for me to get interested in listening to such recitals. However, I liked the filmy and non-filmy songs based on classical ragas as those would get over in about 3 minutes. My taste on traditional classical vocal music changed when I bought a LP of Pandit D V Paluskar in early 70s mainly for 5 devotional songs contained in the one side, the other side being his full length vocal recital on raag Shri. This LP was a turning point for me and I started liking Hindustani classical music. I felt that he must be a great classical vocalist whose vocal music sounded great to my untrained ears.
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