結局、“ガザル” ですが、そこからハミ出すような歌のあり方も楽しめます。60年代ボリウッド側からプレイバック・ソングの要請もあったようですが、アンダリーブ・ワシフは受けなかったそうです。名家の出身ということで、きっと暮らしには困っていなかったんでしょうね。その意味でも、好きなことを好きなように演じたアルバムなのかも知れません。

A 1.ERAY DEWANAY NAY FITRAT HE AJAB PAEE HAI (This Insane Lover Of Yours Has A Habit Of His Own – So Unique) 06:18
A 2.MAIN ZINDA HOON YEH MUSHTAHER KIJEYEY (Announce That I Am Still Alive) 05:59
A 3.DIL MAIIN ARMAN THAY PEHLAY KITNAY (This Heart Was filled With So Many Desires In The Past) 06:42
B 1.KAB TEHRAY GA DARD-E-DIL KAB RAAT BASAR HOGI (When Will This Ache Abate, My Heart, When Will My Night End?) 07:32
B 2.AB WOHI HARF-e-JUNOON SAB KI ZUBAN TEHRI HAI (Once Again The Same Obsession On Every Tongue) 09:18
B 3.BABUL MORA NYHAR CHOOTO HI JAIY (Oh Father, I Am Leaving Your House) 03:54

Andaleeb Wasif was born in a well-known family of Hyderabad, India. A self-taught singer and harmonium player, he began performing as a youth – impressing The Nizam, His Exalted Highness (HEH) Mir Osman Ali Khan and continued developing his style through his young adulthood.
While studying architecture in Bombay (Mumbai) at Sir J.J. School of Arts, his natural talent of music and performances grew in acclaim and he won a number of prominent competitions including The Golden Voice of Bombay, The K.L. Saigal and The Lata Mangeshkar awards. He was recognized and honored by numerous film stars and singers of 1960s Bollywood along with film directors like Anil Biswas. Though he was sought after, he never pursued a career making music for the silver screen. Several famous voices of Bollywood were at one time students of Andaleeb, who was respected as a vocal teacher of ghazals.
Most of the ghazals Andaleeb is best known for, were written by poets such as Sahir Ludhyanwi, Akbar Hyderabadi, Faiz Ahmad Faiz, and Farig Bukahri all of whom he knew personally.
Andaleeb’s renditions are spiritual, mystical, enigmatic and filled with pathos, and are always timeless and ethereal.

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