Ever wondered why millennials listen to old film songs from the ‘60s and the ‘70s? How did they get into the habit in the first place? Were there composers other than R D Burman operating in the golden era, and who were they? Was there any film music produced in the south of the Vindhyas? This book attempts to answer those and other questions… from the point-of-view of an inveterate film music junkie now exiled to the world of rock! So, how does one go from Mohammed Rafi to Mick Jagger? Read on to find out.
The author is a chartered accountant working in the field of exports with an unquenchable thirst for writing and singing. He has written about music and film music on his blog and also contributed articles to the blog of a well-known film critic. Before the pandemic, the author was also a passionate amateur tennis player with a proud record of losing in every tournament he participated in! The time not devoted anymore to tennis is now spent unleashing his vocal gymnastics on a small audience of relatives, friends, and well-wishers.