Aar Jani Na

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Aar Jani Na
Studio album by Chandrabindoo
Released 1997
Recorded Ephraim Isaacs
Genre Bangla Band
Length 41:59
Label T-Series
Producer Shobhan Mukhopadhay
Chandrabindoo chronology
- Aar Jani Na Gadha

Aar Jani Na (Lit: That's All I Know) is the name of the first album by the bangla band Chandrabindoo (also known as Chandrabindu). It was released in 1997 by T-Series, designed and produced by Shobhan Mukhopadhay, and recorded by Ephraim Isaacs, at studio Vibration in Calcutta.

Track list[edit]

  1. Sweetheart
  2. Mounomukharata
  3. Aar Jani Na
  4. Conductor
  5. Jodi Bhabo Pabe Take
  6. Dupurer Khamokha Kheyal
  7. Office Time
  8. Keu Bhalobeshe Joy
  9. Ebhabeo Phire Asha Jae
  10. Mangal Graha

The second song, "Mounomukharata", was inspired by the Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel song "The Sound of Silence". The sixth song takes a wistful look to the days of yore. The other songs are satirical, humorous, light-hearted and refreshing. As a Bangla band, Chandrabindoo became very successful, both critically as well as commercially. The mood of this, their first album, set the tone for their next albums, which inclined towards the nonsensical and the satirical, with a wry vision of the contemporary Bengali society. This album also treats global culture and politics in their trademark sarcastic tone.[1]

Aar Jani Na proved to be a surprise commercial success. In 2005, Chandrabindoo re-worked on their first album and made a few changes in the lyrics and the music and came out with a new album titled Ebhabeo Phire Asha Jae.


Ebhabeo Phire Asha Jae[edit]

Ebhabeo Phire Asha Jae
Compilation album by Chandrabindoo
Released 2005
Genre Bangla Band
Length 44:20
Label Asha Audio
Chandrabindoo chronology
Chaw Ebhabeo Phire Asha Jae Hulabila

In 2005, Aar Jani Na was re-released under the title Ebhabeo Phire Asha Jae, with updates in the lyrics, and enhancements in music arrangement.

  1. Ebhabeo Phire Asha Jae
  2. Keu Bhalobeshe Jay
  3. Dupurer Khamokha Kheyal
  4. Mangal Graha
  5. Office Time
  6. Mounomukharata
  7. Aar Jani Na
  8. Conductor
  9. Jodi Bhabo Pabe Take
  10. Sweetheart

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Sengupta, Moeinuk (2001-09-09). "Singing the nonsense verse". Times of India. Retrieved 2006-09-03.