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|1.||Ananda Shankar - "Jumpin' Jack Flash" (3:35)|
|2.||Bill Ravi Harris & The Prophets - "Cissy Strutt" (3:03)|
|3.||Henry Mancini & His Orchestra - "The Party" (3:09)|
|4.||The Savages - "Born To Be Wild" (3:13)|
|5.||The Bombay Royale - "You Me Bullets Love" (4:37)|
|1.||Blossom Dearie - "I Like London In The Rain" (2:39)|
|2.||BB Davis & The Red Orchidstra - "Get Carter" (5:41)|
|3.||Peter Ivers Group - "Ain't That Peculiar" (feat Asha Puthli) (2:42)|
|4.||Mohammed Rafi - "Jaan Pehchan Ho" (5:29)|
|5.||Gabor Szabor - "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" (2:28)|
This tidy compilation from Dishoom shines a light on the largely overlooked cultural crossover between Bombay and London in the mid to late 1960s. While it is widely acknowledged that Western rock musicians looked to India for inspiration during this period, little has previously been made of how British and American rock, pop, funk and soul inspired Indian musicians. Musically, there are some real gems to be found throughout, from the sitar-laden "Jumping Jack Flash" and "Cissy Strut" covers (by Ananda Shankar and Bill Ravi Harris and the Comets respectively) and psychedelic rock thrust of The Bombay Royale's "You Me Bullets Love", to the Merseybeat-goes-Bollywood brilliance of Mohammad Rafi's "Jaan Pechlan Ho".
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