- Performer:Original Soundtrack
- Title:Heavenly Ten Stems: China Town & Jan Pehechan Ho
- Date of release:1994
- Size FLAC version1592 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1261 megabytes
- Size WMA version1819 megabytes
- Formats:MP4 FLAC VOC WMA AC3 DXD
There isn't much info given on the sleeve, but it is known that the track "China Town" comes from a movie of the same name, while "Jan Pehecan Ho" is from the movie Gumnaam. The first track is a showcase for interesting Chinese music, while the latter is more varied - it starts off with big band drums, then merges a surf-like guitar with worldly music.
Heavenly Ten Stems: China Town & Jan Pehechan Ho. Amarillo.
The ten Heavenly Stems or Celestial Stems (Chinese: 天干; pinyin: tiāngān) are a Chinese system of ordinals that first appear during the Shang dynasty, ca. 1250 BCE, as the names of the ten days of the week. They were also used in Shang-period ritual as names for dead family members, who were offered sacrifices on the corresponding day of the Shang week.
Jaan Pehechan Ho" is a popular Indian rock & roll Bollywood song, sung by Mohammed Rafi, composed by duo Shankar Jaikishan, and with lyrics by Shailendra. It was produced for the 1965 Bollywood film Gumnaam, directed by Raja Nawathe, produced by . Sippy, and starring Manoj Kumar and Nanda. The song has been widely "remediated" in North American circulation. Jaan pehechan ho" is a Hindi phrase roughly translated as "Let's know each other.
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