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A TV or video demands attention. You have to keep your eyes on the TV or video at all times. But a radio is different. If you just want to enjoy music, you can go about your normal work, with the radio playing your favorite songs in the background.Or, if you are a serious music lover, you can, if you like, listen to the songs on the radio intently giving it 100% of your attention and focus. This blog is meant for both categories of music lovers - serious music lovers as well as people who want to listen to music while they are doing something else. The internet has changed the radio of the olden days into an internet radio or music player on the web.
On this blog, you can listen to your favourite music at your own pace, in your own style. Each post (article) has a playlist of songs in a player. When the player is playing songs, open another window to browse further on this site or any other site. The songs will continue playing in the current window while you are browsing in the new window.
Think of each article as a 'Special Jayamala' program on the radio. Apart from listening to your favorite songs, you also get interesting insights into Indian film music, composers and their styles of composing, anecdotes and other information that adds an extra dimension to your enjoyment and appreciation of Indian film songs.
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