Ram Kadam - Songadya album flac
- Album: Songadya
- FLAC: 1157 mb | MP3: 1753 mb
- Released: 1971
- Style: Bollywood, Soundtrack
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 690
- Format: MP4 AIFF TTA MOD ASF FLAC MP1
|A1||–Usha Mangeshkar & Jaiwant Kulkarni||Malyachya Malyamadi Kon Ga Ubhi|
|A2||–Usha Mangeshkar||Raya Chala Ghodyavati Basu|
|B1||–Usha Mangeshkar & Jaiwant Kulkarni||Kai Ga Sakhu|
|B2||–Suman Kalyanpur||Gela Sodun Majasi Kanha|
- Manufactured By – The Gramophone Company Of India Ltd.
- Cover – Mohanmurali
- Film Producer – Sadichha Chitra
- Lyrics By – Dada Kondke (tracks: A1, B1), Vasant Sabnis (tracks: A2, B2)
- Music By – Ram Kadam
NotesSongs from 1971 Marathi film- Songadya
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side One): 7TjW 12035
- Matrix / Runout (Side Two): 7TjW 12036
Album · 1971 · 6 Songs.
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Ram Kadam (born 24 January 1972) is an elected MLA of Bharatiya Janata Party from Ghatkopar West Vidhan Sabha constituency. The first-time MLA of MNS party was suspended for 4 years from the assembly on its opening day. He opposed Abu Asim Azmi of Samajwadi Party taking the oath in Hindi, and assaulted Azmi. Ram Kadam Left MNS and joined BJP. In September 2018, Kadam made a "threat to kidnap girls that reject proposals from boys"
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Ram Kadam (composer). Ram Kadam (August 1916 – February 19, 1997 (native from city Miraj, dist : Sangli) was a noted Indian lavani composer and film score composer, who worked in Marathi cinema, during the 1940s to the 1990s, composing for nearly 200 films. Kadam started his film career as an office boy at the Prabhat Films based in Pune, co-founded by V. Shantaram, soon he started assisting music director, Sudhir Phadke. His first break as an independent music director came with Meeth Bhakar (1949) directed by Bhalji Pendharkar, he continued to work at Prabhat for the next nine years, before working independently.