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Articles " The "Velvette Fogg" days... ", "Sweet Child - guns n' roses ", "Those Foggy days...(part 1) "
added on March 25, 2002.

Articles "Frank Zappa ", "Blood, Sweat & Tears ", "Female Rockers ", "Alanis Morissette ", "Woman Power ", "Control " added on March 09, 2002.

Articles "King of the Blues ", "Reggae King of the World ", "Top Ten Classic Rock Live albums ", "Tales from the Brothers Gibb ", "U2 ", "Philosophy " added on February 04, 2002.

Articles "Wish You were here", "Money for Nothing ", "My Generation ", "The Beat of Love ", "Champions of the World ", "Rock Memorabilia", "A Cellarful of Noise", "Born in the USA ", "An Englishman in New York " "Kozmic Blues " "Give Peace A Chance " "Sounds of Silence " "Living in the Past " "The Doors of Perception " "Jimi Hendrix Experience " "Shades of Deep Purple " "Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young" "CCR " "Music is the BEST" "Passion " added on December 14, 2001.

Articles "Rock Legends", "Slowhand Blues 1", "Slowhand Blues 2", "Take it Easy", "One muggy night in MUMBAI", "love, Devotion & Surrender", "Its only Rock'n'Roll", "The 'Sadashiv Peth' Blues" and "Bob Dylan" added on July 28, 2001.

Nandu's new RAAPCHICK -REMIX (Marathi) album "Spicy Mango" released.

Articles "Creativity", "Sixties", "Rock Around the Clock" and "Palm 2001" added on March 16, 2001.

Article "Cyber Chat" and "Everything (almost!) you wanted to know about being a Musician in India and were not afraid to ask!" added on September 1, 2000.

Article "Memories" in "Studio Systems" may-june issue (added on July 29, 2000).

A note from Nandu (added on June 5, 2000):

My parents, Asha and Atmaram Bhende, will be celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary on 9th June 2000. On this occasion I would like to share with you excerpts from a letter that my Mother found recently. This was written to her 50 years back by her elder brother, Nissim Ezekiel, who was in England at that time.

Excerpts from the letter (the original letter in its entirety is shown below):

9th May'50

My dear Lily, My fondest wishes that you will make something rich and beautiful of your married life. Don't be sparing in your efforts to regard it always with fresh eyes, accept all the demands it makes on you. Remember always that the relationship is more important than you or your future husband. It is wisest to treat it as a third entity which has to be reared slowly and carefully like a tender plant. Giving your all to the marriage you will find that marriage in its turn will give you all it has to offer. And what any relationship offers to us, when treated in this way, is nothing less than the plenitude of happiness. I have nothing more to say to you as you stand ready to enter this great world of opportunity and adventure.

Fraternal greetings and love.



The original Letter (point mouse to read the flip side):












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