#11. Ekdin Ghumbhanga Shohore
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“Cholo Bodle Jai”, from the 1996 “Ferari” album, is widely considered one of the most enduring songs in Bangladeshi music. The iconic mournful intro is instantly recognizable, and Bachchu’s wavering baritone has been unsuccessfully imitated by countless others from fellow musicians to a brokenhearted fan on the streets.
“Koshto Pete Bhalobashi” propelled the up-and-coming guitarist from Chittagong to national stardom. A song mouthed by romantics in the day and age.
This song has been going around the internet after news of his death broke. The quintessential farewell embodied in “Rupali Guitar” magnificently shows the brilliance of Bachchu’s songwriting and emphatic vocals.
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