Just added the sophomore LP by Broery Marantika from his WEA tenure. "Senja Di Kuala Lumpur" was released in 1980 with Ahmad Nawab (and his 'Orkes') at the helm as per the previous album. Apart from the title track, best cuts included "Setulus Cinta (Theme from 'Bintang Pujaan')" and "Hey (Dengarlah Bisikan Hatiku)". The streaming of this album is, again made possible with request and donation made by Hadi Gunawan, Bogor, Indonesia. You can do the same for other albums/songs (if available). Click on the donate button throughout the MN website.
Just added the 1978 LP by Broery Marantika backed by Orkes Ahmad Nawab who was also the producer and arranger for this album. This first and perhaps most successful colaboration between Broery and Ahmad Nawab was also the first solo effort by Broery under the WEA Singapore/Malaysia umbrella. Apart from the title track "Mimpi Di Siang Hari", other evergreen hits included "Rindumu Rinduku", "Gugurmu Di Tangkai Madu" and the uptempo "Kasih". The streaming of this album is made possible with request and donation made by Hadi Gunawan, Bogor, Indonesia. You can do the same for other albums/songs (if available). Click on the donate button throughout the MN website.
Just added a 1987 LP by Broery Marantika titled "Bahasa Cinta" with a couple of duets with Vina Panduwinata (not a duet album although Vina is featured on the cover). Arranged by Erwin Gutawa and produced by Handoko Kusuma featuring leading Indonesian musicians at the time. The album was distributed by Harpa Records Indonesia and by Pustaka Muzik NSR Malaysia in vinyl and music cassette formats although there's no evidence that there's a vinyl edition from Harpa Records.
Just added an OST LP by Emillia Contessa, Broery Marantika, Benyamin S. and Favourite's Group "Akhir Sebuah Impian" from 1973. Almost 100% evergreen songs written mostly by A. Riyanto. Free streaming sponsored by Maznah Hassan from Singapore. Click the donation box to sponsor an album.
Just added an OST LP from 1976 by Sharifah Aini & Broery Marantika "Hapuslah Airmata Mu" - Produced and arranged by Ahmad Nawab.