The Fore Thoughts ~ 60s

The Fore Thoughts perform song from The Equals – ‘Baby, Come Back’ on PTV in 1967 0r 68!!
Asif Luqmani (lead guitar), Anis Ahmed (keys), Bashir Belouch (bass) and Umeed Ansari (drums).
Artwork by ldg © Legendary Musicians of Karachi

Category ~ Legendary Musicians of Karachi

The Fore Thoughts ~ lead, played by Asif Luqmani,  Anis Ahmed on keys, Bashir Belouch on bass and Umeed Ansari on drums.

Photograph contributed by ~ Pervez Majeed

Artwork ~ by ldg

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NOTE ~ ldg:

Stuart Ellis has done a fantastic job with Radiodiffusion Internasionaal.

You can check out his site for music that was released by our bands during the 60s – 70s.

He is devoted to the evolution of popular music from Africa, the Middle East, India and Asia and the proliferation of Western influences on these non-Western cultures.

The focus is primarily the music from the mid 60s – 70s.

Do contact him if you would you like to help?  There are a couple of ways you can contribute to Radiodiffusion Internasionaal. Check out his link below for more details.

http://radiodiffusion.wordpress.com/category/pakistan

Pakistan – Folk And Pop Instrumentals 1966-1976 – Compilation
Karachi • Lahore • Peshawar – situated between Afghanistan • India • Iran
Sublime Frequencies – Special thanks to Stuart Ellis

http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=AF5011B72BD021DE

http://www.youtube.com/user/ThePsychedelicGomper

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The track below is taken from the album ‘Pakistan Folk and Pop’ which we provided the photograph for the artwork.  Enjoy!
The Fore Thoughts – The Boat Man’s Cry

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