This is an alphabetical list of lists of known Hindi songs performed, sung and/or recorded by Mohammed Rafi between 1942 and 1980. Over 5,000 of his songs are listed here. Mohammed Rafi also sang in several other different languages, which might not be included here. Over 5,000 of his songs are listed here. Mohammed Rafi also sang in several other different languages, which might not be included here. The genre of song is first, followed by any other singers and the music director or lyricist, then Album name and Year released. "No Fankar Tujhsa Tere Baad Aaya, Mohammed Rafi Bahut Tu Bahut Yaad Aaya" - this song written by Anand Bakshi and sung by Mohammed Aziz with Music by Laxmikant Pyarelal from 1990 Movie Kroadh says it all about this singer.
In 1853 the district came into existence as North Berar district with Buldhana as its headquarters. It along with South Berar district with Hingoli as its headquarters constituted Berar Province .  North Berar district included the present Amravati district , the northern half of Akola , and Buldhana. After the Indian Rebellion of 1857 Hingoli, along with the neighbouring countryside, was restored to the Nizam. Berar province was reconstituted into East Berar district with headquarters at Amaravati, and West Berar district with headquarters at Akola.  After 1857 Mehkar, Chikhli, and Malkapur were part of West Berar district. In 1864 these three talukas were made independent as South-West Berar district, which was renamed Mehkar district in 1865.
1904: Coleman Hawkins (UK Saxophonist, Bandleader, Jazz Musician) * .
1907: Samuel "Buck" Ram (US songwriter, manager of The Platters) * .
1927 : Slim Williamson/Bradley L. Williamson (US recording executive ) * .
1931: Malcolm Williamson (Australian composer) * .
1932: Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen ( Danish composer) * .
1935: Fairuz/Nouhad Haddad (Lebanese singer).
1936: James Anderson DePreist ( American conductor ) * 08. .
1939: Etta Cameron/Ettamae Louvita Coakley (Danish singer and actor) * .
1940: /Malcolm John Rebennack, Jr .(keyboard, pianist, guitarist, singer)
1941 : Andrew Love (American saxophonist; The Memphis Horns ) * .
1941: David Porter (US soul pianist, vocals, writer for Stax Records)
1941: Idil Biret (Turkish concert pianist)
1942: Anthony Goulden (UK guitarist; Vanity Fare).
1942: Andy Newman (UK pianist, keyboards; Thunderclap Newman) * .
1945 : Milton Cardona (Puerto Rican jazz percussionist, vocalist) * .
1948: Leroy "Lonnie" Jordan (US vocals, keyboards, Piano; War)
1948: John "Rabbit" Bundrick (US rock keyboard, piano; Bob Marley/Who/Free/freelance)
1948 : Alphonse Mouzon ( US jazz drummer, label owner; Weather Report / top sessionist) * .
1948: Mark Tulin (US bass player ; Electric Prunes/Spirits in the Sky/Smashing Pumpkins) * .
1950: Livingston Taylor (US singer, songwriter/brother of James Taylor)
1952: Lorna Luft (US actress and singer, daughter of Judy Garland)
1955: Peter Koppes (Australian guitarist; The Church)
1960: Brian Ritchie (US bassist; Violent Femmes).
1962: Steven Curtis Chapman (singer, songwriter, guitar)
1965: Bjork Gudmundsdottir (Icelandic singer; Sugarcubes/solo)
1967: Margret Ornolfsdottir (Icelandic keyboardist; Sugarcubes)
1968: Alex James (UK bassist; Blur)
1968: Inka Bause (German actress, singer)
1970: Francis Macdonald (UK drummer, Teenage Fanclub)
1972: Rain Phoenix (US singer, actress)
1974: Aaron Solowoniuk (Canadian drummer; Pezz/Billy Talent)
1974: Kelsi Osborn (US singer; SheDaisy)
1977: Myles Heskett (Australian drummer, percussion; Wolfmother)
1977: Tobias Sammet (German singer; Edguy).
1979: Kim Dong Wan (Korean singer; Shinhwa).
1982: Ryan Starr (US singer; American Pop Idol) .