In 1975, Biddu recorded and released the instrumental LP Blue Eyed Soul, and watched his own star rise even further as the album's first single, "Summer of '42", climbed to No. 14 on the UK chart spending a full two months there and then had similar success in the US, topping the Dance Music/Club Play Singles chart and reaching No. 5. His album Rain Forest earned him four Ivor Novello Awards, including the "Songwriter of the Year" award. Some of his early examples of electronic disco include.
Blue Eyed Soul: The Best of Biddu Orchestra. This interesting collection covers the solo work of Biddu, an Indian-born producer who scored his greatest success producing dance music in England during the 1970s. He was best known for the hits he crafted for other artists, the most notable . success being "Kung Fu Fighting" by Carl Douglas, but he also produced quite a bit of music on his own through his solo outlet, Biddu Orchestra. This compilation includes British chart hits like his reinterpretations of the themes from "Summer of '42" and "Exodus," plus a number of original tracks.
Biddu Orchestra Aranjuez Mon Amour. Biddu Orchestra Disco Deewane (1981) - Instrumental. Biddu Orchestra Trippin on a Soul Cloud. Biddu Orchestra Journey To The Moon. Biddu Orchestra Soul Coaxing.
Blacker The Berry Sweeter The Juice The Biddu Orchestra. The Blacker The Berry The Biddu Orchestra. The Stud The Biddu Orchestra. Journey To The Moon The Biddu Orchestra. Journey To The Sun The Biddu Orchestra. The Eternal Chant The Biddu Orchestra. Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon The Biddu Orchestra. I Could Have Danced All Night The Biddu Orchestra. Un Homme Et Une Femme The Biddu Orchestra. Aranjuez Mon Amour The Biddu Orchestra.