Archive for November 8th, 2009

Aasa aasa’s unconventional use of Kannan’s vocals is pretty cool, as is the format-breaking tune. With a Celtic touch, the Simbu-Devi Sri Prasad sung duet is a jolly good listen, including that crow’y chorus! Sunitha Sarathy’s Kooda kooda works not so much for the tune as much for the retro-fused orchestration that James confidently weaves […]

Appan policeda is banal, while Uyirodu uyiril is pleasant enough, but is something Vidyasagar would’ve composed 10 years ago. Belly Raj and Padmanabhan gel amazingly well with the chorus, in the gentle, friendship track, Gangai nadhi. Much like Ilayaraja’s Amma endrazhaikkadha and Rahman’s Uyirum neeye, James gets his own memorable amma-sentiment song in Thaaye thaaye […]

Ninnalanni has all things going for it – a pleasant and melodious tune, a catchy chorus and Rahul Nambiar’s serene vocals, but this one, along with Shweta Pandit’s Vade navadu, though perfectly functional, are too mired in the standard new-age Telugu filmy sound. Hariharan’s title song too is a bit trite, despite trying hard with […]

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