Friday April 4, 2014

Saivam (Music review), Tamil – G V Prakash Kumar

Posted by Karthik

Azhagu, understandably, holds a strong whiff of Indira’s Nila kaigiradhu – the instantly likeable, ethereal tune and Unnkrishnan’s daughter Uthara evoking an adorable innocence akin to Harini in the earlier song. Kokkara kozhi is faux-folk done reasonably well – very familiar Rahman style that is occasionally enjoyable. The composer uses the echoing ghatam sound brilliantly in Oray our ooril, a haunting melody accentuated by Haricharan’s soulful vocals and the escalating orchestration. Moments of life and the instrumental version of Azhagu are imaginative and listenable. A short, sweet and sincere sounding album from GV Prakash Kumar, headlined by Uthara’s singing debut!

Keywords: Saivam, GV Prakash Kumar

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  • shafeeque

    A neat and classy album as expected. this is where G V becomes so special with his selection of movies unlike his young competitors..

  • Nisha Bal

    lovely album, but why with all the autotune GV??

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