Sunday August 3, 2014

Rabhasa (Music review), Telugu – Thaman

Posted by Karthik

Maar salaam is the usual, bombastic hero intro song, but Suchith Suresan’s vocals helps it soar. Junior NTR, with some tactical support from Thaman, aces Rakaasi – thoroughly foot-tapping! Thaman cranks up the rhythm for Garam garam chilaka, and that showy kuthu rhythm keeps the song in good stead. Hawa hawa is a pretty good power melody and the way Thaman imagines the backgrounds makes it work easily! The expansive orchestration of Dam damare is broadly likeable, though the tune is a mish-mash. Thaman sticks to the basics and delivers a soundtrack that has its target perfectly on the rhythm.

Keywords: Rabhasa, Thaman



  • shafeeque

    thaman’s music is just predictable these days..
    just an avg telugu masala album.

  • Abhijit

    Rakaasi’s lyrics are enjoyable. If only it wasn’t auto-tuned as much. A raw version would have been very welcome.

  • Siva Prasad

    Boring stuff from Thaman ! Rakaasi is decent ! But why should Jr N TR sing and put the singing pressure on Thaman to auto tune it ?

    I donno why hawa hawa was liked and the tag “power melody” being added to it . May be some sympathy for Thaman !

  • Sai Ganesh

    Except first two songs remaining are predictable..its time for..

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  • “tactical support” – haha oh man this is why i keep coming back. genius euphemism.

  • Great article. I recently received RawSpiceBar’s indian spices- garam masala and tandoori spices for making chicken tikka masala and it was pretty spot on. It’s tough to find freshly ground kashmiri chiles and other high quality hard to find spices. Look forward to receiving next month’s spice blends from them and worth looking into if you’re an adventurous cook.

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