Sunday January 4, 2015

Malli Malli Idi Rani Roju (Music review), Telugu – Gopi Sunder

Posted by Karthik

Choti jindagi‘s rock sound is punchy and Hiranmayi’s child-woman vocals seems very apt for the racy tune, particularly for the main hook. Haricharan is equally good in the faux-qawali Varinche prema – Gopi’s tune is highly melodious, the repetitive chorus is addictively catchy, and the use of violins is especially good. Veteran Chitra, and Aaishwarya blend in their vocals wonderfully in Marhaba, that starts with an Arabic word, seems like a Indian prayer set to classical tune, but on a pleasant sufi-rhythm base and with some fantastic harmony phrases! What is particularly brilliant is the vocal interplay between the two singers, when they are singing in different pitches! Priya Hemesh rules over the delectable Latino-infused Dharmavathi raaga based tune of Gathama, with the tune’s melody coming out really beautifully amidst the tastefully assembled minimal orchestration. Karthik and Chinmayi rock the dulcet duet Yenno yenno, characterized by lovely chorus and long, enchanting phrases in the anupallavi that explains the choice of singers so well. Gopi Sundar is a roll in Malayalam beyond doubt, but he produces a cracker of a soundtrack in Telugu too, with this one. The tunes are thoroughly likeable and showcase what the composer is really good at!

Keywords: Gopi Sundar, Gopi Sunder, Malli Malli Idi Rani Roju, 200, #200

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