Monday April 6, 2015

Muh Dikhai (Music review), Indipop – Shafqat Amanat Ali

Posted by Karthik

If Dil kookay is standard-issue pop ballad, Janiya fares better, thanks to Shafqat’s now-familiar vocal nuances, and engaging music. Ratiyaan goes a notch up – pensive and beautifully orchestrated modern-day ghazal, while Sun lo and Tere liye are quintessentially Fuzon’ish. Shafqat does wonders to Khusro’s verses in Rang, keeping it simple and earthy, while the very-Punjabi title song is equally authentic, and poignant too! Tum nahi aaye experimentally mixes waltz with ghazal pretty well. Ustad Amanat Ali Khan-composed Dil dharhaknay showcases Shafqat’s impressive vocal prowess amidst the piano base! A competent follow-up to Shafqat’s superlative albums, Tabeer and Kyun Dooriyan.

Keywords: Muh Dikhai, Shafqat Amanat Ali

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