Friday December 2, 2016

Jomonte Suviseshangal (Music review), Malayalam – Vidyasagar

Posted by Karthik

Nokki nokki is good old Vidyasagar – the kind with a tune that reminds one of Ilayaraja, with Vidyasagar’s own nuances added. The anupallavi’s rhythm takes too simplistic a route, but the bridge back to the pallavi is rather neat. Neelakasham, the soundtrack’s best, is even better, evoking pleasant memories of Vidyasagar’s classic, Thankathinkal, from Indraprastham. Sujatha Mohan and Najim Arshad are perfect for the job, with a particularly lovely second interlude! Balram’s soulful singing is the soul of the simple, lilting and folksy tune of Poonkaattey, though Vishnu’s flute plays a significant part too. Dependably good music from Vidyasagar.

Keywords: Vidyasagar, Jomonte Suviseshangal

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  • Uday Kiran

    Nokki Nokki is very much Ilaiyaraja’ish especially 2:54 to 2:58! Hope he composes for more movies in Tamil and Telugu ( especially scarcity for good composers in Telugu)

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