Sunday May 7, 2017

Milliblog’s Top Recent Listens – April 2017

Posted by Karthik

Single Saavn playlist of 39 (out of 45) songs
(not available on saavn: Comrade In America CIA, Rakshadhikari Baiju Oppu, Georgettan’s Pooram and Wow Song, from Godha)
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Hindi

Haareya, Yeh jawani teri, Iss tarah & Khol de baahein – Meri Pyaari Bindu (Sachin-Jigar)

Murshida – Begum Jaan (Anu Malik)

Hoor – Hindi Medium (Sachin-Jigar)

Tamil

Aalangiliye, Karukku kallangolu & Andha madhiri ponna – Neruppuda (Sean Roldan)

Yemma yea azhagamma, Silu silu & Pachai uduthiya – Vanamagan (Harris Jayaraj)

Adi vaadi thimiraa, Title theme song, Karu Karunnu, Carratu Pottazhagaa & Time Passukkosaram – Magalir Mattum (Ghibran)

Ettoorum kekkum – Thondan (Justin Prabhakaran)

Mella mella, Bodhai poo & Maya masthava – Maayavan (Ghibran)

Ithuvarai naan (Chinmayi version) & Mattikkiten – Padai Veeran (Karthik Raja)

Akka maga & Uravey – Thiri (Ajesh)

Nee illai endraal & Mannippaaya – 8 Thottakkal (Sundaramurthy KS)

Telugu

Kanulake teliyani – Mister (Mickey J Meyer)

Egire, O Maya & Thanevaro – Venkatapuram (Achu)

Malayalam

Vaanam thilathilakkanu – Comrade In America CIA (Gopi Sundar)
Gopi doesn’t demand much from his star singer, Dulquer, but hands him a multi-lingual (though he handles only one language, leaving the Spanish part to Carolina and the Hindi part to Mohammed Maqbool Mansoor) song that is immediately catchy.

Aakaasham panthal – Rakshadhikari Baiju Oppu (Bijibal)
Innately simple and charming, espousing the beauty and life of innards of Kerala. Who better than Bijibal to articulate it with music!

Va va vaikaathe – Puthan Panam (Shaan Rahman)
A lot like Enne Thallendammaava (from Oru Vadakkan Selfie; not just that they are both sung by Vineeth Srinivasan), but still a lot likeable.
Listen to the song on Saavn.

Ko ko kozhi – The Great Father (Gopi Sunder)
Prarthana and Pratheeksha’s lead vocals, along with the kids’ chorus helps Gopi’s simple, almost rhyme-style Christmas song.

Oruvakkinal – 1971 Beyond Borders (Rahul Subrahmanian)
Rahul’s music is expansive, with lovely sweeping strings. M G Sreekumar lends the song the needed gravitas, along with Shweta Mohan.

Joleem kooleem, Omal chiriyo & Kabadi kabadi – Georgettan’s Pooram (Gopi Sundar)

Madhumatiye & Theyyum thindaka – Sakhavu (Prashant Pillai)

Aaro nenjil, Wow Song & Innalekalil – Godha (Shaan Rahman)

Kannada

Chukkubukku Railige – Eleyaru Naavu Geleyaru (Anoop Seelin)
Anoop’s handling of the kids’ chorus/voices is mighty good, though the tune and rhythm are predictable. The kids make it worthwhile, though.

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