Posts Tagged ‘G.V.Prakash Kumar

Mazhai pozhiyum is pulsating, catchy and well sung by Aalaap Raju; its hooks are adequately addictive. Raman Mahadevan seems like a wonderful choice to lead Oh Sunanda, a gorgeously foot-tapping ballad, with lovely work by the composer in the orchestration! Oru murai works well as a heavily synthesized R&B track, while Mohammed Irfan’s unconventional voice […]

Wednesday November 10, 2010 12:43

Aadukalam (Music review), Tamil – G V Prakash Kumar

SPB and son SPC breeze through the gorgeous Ayyayo that recycles Raja’s classic folk rhythm with a neat 2.0 touch. The composer reserves the best track for himself – Yaathe yaathe; a lively, joyous outburst of love! Velmurugan’s Otha sollaala is too familiar to other currently-in-vogue folk songs, but the ominous pathos in En vennilave […]

Yedi kallachi invokes the all familiar filmy raaga – Sivaranjani? It continues to sound nice, however, due to sheer familiarity, while Chinnan kaattula offers a good glimpse of the debutant composer’s skills and also showcases veteran Vairamuthu’s amazing lyrics. Kallikaattil‘s Vijayprakash version sounds better as he uses his vocals brilliantly to express the evocative lyrics […]

Saarpu saarpu ji is lyrically amusing; tune-wise it barely passes muster. The spoofy feel continues in Saudi Basha – middling tune again, marred by a cornucopia of middle-eastern sounds. Andrea’s acapella-like Thediyae thediyae sees the composer in much better stead; lilting tune and very well orchestrated. The soundtrack however belongs to the supremely-goofy Unnai kan […]

Pookkal pookkum uses the oft-used period film fusion format – the melody seems hurried even beyond its sweetness. Vaama duraiyamma introduces Tamil Nadu to the uninitiated foreigner in an unsurprising tune, while Meghame‘s choice of singers – Vikram, Nasser and MSV – is its sole selling point. Aaruyire is where the composer unleashes his creativity […]

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