Posts Tagged ‘G.V.Prakash Kumar

Barring the fact that GVP sings about pasta instead of a woman he’s supposed to address, Penne penne has a lovely tune, beautifully crafted with the accordion sound and that surprising ethereal second interlude featuring Yaazhini! Angae ippo is only mildly engaging, the tune not quite sitting comfortably atop that EDM sound, while Pondicherry too […]

Yerra mirapallo, despite Shankar Mahadevan’s spirited vocals, sounds utterly commonplace. GV Prakash Kumar gets behind the mike in Raa chilaka and his effortless singing does add value to the pleasant tune, with the backgrounds mixing almost world music’ish sounds with native rhythms. Pilla works even better, in Ranjith’s vocals and a catchy melody to go […]

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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