Posts Tagged ‘Harris Jayaraj

Saturday September 9, 2017 18:47

Spyder (Music review), Telugu – Harris Jayaraj

Despite all the kitchen-sink level cliches in Boom boom, the sound remains alluring, thanks to the fantastic brass he incorporates along with Nikhita Gandhi’s vocals. Ciciliya ciciliya too is a fairly good listen, with a lively melody, accentuated with Harris’ pet sounds, including gibberish chorus from exotic islands. Haricharan is dependably good handling the vocals, […]

Damn damn screams heroine-introduction. ‘Vaadi en chellakili’ screams Britney Spears. The song screams ‘Harris Jayaraj’. Morada sticks to standard-issue boy-band sound, but Karky’s city life idiosyncracies (“Idhu wifi kaadu”) is entertaining! Bombay Jayashri’s Yemma yea reaches a tantalizing high with the tribal’ish hook, set on a wonderful, Vaseegara’ish melody. Vijay Yesudas’s Silu silu is uncluttered […]

NW1W. Keywords: S3, Singam 3, Harris Jayaraj Listen to the songs on Eros.

Oh Maya sounds like myriad other Harris Jayaraj songs, which, in turn, sound like many other Harris Jayaraj songs . Kannai vittu‘s somber melody is pretty good, but the backgrounds and Srimathumitha’s humming add an incongruent layer on top. Irumugan settai, for all its pulsating noise, is solid aural assault. Face Off theme‘s generic background […]

Friday December 25, 2015 17:00

Gethu (Music review), Tamil – Harris Jayaraj

Thillu mullu is to Mersalaayitten what faux dual roles is to Indian films where the hero goes around with a fake mole on his face and no one recognizes him. Haricharan lifts the predictably familiar tune of Thaen kaatru, though Harris throws every stock sound at it. Adiyae adiyae sounds like a racy melody but […]

Sunitha Sarathy and Kharesma Ravichandran’s highly fangled Tamil jars in Yaen ennai, but Harris’ catchy tune has enough oomph, while the alluring sounds in Mazhai vara is highly reminiscent of Harris’ work for the late director Jeeva. Unakkenna venum depends on Benny’s vocals and the simple guitar background that Harris lovingly puts together, besides the […]

Friday December 26, 2014 10:11

Nanbenda (Music review), Tamil – Harris Jayaraj

Enai marubadi brings back memories of Harris’ better form days… till a lady not-so-helpfully pitches in with gibberish humming. Still, good listen – lively tune, well sung by Vijay Prakash. Oorellaam‘s highlight is integrating ‘Nayantara’ aptly in the lyrics – besides the pleasant tune, the electric guitar playing veena’ishly and Unnikrishnan-Bombay Jayashree’s vocals. Nee sunno […]

Monday November 10, 2014 21:28

Anegan (Music review), Tamil – Harris Jayaraj

Aathadi‘s strength is its gently flowing tune; serene vocals by Bhavatharini and Abhay Jodhpurkar, and a lilting ghatam-based sound. Dheivangal ingae‘s background, on the other hand, is too amatuerish, though Harris’ tune is engaging enough, thanks to Sriram Parthasarathy. Thodu vaanam is trademark Harris, and Hariharan and Shakthisree deliver it well. Roja, led by Shankar […]

Aathangara orathil – Harris Jayaraj tune bank, 2007; Gana Bala’s singing does make a difference, besides MC Vickey’s rap and assorted burping sounds. Latcham calorie – Harris Jayaraj tune bank, 2003; this is that, even-a-baby-can-guess-this-is-by-Harris-Jayaraj tune; remains occasionally interesting though. Nee vandhu ponadhu – Harris Jayaraj tune bank, 2005; lot of glitzy sounds and nothing […]

Maelae maelae, barring its Elay keechan’ness, is a pretty good listen, using mandolin, guitars and the clap sound to accentuate Karthik’s fantastic vocals. Anbe anbe too, with Harish Raghavendra and Harini’s vocals gets its gorgeous tune really well, even though the backgrounds reek of multiple other Harris songs. Sara saravedi‘s highlight is the ghatam-guitar sound, […]

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