Friday March 23, 2012

Ivan Megharoopan (Music review), Malayalam – Sharreth

Posted by Karthik

Remya Nambeesan singer avatar, with that intentionally coarse folk diction, is surprisingly consummate in Aandelonde nere! Yesudas excels in the highly tuneful, retro-styled Anuragini, while Swetha Mohan’s Nisha surabhi seems to hint at Ahir Bhairav, tantalizingly, ably supported by Kamalakar’s flute. Starting with Vallalar’s verses, the conversational Oh Marimaayan is a simple, lively listen, featuring Krishnachandran and Mridula Warrier’s involved vocals. Ria Raju’s two short traditional songs and Sunitha Nedungadi’s ONV Kurup-penned short, Innale njanoru are earthy and resonant. The soundtrack highlight is Chithra’s Kaanada’ish Vishukili – beautifully tuned and orchestrated by Sharreth. Thematic, quality music from composer Sharreth, again.

Keywords: Ivan Megharoopan, Sharreth Vasudevan, P. Kunhiraman Nair, ONV Kurup, Kaviyude Kalpadukal



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