Thursday June 14, 2018

Katheyondu Shuruvagide (Music review), Kannada – Sachin Warrier

Posted by Karthik

Daariya Kaledukondide is such a well-rounded, melodious package! Leon de Souza opens it beautifully, with his poised singing, even as Inchara Rao joins him in the anupallavi to offer a new flavor to the song. Sumesh Parameswar’s guitars easily stand out in the serene song, and the pitch changes in the anupallavi are especially fantastic! The tranquil feel continues in Bhoomi Baana Kaadambari too, this time Sachin himself handling the singing duty. The lullaby’ish song even evokes Neelanbari raaga, known to induce sleep, in the lyrics. S Nathan’s clarinet, in the interludes, add to the gently sedate nature of the song! Dheemtha starts, surprisingly, with a hat-tip to Bhoomi Baana, as a prelude, before moving to Deepak Doddera’s lead vocals, with the really catchy ‘Manase manase’ phrase. When Sangeetha Ravindranath joins in what is an unusually tangential tune in the anupallavi, she picks up the phrase, and both the singers join to close it in a warm union! The soundtrack’s most energetic song is aptly called Good Morning! Sumesh’s guitar and Jeevan Thomas’s trumpet add to the bouncy song’s enthusiasm, sung brilliantly by Sachin. After impressive Malayalam outings (Aanandam, Orayiram Kinakkalal), Sachin’s Kannada debut sees him confidently scale new heights.

Keywords: Katheyondu Shuruvagide, Sachin Warrier, #200, 200

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