Monday, October 20, 2008

Music view on Abhiyum Naanum

The team with a lovely language (Mozhi) is back with more beautiful Abhiyum Naanum. The audio released weeks back was excel in kind, packed in little drawing note; in times last, its refreshing album in Vairamuthu’s gem lyrics and Vidhyasagar’ s soothing music; feeling the more significant of natures taught. Alike mozhi, they have given importance to meaningful lyrics, the way of music composed to the understanding of what’s listening is undisturbed melody and not less than the voices catches rhyme, unless it doesn’t feel the sense. Every song is suitable for complete pleasure, as it not alone concern the film and characters, but also gives listeners some message.

What does we miss to listen the album tells is the nature including human relationship; the cry of souls, a child’s innocent behaviors and to wonder at unanswered quest. Touching everything as ideal, this album comes out very well to a mood of replaying frequently. I share something on songs and my favorite lines follow:

Ore oru oorile... as it begins like a children story ‘oru orula oru raja (in one village a king)’, it demonstrates the plot of this feature film. It was singed by Kailash Kher, whose voice reflects in ears even after stop listing and indicates the possible intensity.

Vaa vaa en dhevadaye... it sounds very familiar to some past presentation. It has composed very gently to Madhu Balakrishnana’s happening voice to give the sweetest wordings its favorable feel. Every fathers wish about girl child would inspire these poetic lyrics and it not only interacts with father-daughter, as well every common person to express about a child.

செல்வமகள் அழுகைபோல் - ஒரு
சில்லென்ற சங்கீதம் கேட்டதில்லை

பொன்மகளின் புன்னகையோல் - யுகப்
பூக்களுக்கு புன்னகைக்கத் தெரியவில்லை

முத்துக்கள் தெறிக்கின்ற மழலைபோல - ஒரு
முந்நூறு மொழிகளில் வார்த்தை இல்லை

Like my wealthiest daughter’s cry -
haven’t listened one chillness music

Like my golden daughter’s smile -
the aged flowers couldn’t known to smile

Like pearls scattering lisp -
a three hundred languages doesn’t have words.

Pachai kaatre vesu... my favorite song in the album, singed by the most lovingly Sadhana Sargam. The first wording itself proving it’s a song about nature and truly to accept the fact chillness at ends of lines. Well between about the Hindustani and Bhangra are more energetic and less exciting to disturb the pleasure or to think it sounds me alone. The first and second foot was real interesting and meaningful, thus communicating.

நேர்கொண்ட நதியில் அழகொன்றுமில்லை
வளைகின்ற நதியில் அழகதிகம்
வாழ்க்கையும் கூட வளைகின்ற நதிதான்
திருப்பத்தில் தானே ருசியதிகம்!

In the direct river, there is nothing beautiful
in the curved river is more beautiful
life is so like the curve river
in the turning alone tastes more!

Moongil vittu sendra pinea... wow. what does it express is unseen, but the answer it gives is live and sees. Something I murmuring often is this song, the impression the lyrics left is extending even after listening. The music at very soft and vocal presently gives the restful within.

மூங்கில் விட்டுச் சென்ற பின்னே - அந்தப்
பாட்டோடு மூங்கிலுக்கு உறவு என்ன?

மாயம் போல் கலைகின்ற மனித வாழ்க்கையில்
சொந்தங்கள் சொல்லிச் செல்லும் சேதி என்ன?

After leaving the bamboo -
what is relation the song with bamboo?

Magic like dispersion in human lives -
what are the messages relations said to leave?

Azhagiya azhagiya kili ondrai... is a song annoying the menacing apart! The music is hard core and gives an extreme feel to slow down the noise of rise and down in string mood. In my view Vairamuthu is the main subject relating the story into the lyrics, here is the pain he expressed in relationship distance. SPB renders a high sharp tone to an emotional feeling!

Chinamma Kalyaanam... very simple tells there is nothing splendid than a life to present. A solo one by Kailash kher, and is indeed a mere soft composition background. And finally there is a Panjabi instrumental delivery, that nothing does it the melody others.


Jeeves said...

Lets hope the movie is also good

Lakshmi said...

will listen for sure

Keshi said...

I like Trisha..cute girl! :)

must listen to these songs...

ty Jeevan!


vishesh said...

link? :D

Kavi said...

will check this through..thanks

Priya said...

Thanks for sharing Jeevan.

Vinesh said...

sounds interesting, jeevan.
little concerned, though, seeing kailash kher's name in this thamizh album :-(

Anonymous said...

Let me listen to the songs... brb