Saturday December 23, 2006

Thaamirabharani (Tamil – Yuvan Shankar Raja)

Posted by Karthik

Is Kattabomman supposed to sound like a powerful entry song? It is muted and lacks any kind of impact. Vaartha onnu takes from parts of Pattiyal’s Dei namma and seems largely situational. Thiruchendooru muruga is a throw back on the 90s Rahman with minimal rhythms and a simple flow of tune. Thaaliye is soft and monotonous, drifting aimlessly while the blatant rip-off of the popular religious number Karpoora naayagiye, Karuppaana kaiyaale is just that – a rip-off, unwanted in a composer of Yuvan’s caliber. Hari’s move off his regular composers – Harris Jeyaraj and Bharadwaj – has yielded him pretty sub-standard results.

Keywords: Yuvan, Vishal, Tamirabarani, Thamirabarani

  • Vidhya Rajan

    Hi Karthick,

    I am a hardcore fan of yuvan. But it seems he’s been disappointing me in his offlate albums. Pudhupettai – phenomenal.

    Vidhya

  • Jeeva

    At times,Producers and Directors influence MD’s a lot in their compositions.Well,you’ve to follow what you boss wants…….

  • Karthik

    Jeeva:
    …not at the cost of your reputation, perhaps!

  • JV

    Karuppana kaiyaale yenna pudichan – a blatant lift of tune of L R Eswari’s famous devotional number “Karpoora Nayagiye kanaga valli”.

  • JV

    Karuppana kaiyaale yenna pudichan – a blatant lift of tune from L R Eswari’s famous devotional number “Karpoora Nayagiye kanaga valli”.

  • somename

    stupid reviews…u shld be such an amateur to compare YSR with ARR. ARR is in same level with YSR. You write like as if ARR has achieved hills and mountains in music. Open up man! YSR is in his own way is an intelligent and talented. Charts proves. shutup ur nonsense…

  • Karthik

    Somename:
    Thanks for the thoughtful comment. I’d strive to be as insightful as you when I review a YSR album next.

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