After setting the screen on fire in Mozhi, music composer Vidyasgar and director Radha Mohan team up again for 'Abhiyun Naanum'. The movie dwells on the emotional rapport shared by a father and his daughter. Known for his soul-stirring melodies, Vidyasagar has exactly recreated the same in this music album.
The tunes he composed fits apt to the story of the movie. Music flows like a gentle breeze on a sultry day. The good choice of singers ( Madhu Balakrishnan, Kailash Kher, Sadhana Sargam and S P balasubramaniam), excellent orchestration and soft beats kindles the feel to listen the album repeatedly.
The jewel in the crown is perhaps Vairamuthu's lyrics. It brings out the emotions of a dad and his daughter. His utilization of metaphors to describe human relationships is very apt.
Ore Oru Oorile - Kailash Kher Listen here
We have grown up hearing the stories narrated by our grand moms of the yesteryear. The song is typically set on a story telling mode. Kailah Kher's in an open throated voice renders the number. The song seems to be setting a momentum for the movie. It introduces all characters in the movie - father, mother and their daughter. Vairamuthu's simple but enchanting lyrics are amazing to listen.
Vaa Vaa En Dhevadhaye - Madhu Balakrishnan Listen here
Madhu Balakrishnan seems to be the preferred voice of Vidyasagar. A regular in his albums these days, Madhu Balakrishnan's soft voice (resembling K J Yesudoss) is soul-stirring. Perfectly fits the melody numbers.
Vairamuthu's lyrics lift up the song. Patterned beats and soft music which doesn't dominate the lyrics is the hallmark of the number. Vairamuthu recalls the emotions of a proud father over his daughter's accomplishments well.
Chinnamma Kalyanam - Kailash Kher Listen here
As the title suggests, the song is seemingly sung during the wedding. Kailash Kher's brisk rendering of the number accompanied by Vidyasagar's soft orchestration is worth a mention. The song depicts the wedding process in a graceful style.
Moongil Vittu - Madhu Balakrishnan Listen here
A pathos rendered by Madhu Balakrishnan. It brings out the sorrow of a father on getting separated from his daughter. Vairamuthu brings the travails of a father, before our eyes on getting separated from his daughter. The song is touching and lingers deep in our heart even after it ends.
Sher Punjabi - Rehan Khan Listen here
Vidyaagar has infused energy in the song with Bhangra style of music. The peppy use of percussion instruments accompanied with a catchy chorus is refreshing to listen to. However Vidyasagar has retained the melody element in this number well.
Pachai Kaatre - Sadhana Sargam Listen here
It is perhaps the pick of the album. Seeming a fusion of Hindusthani and classical Carnatic music, the song strikes at the moment one listens for Vidyasagar has blended the instruments jaltarangam, flute and the shenai very well.
All credit to Sadhan Sargam, The singer has involved herself with the number and given her heart and souls for it. Vidyasagar's harmony of beats blends well with Vairamuthu's superb lyrics.
Azhagiya Azhagiya - SP Balasubramaniam Listen here
Again set on a father vantage point and his agony and frustration at his daughter's failure and defeats. Vidyasagar has opted for a racy orchestration to a loud rendition by SP Balasubramaniam.
Vidyasagar captures the emotions of every dad well with this song. It kind of kindles the sorrow feeling in the heart of its listeners and leaves a sad mark behind.
The excellent opera rendered by songster Vidyasagar touches the soul and hats off for his talented orchestration.
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