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Kanimozhi Music Review

Kanimozhi Music Review
Amma Creations
Jai, Shazahn Padamsee
Sripathy Rangasamy
T Siva
Satheesh Chakravarthy
You'll get younger after listening
IndiaGlitz [Monday, August 2, 2010 • தமிழ்] Comments

`Kanimozhi' is a love story produced by actress Sona's UNIQ Creations in association with T Siva of Amma Creations.

The film is directed by debutant Sripathy a former associate of Venkat Prabhu. Jai and Vijay Vasanth of `Chennai 600028' fame have performed the lead roles while newcomer Shazahn Padamsee plays the heroine. Shazahn is from Bollywood, She was last seen opposite Ranbir Kapoor in the film `Rocket Singh'.

Music of the film is by Satish Chakravarthy who was an assistant of AR Rahman. `Kanimozhi' album consists of 4 straight songs and one instrumental version. Three songs are written by Na. Muthukumar and one is written by Pa. Vijay.

`Kanimozhi' music album was launched on July 22 by Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi.

1. Penne Pogathey - Listen here

Singers: Clinton Cerejo, Sam Keerthan, Timothy Madhukar

Lyricist: Pa. Vijay

"Penne Pogathey" sound a teen pop with a lot of Yuvan feel in it. Clinton voice is credible in this yuppie song sung by the hero after he has seen the heroine for the first time. Lavish guitar flows throughout reminding bubblegum pops. The purpose of having this song is achieved.

2. Muzhumadhi - Listen here

Singers: Vijay Yesudas, Bela Shende

Lyricist: Na. Muthukumar

"Muzhumadhi" is a soft melody delicately paced so well to follow and be with. The interlude bits are great with a clean mix of instruments. Particularly the flute in the second. Na. Muthukumar's metaphors make this number a wholesome love duet. Vijay Yesudas and Bela Shende are excellent in this. Pick of the pack.

3. Yaaro Ival Ival - Listen here

Singers: Mukesh, Bela Shende

Lyricist: Na. Muthukumar

"Yaaro Ival Ival" Is a real cheerful number with hearty drums. The tempo rocks you thorough out the song. Shenai interludes give a divine status to this love song. Again Bele Shende excels this time with Mukesh. The simple words of Muthukumar and the pulsating rhythm combined with beautiful vocals makes this song memorable. Very impressive you can fall in love. Another Pick of the pack.

4. Thada Thada - Listen here

Singer: Clinton Cerejo, Satish Chakravarthy

Lyricist: Na. Muthukumar

"Thada Thada" is as pleasing as a 80's Illayaraja lovelorn melody. Minimal rhythmic notes taken to top by the vocals. Interludes are pleasingly different with assortment. Strings and veena one time and a neat slow rap the other time. Nice.

5. Muzhumadhi - Listen here


A delightful instrumental interpretation of `Muzhumadhi' song. Piano and flute ably conducted by drums. As good as the original.

When you finish hearing all the songs of this album you feel you've become few years younger and more positive. The album is definitely worth its money. All the songs are fitting to a romance, particularly the songs Muzhumadhi and Yaaro Ival Ival are O. HO. Satish Chakravarthy who debuted with a dull `Leelai' has come back very strongly but notably influenced by Yuvan.

Now the only concern is the visuals and picturisation of these songs match the creativity and inherent sweetness of the songs.