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Kudirithe Kappu coffee Music Review

Kudirithe Kappu coffee Music Review
Shiva Production & Moon Water Pictures
Varun Sandesh, Suma Battacharya and others
Ramana Selva
Mahi & Shiva
Melodious album from a debutant musician
Tuesday, January 18, 2011 • Telugu Comments

Popular lyricist Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry's song Yogeswar Sarma is making his debut as music director with `Kudirithe Kappu Coffee' directed by Ramana Salva and produced by Shiva and Mahi on the banner of Moonwater Pictures. Though a debutant, Yogeswara Sarma proved that he had the stamina to stay ahead in the film industry with many catchy tunes for the movie. He chose to give tunes both in classical and at times in the western beat. But for one song all the songs are melodious and foot-tapping.

Sri Karam    Listen here

Artist(s): SP. Balasubrahmanyam, Nihal
Lyricist: Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry

This is relatively fast beat song. The song was tuned in a complete classical style and the musical director's choice to get the song sung by SP Balasubrahmanyam and Nihal is very apt and they gave cent per cent justice to the song. Though the song begins in classical touch with the use of tabla, the use of key board and a touch of guitar helped in maintaining the pace in the song. Hats off to Sirivennela's lyric. It is an excellent song and one had to wait and watch how it was choreographed because the song is good to listen.

Edo Edo Eelokam   Listen here

Artist(s): Ranjith, Balaji
Lyricist: Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry

It is a pathos number. It appears that the song was shot on the hero after getting frustrated with the love. The lyricist questions what the society is doing and whether it has any answer to his questions on love. Yogeswar Sarma tried to give a fast beat touch for a pathos song and partly succeeded in it. One had to wait and watch how it was choreographed to come to a complete conclusion whether the song was good or average.

Athadilo Edo   Listen here

Artist(s): Hamsika Iyer
Lyricist: Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry

It appears to be a song choreographed on the heroine, who is trying to understand the hero's character, because he maintains distance from girls. The song was also tuned in a folk style with a river and boatmen in its backdrop. Yogeswara Sarma made use of saxophone and clarinet for this song besides keyboard. Sirivennela used only Telugu words but for a few words like `Matalabu', `face' and avoided unnecessary use of other language words in the song. A song which was tuned in a cool manner and could be enjoyed while relaxing.

Anaga Anaga Anaga   Listen here

Artist(s): MM. Keeravani
Lyricist: Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry

It appears to be a background song as it sounds most philosophical. As the lyric came from the pen of Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry, the literary values in the song are high. The song explains the depths and heights of love and the lyricist equals love with the sky. No one can explain where is sky but it seems to be there likewise the love also exists but doesn't appear. Yogeswara Sarma gave a folk song touch and it reminds the audiences of a `tatvam' song narrated by local seers (sanyasis).

Andaralaga   Listen here

Artist(s): Chitra
Lyricist: Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry

Super singer Chitra rendered this title song in a mellifluous voice. Yogeswara Sarma gave a foot-tapping tune for the song. The tune also had the western touch with different gamakams (voice twists) in between the stanzas and at the end of the song. The music director made use of keyboard and guitar mainly in this song. The drum beat added flavour to help the audiences tap their feet. The tabla beat and flute mixed suitably.