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Meyatha Maan Music Review

Meyatha Maan Music Review
Stone Bench Films
Rathna Kumar
Santhosh Narayanan, Pradeep Kumar
Meyaadha Maan
Meyatha Maan
Tuesday, October 3, 2017 • Tamil Comments

Meeyadha Maan is an upcoming film produced by Karthik Subburaj which has Rathna Kumar taking care of direction. Vaibhav, Induja, Priya Bhavani Shankar play lead in the film which has Santhosh Narayanan and debutant Pradeep kumar taking care of composing.

Thangachi Song:- Listen Here

An energetic folk number is straight to the point in every other way. Anthony Daasan leads the folk number with his vocals setting trend right away with the song’s cue. Vivek brushes up the brother sister segment on a funny yet sentimental note. Thangachi song is sweet, short lived and after a point becomes monotonous, still the tune should get you hooked.

Enna naan seiven:- Listen Here

Pradeep show all the way, he has composed, sung and written lyrics for this duet which is assisted by Kalyani who silently sneaks in her performance. The tune is fresh and has a longing for that beautiful love that has just blossomed. The percussions are kept mild and appropriate for the nature of the song, a breezy number by all means.

Address song:- Listen Here

A full on quirky, freaky song setup by Santhosh Narayanan who has also sung this track. The funny soup song does not fall into the usual failed Romeo songs and has innovation in dealing with love failure. The stand out features are definitely the lyrics and Santhosh’s rendering as the instrumentation is just kept to a mild string and slow folk. The song will get you hooked instantly with its innovative style.

Area Gaana:- Listen Here

Probably the only weak number in this album, gets way too local but that’s not the issue with the song as it goes very monotonous without any changes in its rendering. Santhosh Narayanan has specialized in many North Madras songs, yet this might be that one song that might not have clicked thoroughly. That said, lyrics are yet again on love failure might capture the interests of few.

Megamo Aval:- Listen Here

The track rides high on Pradeep’s vocals which is simply mesmerizing from the word go. The humming simply goes along with the synth and clicks into any melody lover. Santhosh has sketched it well with a simplistic orchestration when the vocals take the lead, its only between the interludes the instrumentation gets to work.

Rathini Katti:- Listen Here

It's almost like Dhee has continued her work from Irudhi Suttru, the tempo raises very slow and crawls into the tune. Though it doesn’t innovate much, the vocal is yet again the standout phenomenon as the recursive violin gesture gives support to Dhee’s vocals.

Nee mattum po:- Listen Here

Pradeep Kumar has done it well for this track. A hint of 80’s feel creeps in very soon into this track and then the western country song takes over. Using vintage EDM and Jazz, Pradeep has cleared way for Sid Sriram to do his magic. The song might not do the trick in its audio, but the visuals should be colorful as it promises in being fresh.

Verdict : Pradeep and Santhosh Nail it