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Enakkul Oruvan Music Review

Enakkul Oruvan Music Review
Thirukumaran Entertainment
Siddharth, Deepa Sannidhi, Srushti Dange, Aadukalam Naren, Amit Bhargav, Vettri
Prasad Ramar
C. V. Kumar
Santhosh Narayanan
The trust on brand Santosh Narayan is justified
IndiaGlitz [Monday, September 8, 2014 • தமிழ்] Comments

‘Cuckoo’, ‘Jigarthanda’, ‘Madras’ & now ‘Enakkul Oruvan’, Santosh Narayan’s consistency is alarmingly high and he keeps re-inventing himself with some brilliant experiments. He is able to understand the need of the story he is involved in & plays around with the same. Let’s see how he performed with the remake of Kannada movie ‘Lucia’.

Prabalamagavey  - Siddharth  Listen here

Santosh Narayan makes you to drop whatever you’re doing and starts to grab your attention within the first ten seconds as the prelude sets in beautifully to produce a; get stuck with this track for the next half hour material.  The lyrics explain the triumph of a rising star at the dream factory and the composer couldn’t have chosen a better singer than, Siddharth. The pause, stop, start, pick the pace strategy has been used well to give a pleasant experience throughout the song & Dj’s will be picking this track for the dance floors right away.

Poo Avilum Pozhudhil  - Pradeep Kumar  Listen here

From the disco, the composer takes us with him to a  walk along the beach. Santosh’s typical guitar work & Pradeep’s magnetic vocals multiply the magnitude of this simple tune. The tune unfolds like the water run down on a hill and gains speed when hit a huge rock only to slow down after some time. A beautiful melody once again from the combo of Santosh – Pradeep.

Kutti Poochi – Maanicka Vinayagam  Listen here

It’s been a while, we haven’t heard anything from Maanicka Vinayagam and he gets everything right in this run along track with the situation of the story. Santosh would have composed the song after getting the lyrics because of the minimal composition around the central theme. A middling track after two gorgeous numbers in the album.

Endi Ippadi – Santosh Narayan  Listen here

Santosh shifts to the fifth gear after slowing down in the previous track and prepares you to encounter an all new world with the stupendous sound engineering. You would get to hear the western tune with the left ear while the classic Madras kuthu gets unfolded on the right. Santosh's unique rendering adds more points to a tune which itself a winner from the very first second.

Yaar – Dhibu Ninan Thomas  Listen here

The album comes to an end with a pathos which reflects the life and dreams of the lead character. More than the vocals;  the orchestration takes the center stage to give a sensational affair with its unique beats.

Pick(s) of the album – Prabalamagavey, Poo Avizhum Pozhudhil, and Endi Ippadi