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Nerungi Vaa Muthamidathe Music Review

Nerungi Vaa Muthamidathe Music Review
AVA Productions
Shabeer, Piaa Bajpai, Sruthi Hariharan, Viji Chandrasekhar, Thambi Ramaiah, Y.Gee.Mahendra, A.L.Azhagappan, Lakshmy Ramakrishnan, Thalaivasal Vijay, Ambika, Bala Saravanan, Gautham Kurup, A.V.Anoop, Ramakrishnan
Lakshmy Ramakrishnan
Madley Blues
Nerungi Vaa Muthamidathe
Madley Blues is here to stay!
IndiaGlitz [Friday, September 26, 2014 • தமிழ்] Comments

After delivering the highly acclaimed ‘Aarohanam’ Lakshmy  Ramakrishnan is back with a road movie, and for this genre she aptly picked the ‘Madly Blues’ who composed for ‘Sutta Kadhai’. Keep scrolling down to know how they performed in their second outing.
Hey Sutrum Bhoomi Listen here  – Mili Nair, Harish Venkat
The album starts off with a lovely guitar strumming and Mili Nair’s vocals tunes our mood right away with the music chords. Harish Venkat, who joins in the mid way takes the baton from Mili and pours more energy to the track. The drums start to dominate in the second part of the song for a while, and Keba Jeremiah has completed the track with his guitar in the last 20 second to round off the number. 
Kaligalam – Listen here Shankar Mahadevan
The zeal in Shankar Mahadevan’s voice is unmatchable, and the composers have given staged a brilliant tune to showcase his skills. The drums & electric guitars takes the first interlude, and Thavil- Nadhaswaram keeps you in the groove from the second stanza. The orchestration is impressive, and Shankar has played around the tune with his brilliant improvisations.
Yaar – Listen here Nandini Srikar
Medley Blues tried a fusion here by merging soft rock with a Carnatic base. Na. Muthukumar’s lyrics are sublime and the way Nandini has rendered them passionately. Once again the composers display supreme confidence in handling the electric guitars and drums. Hope the song does not get wasted as a montage in the film.
Yaarum Pakkama – Listen here Chinmayi
The moment we think that, Madley Blues can deliver tracks based on guitars alone; they surprise us with a glorious track dominated  by Violins. For a change, Chinmayi does not sound the way she used to, and stepped out of her comfort zone after a long time to complement the racy composition. If you are looking for a never heard ringtone; please cut the interlude between 1.09-1.45; a stupendous violin+drums piece!
Pick(s) of the album – Kaligalam, Yaar, & Yaarum Pakkama