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Unnale Unnale Music Review

Unnale Unnale Music Review
Oscar Films
Vinay, Tanisha, Sada, Raju Sundaram
Oscar V. Ravichandran
Harris Jayaraj
Hats off Harris!
Wednesday, January 24, 2007 • Tamil Comments

Jeeva and Harris Jayaraj have created magic in 12B and Ullam Ketkumae before. They have taken off from where they had left in Ullam Ketkumae to give a quality music which is sure to spell bound the masses.

A right mix of melody and racy rhythms, the album has everything a music-connoisseur expects. Harris Jayaraj, a man of few words, has once again allowed his music to speak.

Also a young brigade led by Karthik, Shalini, G V Prakash, Krish, Madhusree, Anushka, Haricharan and Mahalakshmi have done a good job only to throw light on the high quality of singers available in Tamil film industry.

June Ponna (Krish, Arun)

It begins with weighted rhythms that Harris Jayaraj is famous for. A western melody with perfect beats, the song has good orchestration which is a hallmark of Harris Jayaraj's songs. Leaving his signature in the song, the music-composer has managed to ensure that lyric and the music go hand in hand. Krish and Arun have rendered their best.

Hello Miss (G V Prakash, Anushka)

The young and talented music composer G V Prakash, who managed to hog all limelight with Veyyil, has crooned the song in the company of Anushka. Being a music director himself has helped him render the song with needed life. A typical Harris number, the song begins on a brisk note with a catchy humming, the Anglican way of rendering by Prakash is a big attraction. The additional percussion strikes.

Vaigasi Nilavae (Haricharan, Madhusree)

A perfect ten by Harris Jayaraj. A catchy melody with striking lyrics, the song sticks to the hearts on the first listening. Harris has proved yet again that he is the master of melodies. The brilliant use of guitars with percussion instruments, it is a good melody.

With a solo violin in the interlude, Harris simply touches the heart and soul of the listeners in the interlude. Commendable job indeed by Harris.

Mudhal Naal (Mahalakshmi, KK, Shalini)

Harris Jayaraj goes the Eric Clapton way. Begins with a perfect rhythm, the song has a catchy dilly and the mesmerizing flute in between to caress the listeners. The open-throated KK in the company of Shalini manages to create a romantic ambience. A difficult composition by Harris Jayaraj, but made to look at the easy at the end.

Ilamai Ulasam (Krish, Shalini)

Krish begins in a husky manner. With Shalini joining him, the song slowly goes on to catch the top gear. Harris Jayaraj has opted for saxophone to make a beginning. Watch out for the tunes, which flow like a stock market index going up and down. An attractive bit song.

Unnale Unnale (Karthik, Krish, Harini)

The title song of the album. Harris Jayaraj's hard work is evident in the way, the song has come out. All ready to top the audio charts, the song is oozing with energy all through. The thing that appeals to you the most is the splendid orchestration. Harris mastery in mixing and instrumentation is the real attraction of the number. Karthik, Krish and Harini play their part well.

On the whole, Harris has once again proved that he is cut above the rest and can tie down the music-buffs with his splendid orchestration.

Feel the fervour of Harris Jayaraj's music by listening to the songs of Unnale Unnale from