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Vanmam Music Review

Vanmam Music Review
Nemichand Jabak Productions
Vijay Sethupathi, Kreshna, Sunaina, Madhu Sudhan Rao, Sriranjani
Jai Krishna
Hitesh Jabak
S. Thaman
One more short and sweet album from, Thaman
IndiaGlitz [Friday, September 5, 2014 • தமிழ்] Comments

Thaman is more or less like an Indian batsman, who could do no wrong in his home and struggles in overseas condition. He is delivering blockbuster albums in Telugu while he is yet to breakthrough as a mainstream composer in Tamil. His last release ‘Meagamann’ is a cool album with just 3 songs and a theme track. He has dished out a similar stuff in Vanmam, and let’s see what he did.

1. Aeti Enga Pora
Singer(s): Nivas K Prasanna, M.M. Manasi

A typical Thaman’s composition well backed by  Nivas & Manasi. Thaman had made use of Manasi’s vocals in his last release ‘Meagamann’ for a couple of songs, and she’s been in no mood to let her form go. The alluring lyrics, add more beauty to this medium paced melody. The song got all the ability to become a favorite one among the music buffs for quite some time.

2. Padatta Padatta
Singer(s): Velmurugan, Hariharasudhan

After a stylish melody, the composer offers a soft ‘Kuthu’ where he gets Velmurugan & Hariharasudhan to give an intro to the lead heroes. The does not make the listener to go gaga about the tune, but the visuals might give more mileage to this tune.

3. Raasa Raasa
Singer(s): M.M. Monisha

Monisha powers this dance number which is a stock tune from the bag of, Thaman. We have heard similar stuffs from the composer in the past, but still he makes it a bit interesting with the help of Malathy’ish (Manmadarasa) vocals from Monisha.

4. Maname Maname
Singer(s): Suchith Suresan, A.V. Pooja

Easily the best track of the album & Thaman’s best in the recent times. Suchith & Pooja powerfully delivered the verses of, Yugabhrathi. The track is filled with lots of motivational verses & it sounds too good when, Pooja utters, ‘Karai sera odam neeyo..dhisai maari pogindraayo.. maname.’ Albeit, the theme resembles to Rahman’s, Santhosa Kannere from ‘Uyire’ the song does stand out effectively.

Pick(s) of the album - Aeti Enga Pora, Maname