August 11, 2007

Bheema - Music by Harris Jeyaraj

Bheema Music Review

1. Ragasiya Kanavugal-Hariharan , Madhushree
2. Mudhal Mazhai-Prasanna, Hariharan, Mahathi
3. Oru mugamo-Krish, Naresh Iyer
4. Enadhuyirae- Chinmayi, Sadhna Sargam, Sowmya Rao, Nikhil Mathew
5. Siru paarvayalae- Karthik, Harini
6. Rangu rangamma-Vijay Yesudoss, Kailash Kher, Swarnalatha
7. Mudhal mazhai-Prasanna, Hariharan, Mahathi

Mudhal Mazhai - A feel good song sung by Hariharan & Mahathi. Mahathi's voice has been utilized well in this song.Like this one. (Just dont bother the starting sound thats strikingly similar to the Ah AAh BGM Theme music No:11)

Ragasiya Kanavugal - A soft enjoyable love song rendered clearly by Hariharan & Madhusree. Makes me think someone else with a more melodious female voice could have been chosen for female lead,especially since the hangover of her voice in Uankul naane (Pachai Killi Muthucharam) lasts.
The chorus for this simple tune makes it very catchy.

Rangu Rangamma - A folk number.Nothing new in this - except that there is a liberal amount of Rahman's "Veerapandi Kotayile" (Thiruda Thiruda) in the interlude.

Siru Paarvayalae - A fast song in trademark Harris' style we are very well used to.Another thatfollows the recent trend in TFM of starting with arabic (or other weird) words.

Enadhuyirae begins with sounds that reminds of starting bits 'ti du ta du du' from 'Konjam Mainakale' - Kandukondain Kandukondain & 'Nathiye' - Rhythm.
A slow melody sung primarily by Sadhana Sargam & Nikhil Mathew (The Airtel super singer winner).The way Nikhil's voice has been used make it seem so much like Naresh Iyers' in Mayilirage (Ah Aah) .
!:40-1:55 resembles so much -> "Onna iruntha nyabagatha nejodu sethuvachu
thaniya irukom valliya mattum thaniya anibavicha" from Paakatha - (Aaru)
Didn't impress me.

Oru Mugamo sounds more of the back ground music type for Vikram.The background beats used
are too familiar.Harris could have used some newer unheard loops.

Bheema songs are not a total let down for me.Ragasiya & Mudhal Mazhai are my pick.



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