Coke Studio India Season 3: Episode 1

August 24, 2013 | Format: MP3

$4.99
Song Title Artist
Time
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7:12
30
2
5:25
30
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7:29
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4:17
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5
6:45
30
6
5:09


Product Details

  • Original Release Date: August 17, 2013
  • Release Date: August 17, 2013
  • Label: Sony Music Entertainment
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  • Total Length: 36:17
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  • ASIN: B00EQRVHNC
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,199 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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What a great music by A.R. Rahman!!! All the songs in this album are exceptionally well. He has explored the mystical aspects of different types of music and composed without the usual restrictions of film music. Fusion music is at its best!!! Especially, Ennile Maha Oliyo, Soz O Salaam and Aao Balma will make your mind relax and the Buddhist chant in Zariya will elevate you to a different level.
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By Sanjay Shankar on November 5, 2013
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There isn't anything that I am going to say that hasn't been said about this album already. I have been waiting for a non-film ARR album for a long time. This makes it worth the wait!!

In Zariya, the buddhist chant leading to the very pleasant Zariya followed by the Jordanian flavor gets me everytime.

Aao Balma is a beautiful combination of hindustani singing by Ustad and his family. The carnatic style guitar from Prasanna and the percussions from Sivamani are all top class.

The two Tamil tracks are both very good as well. There is a bonus song 'Soz O Salaam' which wasn't shown on TV. It was very interesting to follow that short song and enjoy the minor turns it makes as it moves from octave to octave.

The only track that didn't quite work for me was the Bengali number. Even that wasn't too bad. I just find myself skipping it every time to get to the more enjoyable tracks.

All in all, another feather in Rahman's cap.
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Every song in this is a gem. The music speaks for itself... I bought happiness for lifetime. You listen to it for the first time and then after the songs make you listen to them for the remaining time of your life.. :)
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The album represents an amazing breadth of musical traditions featuring - Budhist Chanting, Jordanian melody, hindustani vocals, carnatic guitaring and the absolutely wonderful Sivamani on the percussions. Of course, the now standard continuum fingerboard and the harpejji are also featured. The album is exotic, melodious, traditional, philosophical, contemporary and varied all at the same time. People with an ear only for popular film music might like it less.
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The album represents an amazing breadth of musical traditions featuring - Budhist Chanting, Jordanian melody, hindustani vocals, carnatic guitaring and the absolutely wonderful Sivamani on the percussions. Of course, the now standard continuum fingerboard and the harpejji are also featured. The album is exotic, melodious, traditional, philosophical, contemporary and varied all at the same time. People with an ear only for popular film music might like it less.
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