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Neethaane En Ponvasantham (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

September 1, 2012 | Format: MP3

$7.92
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: September 1, 2012
  • Release Date: September 1, 2012
  • Label: Sony Music Entertainment
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  • Total Length: 42:00
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  • ASIN: B009474VGY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #242,985 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

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One of the best Indian film song albums in the new millennium!

Phenomenal melody rides on top class orchestration - the Indian Maestro's powerful score got nice enhancement by European musicians and the studio / technicians in London (Angel studios).

Highly recommended to all music lovers - not just lovers of Indian Film music! This is jazzy work with strong Indian melody and some rich western ideas :-)
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Do not buy this album with the mindset that it is going to be the greatest Ilaiyaraaja album ever. The internet is full of fanboys who will swear it is. That might disappoint you a little (as I was). That said, this is still a bunch of very good songs that stay true to the genre of Tamil film OSTs.

The only complaint I have is with the very heavy orchestra in some songs in some places. For example, in 'Sattru Munbu', there are places where the orcehstra and the choir completely drown out the main singer. I thought I'd never ever find that in an Ilaiyaraaja song.

Enjoy!
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Download was a breeze and the audio quality is as expected.Plays great on headphones and car stereo.

For the Album:
Heavily hyped and anticipated album. Delivers. Even the songs like "Pudikkala mamu" that fail to impress on first hearing tend to grow on you.
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Few refreshing tunes, some old format tunes but totally fresh orchestration. Ilayaraja songs generally get into your heart and mind (or not at all), but this album grows in you. We need more such album to keep Indian music at higher level.

4 star only because lyrics sucks.

Looking forward for next Ilayaraja-GVM album.
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For those of you interested in Indian 'Light music' (Bollywood music for the rest of you!), this album is a great buy.
Composed by Ilaiyaraja, these 8 songs feature a variety of genres fused together, while still retaining the melody & the orchestration that he has been well-known for. The pick of the album, in my opinion, would be 'Mudhal Murai', followed closely by 'Yennodu Vaa Vaa'.

'Pudikale Mamu' is probably the weakest number in this album. Every song features wonderful interludes with contrputal themes, allowing for delightful surprises over repeated hearings. Most importantly, the rich sounds brought wonderfully alive by the Budapest Orchestra evoke memories of a bygone era music - where live rich intrumental sounds ruled the roost, before giving way to synthesised (but more accessible) music. Incidentally, the first verse of 'Yennodu Vaa Vaa' features orchestral strings while the second one features synthesized sounds. Was Ilayaraja just portraying the passage of time? or was he mischievously trying to juxtapose the quality of the two while playing the same melody? The album is full of such delightful treats!
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If you are like me, a hardcore Ilayaraaja fan, as well as european classical and rock style guitar work, this album is for you! I've always been amazed by how nicely Ilayaraaja has always blended the European classical style string movements into Tamil film music. His violins have always been mesmerizing and he has taken his listeners to new heights with this album. While the songs are less "tamil-like", they are still a huge delight to listen to. My favorites (in order): Kaatrai Konjam, Ennodu Vaa Vaa, Mudhal Murai, and Saaynthu Saaynthu. Beautiful symphonic interludes in Mudhal Murai; wonderful classic rock style drumming and guitar work in Kaatrai Konjam, soulful arrangement in Saaynthu, and a delightfully light musical score in Ennodu are all treats for every listener! Way to go Raaja sir! You've proven once again that you are certainly capable of every genre of music that's out there. You've also shown to all of us that you always give PLENTY of instrumental music in every song, no matter how short or long the song turns out to be.
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