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Raman Thediya Seethai Music Review
 
Music review By Malathy Sundaram
Starring: Cheran, Nitin Satyaa and Pasupathy in the lead roles along with 5 heroines. The story appears to centre on Cheran, who has trouble finding a suitable wife because of his past. Padmapriya, Karthika , Vimala Raman and Ramya Nambeesan also figure in the movie. Vidyasagar has scored the music for the film. This is his next venture after ‘Muniyandi Vilangiyal Moonraamandu’. Six songs have been tuned by him. How creative is this album? Let us check it out.
Raman Thediya Seethai Music Review

DJ DJ Disca Podu…
Vocals: Dayal, Suchitra
Lyrics: P.Vijay

The mandatory disco song, but rendered in a slower tempo. Benny Dayal brings a breeziness to the song. Plenty of English words of course, and a lot of by-now-familiar noises like panting, moaning etc. Very light lyrics. But what holds your attention here is the very brisk keyboard playing. Appears to be based on the raga Sindubairavi. But has some Arabian touch, too.

Raman Thediya Seethai Music Review
Ippave Ippave…
Vocals: Madhubalakrishnan, Harini
Lyrics: Vivega

The opening piece with keyboard and violin, with just a tinkle of guitar at the end, is very melodious. And Madhubalakrishnan with his soothing voice and Harini with her well-modulated one, embellish the song even more. Halfway through you have a delightful solo from the keyboard again giving a western touch to the raga. The pains associated with the emotion of love are lovingly dwelt upon here. A well crafted melody.



Mazhai Ninra Pinbum…

Vocals: Kalyani
Lyrics: Kabilan

The tentative, soft strains of the guitar at the beginning and the later violin sounds go well with the mood of the song—that of unexpressed love and the sweet yearning that goes with it. And the high pitched flute solo towards the middle plays along with the mood. The song seems to be set on the Kalyani scale(1 kattai). The singer’s voice seems just a trifle high pitched.



Enna Pulley Senje Nee…
Vocals: Vidyasagar
Lyrics: Jeyantha

A song with a native touch, with the sound of udukkai forming a distinct backdrop. Rendered in a slow tempo by Vidyasagar. The song seems to mourn someone who has flown away. The interludes, too, reflect the heartache well and are quite stylish. Again some nice violin. The raga, if it is Gowrimanohari (it sounds so) has been uniquely interpreted.



Vaanatthai vittu vittu

Vocals: Tippu
Lyrics: Yugabharathi

This song has a strong western feel to it in contrast to the one above, though based on Kiravani raga. The voice and the keyboards synchronize in certain places which is rather attractive to listen to. On and off we hear short shehnai like strains. And the violin sounds too are more western. Portrays the anguish of a man thwarted in life. Tippu’s articulation is clear, as is usual.




Nanba Nanba…

Vocals: Karthik
Lyrics: Jeyantha

After the sad songs, here comes a sweet little ditty in Sankarabaranam raga with words supposed to boost the sagging hero! The guitar chords which go “ri ga ga ri ga ga” and and ‘ni ri ri ni ri ri” so please the ear and end up with the bass guitar joining with another chord. Of course another shining violin piece!



Verdict:

After Alibaba and Muniyandi, Vidyasagar has thankfully come into the melody mode in this album. At least three songs are quite melodious. What deserves special mention here is the polished, professional handling of the keyboard and the violins. Can one look forward to more such melodies from him? And more variety in instruments can also add richness to his music.

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