Ala Barfi! - Right from the first moment when you hear the whistle, you know this song is all about fun! A narrative of the alleged 'sad' life of Barfi, the song takes a lighter take on the situation rather than brooding over it (Sanjay Leela bhansali, take note). There are 2 versions of this … Continue reading Barfi! Music review…almost
ये पोस्ट सबसे पहले यहाँ छपी है - The complete track listing and credits and an option to buy can be found here 1. Jiya ho bihar – The song starts with faint ‘thaaps’ as if a traditional song but soon is joined by electric guitars and then the techno arrangement leads us to the very … Continue reading Gangs of Wasseypur – Music review (Ok…Almost!)
Somewhat weird promos and an over emotive 'hero' arrested the attention. May be YRF is trying hard to sound 'raw', I thought. I heard the album and well... Ishaqzade - The title song (giving you an intense 'Udaan' sound) starts a gentle 'bigoool' starts the song in way as to tell us something big is … Continue reading Ishaqzaade – Music review…Almost!
There was a time when I used to feel Vishal Shekhar (hereafter referred at times as VS) are the hope for hindi film music. Then so many similar soundtracks happened and it all faded away. I was (Still am) vocal of their 'same sound'. The soundtrack of 'Kahaani' gives me a gentle punch by showcasing … Continue reading Kahaani – Music review
What can one 'blog' about Mirza? Absolutely Nothing. Just wanted to register it here, that I thank God for his kindness that I was born in an era (with hearing, seeing and understanding faculties), when I was able to come across Ghalib sahab's work. How can I not mention Maalik (Gulzar) who made it possible … Continue reading Mirza Ghalib
Yes, it's here. The much awaited (Ok not much awaited album but what the heck!). Let's hear it all out shall we? 1. Chikni Chameli - A rehash of a popular Marathi Song. Yep no points for guessing it because the beginning is pleasantly very very 'Marathi'. Never been a fan of such songs but … Continue reading AgneePath – Music review
This album has come out long time back I guess. Still it’s my blog I will write whatever I want to 🙂 Jokes apart, Kshitij Tarey (KT) has been a favorite because of the sheer ease with which he sings. While I continue to hum the track number 3 and 4 (which are the pick … Continue reading Ae Dosheeza – Kshitij Tarey