Thursday, December 06, 2007

Blogswara - 4 - Dec-12-2007





Song: Eri Venal (Malayalam)
Lyrics: Sreeja Balraj
Music: Praveenkrishna G
Singer: Divya S Menon



Song: Kaathirundhen (Tamil)
Lyrics, Music: Vijay S
Singer: Murali Ramanathan, Sindhuja Bhaktavatsalam
Orchestration: Ajit Gopalakrishnan
Rhythm Programming: Bharath Venkatesan
Mixing: Nandu Mahadevan



Song: The Rain (Hindi)
Vocals, Lyrics, Composition: Kamini Natarajan
Lyrics, Composition: Uma Natarajan
Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Programming: Andrew Behla
Violin: Deepak Ramapriyan
Supporting Music: Jojo and Dean



Song: Aanakal Ompathu (Malayalam)
Lyrics: Preethy
Music: Joseph Thomas (Jo)
Orchestration: Nishanth Mani
Mixing: Nandu Mahadevan
Singer: Sreekanth



Song: Ithu Varai Enn (Tamil)
Lyrics & vocals: Ramesh Chellamani
Music: Nandu Mahadevan
Guitars: Anup Nandialath



Song: Tu Kahaan (Hindi)
Lyrics: Karthik Chandan
Music: Jay Krishnan
Singer: Shiva



Song: 20:20 (Instrumental)
Composer: Vijay

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Anonymous said...

Hi ,
the songs are great...where can i get to hear all the songs...
karthik

Vijay said...

Hello!

This is Vijay S (kaathhirundhaen-BLS4).

Sorry for the rather late response. Have been on vacation for a little while and been connecting to the Net only intermittently, hence couldn't write earlier.

Many thanks for your very encouraging comments on the BLS site and also on Sindhu's blog. It was indeed very heartening to note that you had made mention of not just the music but the words as well.

I must also mention here that it was thanks to Ajit's orchestration and Bharath's rhythms that the song assumed its final and definite shape, into which Sindhu and Murali breathed life with their mellifluous voices. And of course, how can I not mention Nandu, who did a wonderful job of mixing, giving the short span of time he had!

Glad you liked our song!

Thanks, once again.

Rgds.
Vijay.

Vijay said...

Oops! Just noticed it.

The last line of the fourth paragraph must read, " . . . given the short span of time he had" and not as it appears there.

Rgds.
Vijay.