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Kayal Songs Review

After two extremely successful albums, D Imman and Prabhu Soloman is back again with Kayal. The expectations are high. Will the duo satisfy their fans?

Paravaya Parakkurom(Haricharan ,Lyrics: Yugabharathi)

The amazing Haricharan is given a template that allows his reverberating voice to hit the sky and come back. A proper rock song embellished with the violin parts, chorus and acoustic drums. Muted guitars, ghatam, harmonies during the lead and rhythmic synchronizations pack the song real tight.

Yengirinthu Vandaayo(Shreya Ghoshal,Lyrics: Yugabharathi)

There is always a winner when simple lyrics and Shreya Goshal collide. The heavy cello strokes along with high-pitched flute solos take you to an exploding juxtaposition of pain and outcry.

Koodave Varamaathiri( Alphons Joseph,Lyrics: Yugabharathi)

Alphonse Joesph’s rawness brings out the pain in the number. High production values like the echo levels in the voice, transposed chords and gentle xylophone give one more tearjerker.

Yen Aala Paakkaporen( K.G. Ranjith, Shreya Ghoshal,Lyrics: Yugabharathi)

A song that will instantly put a smile on your face. Shreya Goshal’s treble free voice with a highly accessible tune is bound to be a chart-buster. Guitar strums, ghatam and a softer Ranjith in the latter half of the song are a surprise.

Unna Ippo Paakkanum( Haricharan, Vandana Srinivasan,Lyrics: Yugabharathi)

With the acoustic guitar setting the tempo, Haricharan and Vandana Srinivasan follow the prelude right away. A fast paced melody treated with a powerful, yet progressive brass sections in the first BGM.

Deeyalo Deeyala(Gopu,Lyrics: Yugabharathi)

Resembling an impromptu folk song, this track is groovy and foot-tapping because of the tambourine. The brief piano in the middle is Imman’s genius. Toy versions of the recorders and clarinets animate the song differently.

Yenga Pulla Irukka(Balram,Lyrics: Yugabharathi)

The Soothing Vocal of Balram, grating grand piano, flawless flute and the angelic chorus sessions are purposefully used to make your eyes go moist. A killer track that is likely to grow on you, if given some time and space.

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