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Nerungi Vaa Muthamidathe Songs Review

Nerungi Vaa Muthamidathe is an upcoming Indian Tamil-language road film written and directed by Lakshmy Ramakrishnan. After Sutta Kadhai, Madley Blues have scored the music for this film.

Kaligaalam(Shankar Mahadevan ,Lyrics: Harish Venkat, Thiyaru)

Shankar Mahadevan is definitely one among the best we have. The power in his voice, accuracy in the landing notes, ability to reach higher octaves and the control over the language can make any song extraordinary.

Hey Sutrum bhoomi(Harish Venkat, Mili Nair,Lyrics: Na Muthukumar)

With the strumming of the acoustic-guitar kicking in, Milli Nair's jazzed up rendition justifies the intended bliss of the composition. The rudiments on the toms give a fresh rhythmic approach. Harish's (one of the composers) rugged voice adds a whole new flavour.

Yaar( Nandini Srikar,Lyrics: Na Muthukumar)

An authentic rock song fused with the ragam Kaanada. Medley blues being a two piece band, their heavy on stage influence is obvious here. High on guitars and acoustic drumming, this is a tightly packed song neatly mastered.

Yaarum Paakkaama( Chinmayi,Lyrics: Na Muthukumar)

Violin is one instrument that can evoke comical elements. So, the sensual violin with a very catchy tune in the ragam Harikambhiji again and particularly the pace in the interludes instil celebration in us. Once again, Chinmayi proves her versatility for this vivacious track. The song sounds original and interpretable.



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