Yaan music review

Yaan music review

Music Reviews 12-May-2014 7:38 PM IST RM Comments

Remember 'Ko'???? The songs still top the charts of many music lovers and lets find out how the same team of RS Infotainment, Jiiva, Harris Jayaraj and Madhan Karky have done their best with Yaan that marks the debut directorial of cinematographer Ravi K Chandran.

Aathangara Orathil
Singer: Gaana Bala

Harris Jayaraj throws up a different treat to his fans as the album opens with Gaana Bala crooning a track. This is something new to the listeners, but in few places slightly reminiscences little lines from Vishal-Nayantara starrer 'En Anbe' from Sathyam to a small extent. But the voice of Gaana Bala dominates the track and few gimmicks in the percussions offer a new feel.

Hey Lamba Lamba
Singer: Devan Ekambaram & Divya Vijay

Harris gets back into his favourite zone of mixing various genres together and this time he comes with Devan Ekambaram and Divya Vijay to make it more appealing. The voices get more significance than instrumentals. This will set the dance floors on fire for its more energy.

Latcham Calorie
Singers: Arjun Menon & Chinmayi

Much alike other songs in the track, the choice of singers make this one emblazoned to a greater degree. Arjun Menon and Chinmayi embellish the track with their blessed voices. There is an exceptional work by Harris on instruments, which is quite evident during the interludes and preludes.

Nee Vandhu
Singers: Kay Kay, Bombay Jayarsi, N.S.K. Ramya

Be the singers or the composing style, the song excels in every panorama. It looks like Harris Jayaraj should have taken more time to compose this song as each and every details. Of course, with Ravi K Chandran extending his feat as visual director, there should be more prominence to this song here.

Nenje Nenje
Singers: Unni Krishnan, Chinmayi & Praveen Saivi

The album winds up with a sweet mellifluous song that soothes our senses with more abilities. Yet again, just like other songs the singers from different generations make this track more appealing. Unni Krishnan makes you go through a tranquilising phase as you listen to his portions and so is princess of voices - Chinmayi and the Kudo guy Praven Saivi.

Getting on with the overall analysis, 'Yaan' songs have a special package for Harris fans who have been inquisively waiting from their star musician for a Chartbuster. The songs are based on different genres and they sound perfect in its own ways catering to the taste of all audiences.

Verdict: Good, but not to the level of 'Ko'

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