6.14.2007

Kaadhalukku Mariyaadhai - Background Score

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19 comments:

Anonymous said...

good work

krubha said...

good to see u activ again. Keep going. All the best

Naren said...

very nice blog.. i am going to go back and read all your bg reviews now. never seen or heard anyone dissect and elaborate on bg's like this before. made me relive the whole movie and the scenes in under 5mins.. keep up th egood work

Anonymous said...

waste of time

Mukesh said...

GOOD ANALYSIS....

IT WILL BE GOOD IF DOWNLOAD LINKS FOR THIS BGM IS PROVIDED...

anu said...

dear mr. suresh kumar,
i dont have words to praise you. your command in english helps us to assimilate the feelings of ir music without listening to it. excellent stuff and you provide the written orchestration of kadulaku mariyadhai back ground music.
keep going. thanks a lot for bringing out such an excellent review.
logesh aravindan

Suresh Kumar said...

anon-1: Thank you

Krubha: Thank you very much.

Naren: Thank you. Do let me know how you felt about other write-ups on background scores

Suresh Kumar said...

anon-2: :-)

Mukesh: Thank you. Next time I will provide the links.

Anu: Thank you for ur comments. Keep watching this space for more.

Aravindan said...

Wonderful.... Its one of my fav movie BGM's... esp the climax.... Happy to read this... Thank you!!

Aravindan.

Suresh Kumar said...

aravindan - thank you

logesh said...

hey mr. suresh,
now i listened to the music simultaneously reading ur notes. you are a genius, no more words. it is mind boggling to see your blog and its interpretation of my raja sir's music so minutely and frame by frame. really you are a genius. hats off to you

Suresh Kumar said...

logesh - thankyou very much. i can understand how much u love IR's music

Shankar said...

Suresh, the piece where the two families unite is simply the best melody score I have heard in my life..When I ripped the BGM I named it as "Vasanthapravagam"..That's the feeling I get...The other piece that's so apt is when Vijay drops Shalini in the bus stand...The synth piano flourishes in that scene can only be done by our dear "Mottaiyan"...Very nice review by yourselves as well..

Suresh Kumar said...

Shankar - thanks for ur comments and 'Vasanthapravagam' nice name...

Rajmohan said...

Awesome Suresh!!!
I have never come across such a dissection of music, and especially the BGM that I cherish. It's similar to move by move analysis of a chess game by Kasparov. You simply rock!
I have seen the malayalam version of KM, did not see any life in that movie. IR is the difference, as you have dissected.

Keep doing your BGM analysis.

Can you please consider dissecting the BGM of the movie "Mannan"?

Suresh Kumar said...

Rajmohan - Thanks. I am planning for an analysis on Guna background score. anyqay will chk out 'Mannan' also.

bgm_lover said...

I randomly ran across your blog and have to say - amazing job..I always wondered why arent ppl concenrating on BGM's. Raja has done so much work and you have analyzed it so well. For a moment it felt like reading my own thoughts..Hats of to u dude...superb job..Keep those coming..I know u have a list - one of them I recently came across was the scene in Mouna Ragam where Karthik jumps from the jeep in the traffic light escaping from the cops and running- mind blowing violin piece!!

Suresh Kumar said...

bgm_lover - Thanks. Yeah, i know that piece. It is a fast running violin piece aptly sounding the rhythm in the action on the visuals

Saturn said...

Quite an ordinary review with hardly any technical analysis in it.