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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Mannil Intha kaathal song lyrics and keyboard notes

Movie : Keladi Kanmani
Song  : Mannil intha

Keladi Kanmani  is a (1990) Tamil film directed by Vasanth, starring noted playback singer SP Balasubrahmanyam and Radhika. It is noted for its dramatic performances and for SP Balasubrahmanyam's rendition of a famous song Mannil Indha Kaadhal: the singer/actor SPB sang this song (over three minutes long) without pausing for breath, and was considered for the Guinness Record.

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Friday, March 27, 2009

Lyrics - pacha panamthathe

Movie :Nottam
Singer : K.J Yesudas
Music : M.Jayachandran
Lyrics : Kaithapram & Ponkunnam Ramachandran
Year : 2005

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Kalabham tharaam lyrics - Vadakkum Nathan

Movie Name: Vadakkum Nathan (2005)
Singer: Biju Narayanan
Music Director: Raveendran
Lyrics: Kaithapram
Year: 2005
Producer: Baba Movies
Director: Shajoon Karyal
Actors: Balchandra Menon, Biju Menon, Kalabhavan Mani, Mohanlal, 

Ideal song for competitons... excellent rendition from Biju Menon.

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Thankmanssu Ammamanassu lyrics - Raapakal

Singer: Jayachandran P
Music Director: Mohan Sithara
Lyrics: Kaithapram
Year: 2005
Producer: Howly Potter
Director: Kamal
Actors: Mammootty,Nayan thara,Sharada

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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Pichai Paathiram lyrics and keyboard notes - Naan Kadavul

Movie : Naan Kadavul
Song   : Pichai Paathiram

Naan Kadavul (I am God) is a Tamil film was released on February 6, 2009. The movie was directed by BalaArya and Pooja play the lead roles. Filmed in Tamil, the plot is based in the holy town of Kasi .Arya and Pooja play the lead role in Naan Kadavul. The movie, which has been in the making for over 3 years has generated immense interest among movie buffs as the previous 3 movies of Bala have been path breaking and have haunted the audience. The film portrays the life of an Aghori sadhu.Music by the mastero Ilayaraja grinds even a stone studded heart.

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Ananda Thandavam - poovinai song lyrics and keyboard notes

AnandaTandavam  is a Tamil film adaptation of  the SujathaRangarajan  serialized novel Pirivom Santhippom, directed by A.R. Gandhi Krishna and produced by Oscar V. Ravichandran of Aascar Films.Based on a heart-binding novel of romance penned by Late Writer Sujatha in his ‘Pirivom Santhipom’, Gandhi Krishna’s ‘Ananda Thandavam’ is all set for March’s release. The visual promos have been so trenchantly showcased picking everyone’s attention .
Here’s Director Gandhi Krishna says it would be a film overwhelming with pretty-pretty romance with poetic touch. For sure, this film would urge everyone to fall in love; for those already in love; it’s an ever-cherishing recital and precisely, a solacing piece of work for the victimized souls in love failures. Poovinai song is sung by srinivas and shreya goshal.

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Veerapandi kotayile lyrics and keyboard notes

Movie : Thiruda Thiruda

Thiruda Thiruda  is a Tamil film comedy directed by the acclaimed film maker Mani Ratnam, and scripted by Ram Gopal Varma, yet another iconic Indian film maker. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by A. R. Rahman.

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Monday, March 23, 2009

Chinna chinna aasai lyrics and music notes

Song     : Chinna chinna aasai  Movie    : Roja 

Roja  (1992) is a Tamil film directed by Mani Ratnam. The film was subsequently dubbed in HindiMalayalamMarathi, and Telugu.The film won three National Film Awards, including Best Film on National Integration, catapulting Ratnam to national acclaim. The film also gained international acclaim with its nomination for Best Film at the Moscow International Film Festival. The film was recently re-released for international audiences in light of the growing fear of terrorist attacks across the world. It is considered as one of the best films from the Indian film industry in the 1990s.

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Thursday, March 19, 2009

A.R.Rahman songs download - Down the years

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Kizhakku Cheemayile
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Pudhiya Mugam
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Thiruda Thiruda
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May Madham
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Pudhiya Mannargal
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Manidha Manidha
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Kaadhal Desam
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Love Birds
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Mr. Romeo
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Minsara Kanavu
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Mona Lisa
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En SwaasaKaatre
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Kaadhalar Dhinam
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Taj Mahal
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Alai Paayuthey
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Kandukonden Kandukonden
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Alli Arjuna
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Parthale Paravasam
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Kadhal Virus
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Kannathil Muthamittal
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Enakku 20 Unakku 18
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Kangalal Kaidhu Sei
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Ayutha Ezhuthu
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Ah Aah
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Sillendru Oru Kaadhal
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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Thenral vandhu ennai lyrics & keyboard notes

Movie : Thendrale Ennai Thodu 
Song    : Thenral  vandhu
I am trying to unearth Illayaraja's gems. My quest (through many forums and blogs) led me to his soundtrack for Thendrale ennai thodu.Of all the Ilayaraja albums that I know of, this is easily one of the most innovative. The composition of tunes, the orchestra, the raagams that he has used...his brilliance cannot be described in words... 

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Monday, March 16, 2009

13B/yaavarum nalam songs download

The music of the horror flick 13 B has been composed by Shankar, Ehsaan and Loy and the songs are composed by Shankar- Ehsaan-Loy and lyrics of the songs are by Neelesh Misra.A remixed version by DJ Gulraj Singh of the song is also present that is short version but it conveys the thrill factor of the film and sound of harmonica and background beats are fast and high.‘Oh Sexy Mama’ – A hip hop number ‘Oh Sexy Mama’ is an energetic and fun to hear. The song is by Baba Sehgal and Anushka Manchanda and background support is by Loy. The remixed version of the song has been done DJ Shane.Theme – The instrumental in the end of the album is a combination of background sound that will be heard in the movie to enhance horror feature of the movie. Instruments like synthesizer and piano can be heard in the song.The movie is based on supernatural phenomena and the sounds have been introduced to enhance scary sounds.This movie is titled as "yaavarum Nalam" in Tamil.

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Sarvam songs download

 Yuvan  Shankar Raja is on a roll with his third straight hit with this tamil cinema Sarvam. The tamil movie music director does a fabulous job when he is not caught up with creating music for hero dominated movies which has little room for creativity. Yuvan Shankar Raja is at his best when he is allowed to do what he is good at , which is creating quality music.Sarvam is a highly stylish western album.

It has following songs,
1. Adada Vaa Asathala
2. Neethanae
3. Sutta Suriyanae
4. Kaatrukullai 
5. Siragugal 

out of which, Adada vaa asathala is an exceptional mix of Jazzy-Rock with Maestro Illayaraja's colossal voice makes it all swaying from alpha till omega.

Friday, March 13, 2009

En Iniya Pon nilave keyboard notes and lyrics

Song : En Iniya Pon nilave
Movie : Moodupani

This romantic and melodious song was sung by K.J.Yesudas for the Tamil movie " Moodupani" (1980) and it has ever remained very popular. The music was composed by Ilaiyaraja and the lyrics were by Gangai Amaran. The main actors were Pothan and Shobha. The film direction was by Balu Mahendra.

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Monday, March 9, 2009


Biography -  compiled by srinivasan (Regular visitor of this Blog)

Allah Rakha Rahman was born A.S.Dileep Kumar on the 6th of January in the year 1966, in Madras, to a musically affluent family. His father K.A.Sekhar was an arranger and conductor in Malayalam movies and had worked under the likes of Salil Chowdhary and Devarajan. Dileep started learning the piano at the tender age of four. 

At the age of 9, his father passed away following a mysterious illness with rumours abounding that he was the victim of black magic by his rivals. The pressure of supporting his family fell on Dileep. At he age of 11, he joined Illaiyaraja's troupe as a keyboard player. It was his mother Kareema Begum
who encouraged him to follow in his father's footsteps. But all this had an adverse affect on his education. Infrequent attendance and an unaccommodative management forced him to shift schools from the prestigious Padma Seshadri Bal Bhavan to the Madras Christian College and finally he dropped out of school altogether.

In 1988, one of his sisters fell seriously ill and numerous attempts to cure her failed. Her condition progressively worsened. The family had given up all hope when they came in contact with a Muslim Pir - Sheik Abdul Qadir Jeelani or Pir Qadri as he was popularly known. With his prayers and
blessings, Dileep's sister made a miraculous recovery. Rattled by the bad experience and influenced by the teachings of the Pir, the entire family converted to Islam. Thus A.S.Dileep Kumar became Allah Rakha Rahman.

Musical background:
He also played on the orchestra of M.S.Vishwanathan and Ramesh Naidu and accompanied Zakir Hussain and Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan on world tours. All this experience enabled him to earn a scholarship to the famed Trinity College of Music at Oxford University from where he obtained a degree in Western Classical Music. After he returned he continued to be a part of various music troupes. He was also a part of local rock bands like Roots, Magic and Nemesis Avenue where he performed with his future colleagues like Ranjit Barot and Sivamani.

Career in Ads:
Vizi Manuel, the lead keyboard player in Illaiyaraja's troupe, advised him to try other alternatives like advertising. Fortunately for Dileep he soon got his first break in advertising when he was asked to compose the jingle to promote Allwyn's new Trendy range of watches, in 1987. The ads were a success and Dileep's work in them was appreciated. Dileep moved full time into advertising as a few offers came his way. Thus began Dileep's 5-year saga in advertising where he went on to compose more than 300 jingles. Rahman did a lot of popular ads like those for Parry's, Leo Coffee, Boost featuring Sachin
Tendulkar and Kapil Dev, Titan, Premier Pressure Cooker, Hero Puch and Asian Paints. The jingles that he composed for the Leo Coffee ad starring Aravind Swamy and the Asian Paints ad directed by Rajeev Menon also won him awards and recognition. He also won an award for composing the theme music of the Madras Telugu Academy's Spirit of Unity Concerts.

In 1989, he started a small studio of his own, called Panchathan Record Inn, attached to his house. This would later develop into one of India's most well equipped and advanced recording studios. In his established state of the art sound and recording studio he began experimenting in sound engineering, design and production. He also began a collection of sound samples, creating one of the most  comprehensive sonic libraries in Asia. Earlier

Non-film work:
During his stint in advertising, he released his first album, of Muslim devotional songs, titled `Deen Isai Malai'. This was followed by `Set Me Free', an album of English songs which was the launch album of singer Malgudi Subha, by Magnasound, where Dileep set the songs to tune. Both the albums went unnoticed in the market. 

At an advertising awards function he chanced upon a young man receiving the award for the best ad jingle which he had composed for the popular Leo Coffee ad. At the party that followed the awards presentation ceremony Maniratnam was introduced to the young composer by his cousin Sharada Trilok
of Trish Productions for whose company the young man had worked. Mani requested for a sample of his wares. The composer readily complied and invited the director over to his studio where he played out a tune that he had been pushed into composing by his school friend G.Bharat alias Bala who had been greatly disturbed by the Cauvery river tensions. Mani was hooked instantly. He signed on the composer to score the music for his next film which was to be produced by the veteran Tamil director K.Balachander. That film was Roja. That tune would become the song "Tamizha Tamizha". Rahman became a household name in Tamil Nadu overnight and the score of `Roja' was the first step in changing the face of Indian film music. `Roja' won every conceivable award in music that year. Rahman
also got the Rajat Kamal for best music director at the National Film Awards , the first time ever by a debutante. He left ads and moved into film music full time.

In the five years since Roja, he has created music for blockbuster Indian films including Roja, Pudhiya Mugam, Gentleman, Kizhaku Seemaiyilae, Duet, Kadalan, Bombay, May, Madham, Indian, Muthu kadhal Dasam, Love Birds and others. His 1995 soundtrack for Bombay crossed 5 million units and Rahman
had arrived as the "King of Indian Pop" with sales of more than 40 million albums over a period of 3 years.

Playback singing:
In the movie "Bombay" Rahman formally took to playback singing. Rahman had lent his voice to his compositions earlier too but they had been part of the chorus or bit pieces like `Marhaba' in `Urvashi' in `Kadhalan' or background pieces and interludes like `Yelelo' in `Chinna Chinna Aasai' in `Roja'. But
`Hamma Hamma' in `Bombay' was Rahman's first complete song.

Vande Mataram:
In 1996, when Rahman had gone to Bombay to attend the Screen Awards ceremony, he met his childhood friend G.Bharat. During this meeting both had discussed a proposal for an album to commemorate 50 years of Indian Independence in 1997. In 1997, the International music giant, Sony Music, whose portfolio included the likes of Michael Jackson, entered the Indian market in a big way. They were looking to promote Indian artistes internationally. And the first person to be signed up by Sony Music from the Indian sub-continent was A.R.Rahman, on a 3-album contract. Rahman suggested the idea that he had discussed with Bharat to Sony Music India and was immediately accepted. Called
`Vandemataram', it was a tribute to the motherland and featured songs to mark the 3 colours of the Indian Flag. `Vandemataram' was released simultaneously in 28 countries across the world under the prestigious Columbia Label of Sony Music on August 15th 1997. Rahman himself performed live at Vijay Chowk in New Delhi on the eve of the Golden Jubilee of Indian Independence to a packed audience that
comprised of the Prime Minister of India. The album was a mega success and sold over 1.2 million copies in India and did reasonably well internationally too.

Artistes & inspirations:
At the age of 32, Rahman has already worked with internationally reputed artistes like Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Apache Indian, Zakir Hussain, Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan, Dominic Miller, L.Shankar, Kadri Gopalnath, Vikku Vinayakram, Ustad Sultan Khan and Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt among many others. Rahman
has in collaborations with artists such as L. Shankar, Zakir Hussain, David Byrne, Talvin Singh and Apache Indian - both recording and on tour. On a recent trip to India, David Byrne met Rahman and was so impressed that he went on to record some sessions with Rahman for a project he is currently completing (as yet unreleased). Rahman lists among his favourites Bach, Mozart, Beethoven,
Carpenters, Carnatic, Rock and fusion.

He credits all his inspiration and success to Allah,now popularly said as "Ella Pugazhum Iraivanukkey" (Tamil)

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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

AR Rahman's Biography - The living legend of Music

Since Roja hit movie screens in South India in 1992, A.R. Rahman has been redefining the country's widely popular film music. Generally regarded as the finest Indian film composer of his time (and certainly the most commercially successful), Rahman produced music for nearly 35 wide-screen releases during his first five years in the industry. He has worked with many of his country's brightest music stars and a growing list of international luminaries like Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Zakir Hussain, L. Shankar, Apache Indian, and David Byrne. 

Born A.S. Dileep Kumar on January 6th, 1966, in Madras, India, Allah Rakha Rahman was exposed to music from the time he was a child, entered in classical piano studies by his parents at the age of four. At 16, he quit school and was following in his father's footsteps (K.A. Sekhar was a successful film musician, arranger, and conductor himself), working full-time as a session musician on soundtracks under the popular South Indian composer Illaiyaraja. The monotony soon grew tiring however, and at the suggestion of a colleague, Rahman tried his hand at television commercials, eventually composing over 300 jingles in just five years. It wasn't until 1989 that Rahman planted the first seeds of his film career. That year, he began acquiring the equipment and organizing the sound library for his Panchathan Record Inn. When Sharada Trilok's ad for Leo Coffee (for which Rahman penned the music) won her an award, she introduced the young composer to her cousin, Mani Ratnam. Impressed with his work, the director signed Rahman to compose the music for K. Balachander's 1992 film Roja. Rahman's score, a colorful, uncluttered combination of pop, rock, reggae, and his country's traditional music, reshaped the genre, winning him three awards for Best Music Director. Roja became the equivalent of an Indian crossover success. Originally filmed in South Indian Tamil, it was re-dubbed (and its soundtrack re-recorded) in Hindi, the language of North India's famous film center "Bollywood." His star on the rise, Rahman proceeded to compose music for six films in 1993 and nine in 1994 including the score for Ratnam's Bombay (1995), the story of a Hindu/Muslim marriage in a time of heated relations between the two cultures. Rahman's score displayed a characteristic (and appropriate) disregard for the confines of culture, be they Eastern or Western, once again mixing traditional and modern elements. Bombay was hugely successful and the movie's theme was featured on Talvin Singh's Soundz of the Asian Underground compilation. Rahman became the first Indian artist to sign with Sony Music, negotiating a three-year contract in 1997. His premier release for the label, Vande Mataram (his first collection of non-film music), was a tribute to India, commemorating 50 years of the country's independence. The album reached record stores in 28 countries on August 15th of that year. Rahman finally seemed poised on the brink of the international success he desired. Performances were booked in Europe, Canada, and the United States during the final years of the century and a session was arranged with singer David Byrne (owner of the Luaka Bop label and a Rahman fan).Andrew Lloyd Webber chose Rahman to compose the music for his Bombay Dreams, a musical based on the "Bollywood" film industry. The pair began work on the project in London during the second half of 2000.