Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Grave Crime


A grave crime happened years back. Yes.

A "ratchasan" did an extraordinary composition and arrangement very ordinarily. And the singer gave her whole life into it.




So, where is the crime? How did this escape the eyes ears of "National Award" committee?

Hm..

5 comments:

inoruvan said...

Note the Prelude piano & violins in the song..wud sound exactly like the as water flows Amazing.....None other then this genius can compose such like that...Many of his BGM in the song wud apt with the picturisation unlike today.As RD burman says this god!! Raaja is ahead of his time..(getting gossebumps here while writing this :-))
Flute in the first interlude is an indeed raja's magic...this is one of the very few good song of swarnalatha where she dint eat much of the words.

என். சொக்கன் said...

Eyes? You mean, Ears, Right? :)

- என். சொக்கன்,
பெங்களூர்.

Emjay said...

Welcome Sokkan. Thanks for correcting, my bad!

Innoruvan - Woww.... This song just takes me to a new plane and makes me just ecstatic. Every time I hear this song, I feel like some cleansing happening in my mind and body and a sense of "purity".

Nithya Swaminathan said...

It is okay to make mistakes, as long as you don't repeat them. But this same f***ing crime happened for atleast 20 yrs. Thats giving a very conservative estimate. Screw the national awards committee!

முருகேஷ் said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Y45g1bXR2o

Ratchasan's score in Telugu version of "Raatchasan"