Kayal Songs Review
Prabhu solomon and Imman, a winning combo comes again to try for a hat-trick. Lets see how far the music come out from the combo.
1) Paravaya Parakkurom
Imman tried a orchestric music with different instruments make it a grand one, be it drums, be it guitars follows a rhythmic short sound like a train music which make the song electric and rock beat. Haricharan voice an another plus for this travel song.
2) Yengirinthu Vandaayo
Singers: Shreya Ghoshal
A Long pitch flute and then a solo female voice, enough to give the required feel for the song. Shreya, no words, clear fluent singing make you mesmerise. Though few portions make you remember the koodamela song, feel & vocal of the song, make a tie.
3) Koodave Varamaathiri
Singers: Alphons Joseph
A very slow lyric narrative song with light bgm make out a soulful number. Alphonse voice with echo strike a strong appeal.
4) Yen Aala Paakkaporen
Singers: K.G. Ranjith, Shreya Ghoshal
Initial guitar and the keyboard gives the instant like follows the shreya vocal like abreeze where you will be blown out along the way. A slow yet perfect duet with lead voice make you to put the song in repeat mode.
5) Unna Ippo Paakkanum
Singers: Haricharan, Vandana Srinivasan
Another slow melody from the album. Lyrics are catchy and acoustic guitar throughout the song make you shake the head for the tune.
6) Deeyalo Deeyala
A folk number in the album with rhythmic tune and tradional instruments tempt you to dance on the floor. Deeyaalo Deeyaalo tune in our ears for long time even after the closure.
7) Yenga Pulla Irukka
Starts with Balram’s vocal and yugabharathi’s thristing lyrics striks the chord strongly. with a piano & flute, imman played well cleverly and the chrous portions gives enough feel. Undoubdtly the song of the album. Towards the end, notes are in grand manner.
Listen to the songs here : http://www.studioflicks.com/audio-songs/juke-box/kayal-movie-songs/