Posts Tagged ‘Music’
Blip.fm is a microblogging service very similar to Twitter, but lets the user attach full streaming songs to their posts.
Blip.fm turns you a virtual DJ - whatever you share becomes available to the community and others can listen, bookmarks and give you props (tokens of respect that can be given from one DJ to another).
When you signup, you are wired to DJs with a similar musical taste. Also you can buy the MP3 from Amazon, directly from the posts. Thus unlike Twitter, Blip.fm is microblogging with a focus on the musical community.
Better of the remix-mania!
In the recent times, taking a semi-old song out-of-the-box and giving it a shiny look, just to be called a ‘remix’ - is a trend in the Tamil film industry.
While the signal-to-noise ratio is very low, this is one among many, that I find interesting. Hope you like i too…
Vethalaya Potendi - Billa (Tamil) - Ajith
Tags: Music, Tamil remix-mania
Wonderful fusion… OOps, not Oracle’s
I especially love the final swara varisai…
My Current Playlist
June Ponal - Unnale Unnale
Vannam Konda - Sigaram
Keeravani - Movie unknown (SPB-Ilayaraja)
Smells like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
Hey Jude - Beatles
Unakkenna Mele Nindrai - Simla Special
Top 10 Tamil Songs - in no specific order
The list and the comments are my own opinions. Nowhere to compare them or hurt anyone’s sentiments. Also this list only contains songs after the mid-80’s.
1. Kannae Kalaimane (Moondram Pirai)
In this movie, Kamal sings this song as a lullaby to Sridevi. Even in reality, the song is so mellifluous that it qualifies to be a lullaby of its own kind. Ilayaraja at his best
2. Vannam Konda Vennilave (Sigaram)
This is a very beautiful song with wonderful lyrics and melodious score. Surely a treat to your ears.
3. Kalyana Maalai (Pudhu Pudhu Arthangal)
Title song in the film Pudhu Pudhu Arthangal. So meaningful and pleasing to the heart. SPB and Ilayaraja make an evergreen combination.
4. Kaadhal Rojave (Roja)
A beautiful composition by AR Rehman. Just listening to this song, makes one feel the pain of a husband missing his wife.
5. Kadhalin Deepam Ondru (Thambikku Endha Ooru)
I especially like the pathos. In similar lines to the Kaadhal Rojave song.
6. Ennavale Adi Ennavale (Kaadhalan)
A masterpiece by AR Rehman wonderfully complemented by Unnikrishnan.
7. Nee paartha (Hey Ram)
No comments are required for this pleasant number.
8. Sudum Nilavu (Thambi)
This is a song from the recently released film Thambi. One of the very few songs that impressed me in the recent times. Classical and Modern music mixed in the right proportion.
9. Kaadhal Kavithaigal Padithidum (Gopura Vasalile)
This is song which is very good - both for the way it is pictured and also for the liveliness of the song
10. Mandram Vandha Thendralukku (Mouna Ragam)
One of my all time favorites. This is supposed to be a pathos but in now way makes you feel sad. The sweetness of the song overcomes the pathos and it is a treat for everyone.
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