Topic started by Thalaivar is The Thalaivar (@ 188.8.131.52) on Sat Jul 27 01:47:50 EDT 2002.
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Sorry ARR Fans, not at all your hero's fine point! This was a virtue in pre-ARR era. However, whose songs had greater scope for showing discipline? Need mention that a million times?
I have a 100 songs in mind, but leave it to the tfm fans here to point out: What I mean by discipline?
Rum Bum Bum in Nadigan or Michael Madana Kamarajan song has a piano stitetto or some word for that at the end of the Pallavi there is a piano play that adds so much to that song, yet IR could'v used it for a few more seconds, he did not.
Valibathin - Aboorva Sagotharagal - end of the pallavi, again a subtle piano sound used so very lightly and softly!! What an effect, first of all the idea of it!!!! I want to hear more of that playing, but that is the level of the Great Thalaivar. Any such experiences?
- From: JJ (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Sat Jul 27 03:01:01 EDT 2002
Ennathil Edho from Kallukkul Eeram.. end of each saranam the music synchs with singer's humming which is very hard to distinguish if she is extending her voice or it is music
- From: peeps (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Tue Jul 30 10:27:42 EDT 2002
Reminds me of the one of the all time great "Thendral vandhu theendum poothu enna vannamoo" from Avatharam..the first two lines mixes with some instrument(enna instrument paa athu??) splendidly..mm..
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