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Thread: Song of the Open Road (Latest song heard - Part 10)

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    padam ennamo marana mokka but songs ellam superb

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.ANAND View Post


    superb melody
    Really a superb one. I am glue it to the song Thanks Anand
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    Story Songs - Vol.1

    5/ Deiva Thirumagal - Kadha Solla Poren



    4/ Anne Anne Sipai Anne - Kozhi Koovuthu



    3/ Raja Chinna Roja



    2/ Kaatil Oru - Anbukku Naan Adimai



    1/ Ore Oru Oorilae - Padikkadha Medhai

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    u missed moonram pirai song - nari colour maari pochu
    இலக்கியத்தில் நான் வண்ண தமிழ் மழலைக்கு பாலூட்டும் தாய்
    சினிமாவில் விட்டெரியும் காசுக்கு வாலாட்டும் நாய்

    -Vaali

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    yei gnanam seethavai kaanom too
    இலக்கியத்தில் நான் வண்ண தமிழ் மழலைக்கு பாலூட்டும் தாய்
    சினிமாவில் விட்டெரியும் காசுக்கு வாலாட்டும் நாய்

    -Vaali

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    mexicomeat,

    Similar to all the other previous series, I have initiated the first set, so that we can grow the list (for instance there is Katha Kelu Katha Kelu from MMKJ, etc.).

    Starting the next one :

    No Money No Honey - Vol.1

    5/ Ada Kattu Katta - Coolie



    4/ Kaiyila Kasu - Achamillai Achamillai



    3/ No Money No Honey - Vaanam



    2/ Kasu Panam - Soodhu Kavvum



    1/ Kasethan Kadavulada - Chakkaram

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    Hits of ARR - Vol. 1

    Jiya Jale - Dil Se



    Minnale Nee - May Maadham



    Nahi Samne - Taal



    Nila Kaikarithu - Indira



    Sadda Haq - Rockstar



    Theera - OK Kanmani

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    Can the feelings of despair and joy exist mutually?


    Both moods exist in a sublime discordance resulting in a haunting harmony when listening to Shashaa’s Vaan Varuvan. It’s as if a hypnotic voice has emerged from the heart forcing you to swing, sway and do waltz with yourself. This subject has already been dealt with by boss in Raunaq’s Aabhi Jaa. A lady is waiting for her heroic soldier to return so they can smother themselves in each other. Kadhal Rojave, anyone? Here the lady despite not knowing the fate of her love life is surprisingly living a high moment of love caused by the absence of her lover. (To hear the male counterpart, it might be worth revisiting Naan Varuven, which although in this case might be a reply to the former but released roughly seven years ago. Listening to both songs with the addition of Mannipaaya will either cure one’s limerence or passionately draw them towards love even more.) Thus, there is a solace coming from this desolation which reflects a Sufi connotation whereby one completely surrenders themselves to the almighty when all else fails

    But hold on a moment, coming to the music, there’s a groove despite an element of sombreness and with the bass drops which usually are a trait of the Trap music genre, ironically make one wonder how awesome would this song be when blasted in a car causing the earth to tremble and further more causing distant lovers to rise and salute our Boss!

    Lastly, I am a reminded of Kisna’s dialogue, “Judai toh bhi ek pyar hai” (Not a literal translation) Eng: Seperation can definitely make love grow stronger.


    So I ask again, can the feelings of despair and joy exist mutually? Alas, happiness is a choice and not a result!





    Happy Listening!

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    Hi Sunil,

    Wish I too write like you. So much emotion sparks in the choice of words and their arrangements as phrases. Please write whenever you find time keeping in mind that there is one guy among several others who loves to read your joy and float in the same space.

    Of late I have been listening to Sanwariya Sanwariya from Swades, a CD I bought when I was in Banglore and never forget to put it in the inventory whenever I take long drives/trips. Here is the song (the sound is terrible on Youtube), and I would like to listen it through your words:

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