Monday, March 16, 2015

Music Review (Telugu) : S/O Sathyamurthy

Music Review (Telugu) : S/O Sathyamurthy
Music composer : Devi Sri Prasad

         One two and three has an uncanny similarity to one of the Julayi song apparently directed by same Trivikram. Better we can listen to Julayi song itself rather than this rehashed one. Seethakaalam is an ear friendly tune leaded by templatized yet enjoyable guitar strums from Devi despite stains from his old tunes is difficult to snub it away. Good to see Yazin Nizar in credit lists (malayalam singer) nowadays in tamil and telugu soundtracks. Super machi, starts with an tamil prelude has instant catchy folky tune sung with enough ebullience from DSP and Shravana Bharghavi. Surely song will satiate fans of Allu Arjun when scorches the dance floors. Come to the party has mediocre tune spruced only by interesting Jazz flavoured orchestration with trumpets, use of nadaswaram bolstered by Vijay prakash's sprightliness in his singing. Jaaruko again rides on the templatized tune by devi, only solace being funny lyrics by srimani and sagar's rendition. Exciting visuals and Allu Arjun screen presence should salvage viewers. Vacchadu is comparatively better than the other songs in the soundtrack. Thanks mainly to the Javed Ali's singing, some nice touches like cow boy styled string sections and percussions. Soundtrack's best Chalo Chalo has Raghu Dixit behind the mic with rhythmic percussions supported by enjoyable guitar and string sections in the interludes.

Verdict: DeviSri Prasad just regurgitates Julayi like songs once again for Allu Arjun - Trivikram Combo which results in an insipid soundtrack from trio.

My rating:6.5/10

Pick of the Album: Chalo Chalo, Super machi, Come to the party