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Harshal Bhave on Thursday, May 15, 2014 This is where I have reservations. How deviant can we be in the name of
Fusion? Should we disconnect the meaning of the lyrics just because it is
more suited for intense beats?
I am personally fan of this prayer, having performed it on stage in my
school days, I know how it is sung. It opened up nicely, with a little
aggression since its a Mahishasur Mardini song, but it went straight
downhill after that.
What was Sona Mohapatra doing in it? Tere Ishq Nachaya with such a heavy
base, high bpm drumming and lights? Is the song depicts such a dreadfully
aggressive feat of love? I for one would stay away from such a insane
Again we go back to Mahishasur Mardini song, a conceptual shift. I am not
willing to accept such a unholy juxtaposition under the name of Fusion,
Vasudeosingh Singh on Saturday, May 02, 2015 (1) It indeed is a bad fusion.One can not compare Aigiri Nandini Shlokas
with that of Bulle Shah both are miles apart.
(2)Carnatic Music can not be killed with one bad experiment.
(3)Just one Caranatic music composition will surpass all and that is
"Endharo Mahanubhavalu".I have yet to find a better alternative.
And about North/South part I can only say that it is a sign of not so
mature mind as human beings will find some cause to fight,be it
thiruvetti on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 There should be more such attempts which CS Pak can never even think of.
Divine is not only Sufi, there are umpteen other Divine songs in India.
Sadly its become redundant that Sufi is the only Divine music.
There is a huge genre of songs down South if only CS Ind can wake up and
come out of its North Indian shackles.
Hope they dont mix other genres like that Sona's portion which absolutely
killed the original divinity of the song. Not every song can be fusioned.
Pritam Nahal on Sunday, August 25, 2013 why..why? u have composed the prayers aigiri nandini in to a ishq nachaya
mixed it. .when i played at stating i really enjoyed the prayers of
padma shri aruna sairm, because since last 35 years i used to listen the
prayers every morning...then in middle u have added western music that O.K.
as we know the music have no language , but when sona sings the meaning
less words...it ruined the enter song...its again bad to hear from u
mdirtydogg on Monday, August 26, 2013 What I have been observing on Coke Studio is the extremely unimaginative
and copycat style of welding two or more disparate musical styles/lyrics
and call it fusion. Fusion is not just the ability to bring two different
styles of music into same musical notes. It is the seamless blend of the
two souls to form a new harmonious entity. What you chaps are creating are
911wtfdude on Friday, June 19, 2015 I really dont understand why would they mix both the songs.
Maybe I am not qualified enough but I feel they have messed it up by trying
to mix these two songs one being a powerful devotional song.
I am all for being open to everything but I fail to fathom this ridiculous
Rateesh Upendran on Tuesday, August 27, 2013 Selection and rendering of "Alagiri Nandini" is worth commendable.. but
sadly "Ishq Nachaya" didnt connect, felt like cold water on red hot iron..
very bad selection here.. didnt make any sense.. sorry to dislike!
ramakrishna vedula on Sunday, December 15, 2013 This type of mixing Sanskrit slokas/manthras with Western music in the name
modernisation of music , somewhat can not be appreciated.Its in a way
insulting our own culture n scriptures.
Yogesh Vaishnav on Wednesday, October 16, 2013 Come-on brother, he is same person who has given Killer fusion like Kattey
:-) Some compositions can go wrong even legend like Rahman is no exception
AmmeMahamaye on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Aruna Sairam did full justice to this divine prayer to the Mother Goddess,
but the rock music and the tere ishq song seemed like rude interruptions.