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Nikhil Mohankrishnan on Thursday, September 06, 2012 You know what really pisses you off.when stuff like this has just 40,000
views and Kolaver di gets umpteen millions getting shared across the world
as the creative wave of Indian music...sigh...oh well.all I can say
is this is one of the best fusions I ve heard..absolutely ethereal to
the level that you could feel the energy of the performance...All the best
Agam & Coke Studio...may there be many more enthralling performances and in
the end may the true essence & spirit of music win
Boby Mohan on Monday, September 17, 2012 Honestly guys, please read my comment slowly. Hamsadhvani was used in a
very general sense and in reference to the prevalent Carnatic 'fusion'
scene, where this is the most commonly mangled one; when your title says
Malhar, one ought to be blind and deaf to call this anything else. As a
composer, I understand your sense of ownership and appreciate it too.
Without that pride, one won't be creative. In the same vein, as a listener
am I not entitled to my views and preferences? Good luck
innotech001 on Sunday, August 26, 2012 heavenly music! for once I was in Vrindavan, I could feel the pain of a
gopi just after Krishna left for Madhura, sitting by Yamuna river, I don't
know what in this song made me feel that even though it's supposed to be a
happy/celebration song, all that I know that I was transported to another
world for a while, Annanda Prassana Pattnaik's flute & Arshad Khan Saheb's
Israj - ha, only if words had the power to express the feeling!
Boby Mohan on Monday, September 17, 2012 Please learn to understand and write good English would be my request to
you Mr.Venkatasubramanian. My statement with ref to Hamsadhvani was a
general take on the 'fusion' scene in Carnatic music not to this specific
video. You are free to your views and I guess one's choice of language in
public reflects more on the upbringing than anything else. God bless you!
Payel Kar on Thursday, November 08, 2012 The older version brought out the percussion and the vocals blended in pure
magic, the coke studio version had flute, though the flute was exceptional
but i somehow felt that it took over too much limelight and made the whole
piece lost its harmonious blend. The flute piece become more prominent. BUT
thats what i felt...love your work!