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Ram
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PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2009 5:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It is difficult to dinstinguish "club song" or "party song"; But here are my takes:

Ennai Theriyuma
Ammamma KeLadi Thozhi
Sorgam Pakkathil
Aadavarellam Aadavaralaam
Unnai Ondru Ketpaen

Am sure, there are more...

Club songs by MSV, is a great topic for research!!!
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PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2009 8:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Ram and Sri,

How about the song 'Naan Aaadinaal Oru dharam podhayil'

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PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2009 9:51 am    Post subject: Speak to members Reply with quote

Dear Friends,
Talking of Club songs Two things stand out apart from MSV, they are LR ESWARI and the "Kalaikoil" song 'varavendum' which has set the standards for 'jazz' pattern for such songs. Thanks for the opportunity.
Warm regards Prof.K.Raman [camp Hyderabad].
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PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2009 3:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

How can we forget "Paartha Gnyabagam Illayo", one of the early days and most unforgettable club songs?

Another most melodious & wonderful club dance number of the Master is "Paavai Paavaithan, Asai Asaithan" from "Enga Mama".

Both the above are sung by PS.

And here are few more excellent numbers, all involving LRE -

"Adada Enna Azhagu" (LRE - Nee)
"Ithu Ver Ulagam Thani Ulagam" (TMS-LRE - Nichaya Thamboolam)
"Ninaithen Ennai Azhaithen Unnai" (LRE - Thangai)
"Uravinil 50-50, Uthattinil 50-50" (LRE - Galatta Kalayanam)
"Sollathey Sollathey Uraarkku Sollathey" (LRE - En Magan)
"Love is fine Darling when you are mine" (Ajit Singh-LRE - Thavapputhalvan)
"Sorgam Pakkathil" (TMS-LRE - Enga Mama)
"Sugam Ethiley Idayathilaa" (TMS-PBS-LRE - Parakkum Paavai)

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PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2009 4:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another golden number of the MSV-LRE combo that I missed out is -
"Kangalukkenna Kaavalillayo" from "Nil Gavani Kaathali".
This song was used to be played by the Master as the opening number (as Instrumental) in his stage programmes in the late 60s.

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PostPosted: Fri May 29, 2009 11:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Friends,
a very rare club song sung by PS 'Pavai Pavai than' in 'Enga Mama' is very brilliant and fast.

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PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2009 6:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Murali,

I have mentioned "Paavai Paavaithan" in my posting. I think it missed your attention.

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PostPosted: Sun May 31, 2009 12:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Mr. Shankar,

I agree with your view that whenever she had got a chance, PS matched LRE in 'LRE Brand' songs. 'Indru vandha inba mayakkam' is definitely a classic example. Another example is 'paavai paavaithaan' from Enga Mama. (about which Mr.Murali has written already) In Endrum MSV, the compere asked MSV why he chose PS for 'Thedinen Vanthathu' while LRE should have been the natural choice for such songs. MSV had earlier narrated how he composed a tune for this song which he had to change in the last minute because Director Sridhar wanted more vibration (thullal) in this song. MSV also sang the original tune which was classical befitting a rendering by PS. Since he had already asked PS to be present for the recording, he could not send her back and bring in LRE. That way PS got a chance to sing 'Thedinen Vandhadhu,' a typical LRE number and excelled in singing it. I think that PS could have sung 'Pattaththu Raani' also with equal effect but with a difference in style.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 06, 2009 8:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I feel each singer has his/her own strengths and own domains. This goes for any creator in any art form for that matter. "PS matched LRE" in a deeper sense, does not make much sense. No one can "match" any one, per say. And there lies the whole beauty! It defines individuality.

I have quoted this earlier in one of my articles. In the song "Hey... Naadodi" from "Anbe Vaa". In one of the Charanams (in that song we cannot determine where a Charanam starts, where Anu Pallavi comes - such a complex one & thats a different story!) In one of the charanams, LRE will start "Siricha Sirippom Moracha Morappom...." and go on; Susheela will follow "Nenacha Nenappom....."; But Susheela's voice would be little strained trying to match that pace & pitch. She wud'nt be able to sing that line with as ease as LRE (Pls listen to that song closely to appreciate this point).

Does this mean PS is a step less - "No Way". So does that mean LRE cannot do soulful numbers - again "No Way". "MAicka Thottil Angirukka" will have a golden rendering by LRE.

So all I'm saying is there is no need to expect a peacock speak like parrot or vice versa, whatever the situation be. Nor by seeing some natural actions of parrot we need not exclaim that "this parrot matched a peacock!". We need enjoy each one "As it is".

Natural difference makes all the beauty.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 07, 2009 6:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear All,
I am listing some club songs and stage songs.
Aasai povathu vinnile from Naam Pirantha Mann.
Ingey naan paruvakumari from Naan Avan Illai.
Engeyum eppodhum, Inimai niraintha, Sambo... from Ninaithale Inikkum
Naalai Namathey, Naan oru medai paadagan from Naalai namathey...

There are lot of stage songs too...
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 13, 2009 6:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Shankar,
Though L.R. Easwari was specialised by TF Music Directors as a club dance singer, P. Susila did not lag behind. There are many songs of the same concept sung by her which stood exemplary. In fact, as far as this particular song is concerned, "Indru vandha inba mayakkam", nobody would have matched Susila, incl. L.R.Easwari. Mellisai Mannar here too proved that he could make any singer sing any type of song. More so, because the actor in that particular scene was Jaikumari, who was mostly donning vamp roles and has many songs sung by L.R.Easwari to her credit in the films danced by her, thus people used to think of L.R.Easwari on seeing Jaikumari, Jothilakshmi, Vijayalalitha, Vijayashri, etc. on the screen. But MSV broke that convention and made Susila sing this song which was not only a hit but also got award for Susila.
And there are few more such songs sung by Susila. One such is the song from the film "Thottu Paarungal, Jodi Poovai Pola Kannangal" from the film, Kuzandhaikkaaga, wherein Padmini was the actor. This song was also a great composition. Similarly KV Mahadevan has also given such songs to Susila, e.g. Ulagam Pollaadha Ulagam, Evarum thodadha Paruvam, Vivaram Sollaamal Puriyum..." in the film Anaadhai Aanandhan, which is also a composition meant to self-proclamation of the beauty of a girl.

Susila is simply great.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 14, 2009 2:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Shankar,

I've seen many people who usually had to 'compare' to make the point. Probably because of that reason I might have not got the essense of your post which was about the 'song' rather than the 'singer'. Thanks for your timely clarification! Very Happy
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