Avan Ivan Music Review, Rating

Avan Ivan _Music Review

Album Name: Avan Ivan

Cast: Arya, Vishal Krishna, Janani Iyer, Madhu Shalini & Ambika

Direction: Bala

Production: Kalpathi S. Agoram

Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja

Banner: A G S Entertainment

The much anticipated audio of the season Avan Ivan audio launch has took place at the Residency Towers in Chennai. The lead cast Vishal, Arya, Janani Iyer and Madhu Shalini were present at the event. Those who blessed the occasion include the director Bala, Veteran actress Prabha, music director Yuvan Shankar Raja and Yuvan's sister Bhavatharini. There are 5 numbers in this album, each representing a kind of its own. Let’s go for a musical journey of Yuvan’s Avan Ivan album………..

Rasathi- 3/5

Singers: Haricharan

Lyricis: Na. Muthukumar

Rasathi is the stunning attraction of the album. Haricharan's vocals and Na Muthukumar's lyrics will surely land us on place with no norms. Haricharan has sung well by not dropping the pace all through the song. Yuvan has done the tuning in a skilled manner. The song starts on a slow note and later picks the mist and ends high. Should go for it………

Dia Dia Dole…3.25/5

Singers: Suchithra

Lyricis: Na.Muthukumar

Though we find the music quite regular but while hearing to this folk number you can't stop foot from dancing. A cheerful and lively song sung by Suchithra with right gusto. She has done a fantastic job by maintaining the tempo of the song all through. Yuvan's folk arrangement is awesome and the start of the song itself makes interesting listen. If Dia Dia Dole takes a right place in the film then the song is sure to create Teen Maar in theatres. The song is totally occupied by music but lyrics too are appreciable. Ideal song for those who are waiting for a perfect folk music as their food for ears.

Oru Malayoram-2.5/5

Singers: Vijay Yesudas, Baby Priyanka, Baby Srinisa & Baby Nithyashree

Lyricis: Na.Muthukumar

The song slow-paced melody draws us with its appealing tune in the starting but within no time it looses its sweetness. The harmony on lead guitars is well occupied throughout the song with few symphonic orchestrations. Yuvan somewhere makes us recall his father's earlier compositions. Can give a listen!

Mudhal Murai…2.5/5

Singers: Vijay Prakash

Lyricis: Na.Muthukumar

This track carries typical Bala's stamp. Its slow and dull all through, when visuals are out one will surely hang out. The song is expected to be a sad number with beautiful performance of Vishal and Arya along with Madhu Shalini and Janani. When you're just engaging yourself with the tune it suddenly ends with no prior notice. Vijay Prakash has done a good job. Couple of listens will appeal………


Singers: T.L.Maharajan & Sathyan

Lyricis: Na.Muthukumar

A fitting finale to the incredible album, Yuvan has tried out something different. Avanapathi is a fast based song aptly rendered by Maharajan & Sathyan. Yuvan's Drum work along with electric guitars stands palpable. Vishal and Arya would have given the best dance for this number, this one will gain popularity once the visuals are out on the screen. A crowd favorite most definitely!

Final Verdict:

Yuvan's music for Avan Ivan is quite different from his earlier albums. The first listen of the album might not attract anyone as the songs are not of today's trend. As is the case, a couple of songs will connect with the audience once the film hits the screens. Yuvan has gone as per director Bala's taste and in many places he made us remember his father's compositions. Over all, it's an average album though it has few good songs. Yuvan who tries out giving his voice in many films didn't take a chance of singing in this album. Yuvan has nailed the sound perfectly in Avan Ivan.


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