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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Akale Akale Neelaakaasham



This is my first duet with mentor Pradip Somasundaram. The beginning of my musical journey started under his guidance. My first stage performance was with him in Swaralaya, Palakkad. The event was 'Kishore Kumar Night'. It was an unforgettable experience. From then on, I have always had his support and guidance. He is a person who actively promotes and encourages all upcoming and talented artists. So here i present the song 'Akale Akale Neelakaasham' with Pradip Somasundaram.
Originally sung by : K.J. Yesudas and S. Janaki
Film : Midumidukki
Music : M. S. Baburaj
Lyrics : Sreekumaran Thambi



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18 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

NIceeeee...
Very Niceeeee
Very Very Niceeeeeeeeeee......
Best of Luck for Your Future
Waiting for your New Song....
07

5:03 PM  
Blogger bala said...

Well done Divya, Neat Job!
Even though i dunno Malayalam, i N'joyed the song! That's the quality of performance. Pradip Somasundaram's voice is very professional! Pradip, my special wishes for u! Keep Rocking Divya! :-)

7:34 PM  
Blogger Murali said...

very emotive renditions both of you. Divya, please do not think your voice in the high notes. Try opening up and singing.

9:10 PM  
Blogger Anugraheethan said...

divya....... enthayithu....? palayidathum pizhachallo.... you can improve... try hard.....

3:13 PM  
Blogger Kiranz..!! said...

Its a one of the best composition from Baburaj and its very tough to sing.But you have done an amazing job rendering it in a very neat fashion.Really salute Pradepettan on this song and Divya,you really support him to make it perfect..Congratz both of you..!

Divya,its a good excercise for you to learn and practise similar tough songs to be in the professional field.And its an honour for us you to have there pretty soon..!

4:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Divya...Amazing voice..& Mr Pradip ,you are truly gifted with such voice ,sir..Being a non-,i'm getting introduced to some soul-stirring numbers..thanks to you ,Divya...

ps: pls post more often...:)

~chitra

11:25 AM  
Blogger പാച്ചുപിള്ള said...

i first heared ur "mayangipoyi" and other tamil song. yeah that songs are awsome and completly justify your depth . But this one is not that gud. You made mistakes in many places. Especially at the starting.

1:46 PM  
Blogger smitha95 said...

Amazing....You rock Divya...very professional touch...Pradip is superb as usual.

2:29 AM  
Anonymous boonsha said...

Good work divya....
awaiting more dinkos..!!

7:47 AM  
Blogger Anugraheethan said...

divya, can u try this song from rasikan :
"totturummiyirikkan kothiyaayi...."

3:35 PM  
Blogger Suchin Asuri said...

this was our second song on our MIDI instruments. we had tough time recomposing it too. one of the greatest number.

thanks to both of you for giving this. i just feel the karaoke could have been better.

excellent feel in the song throughout.

10:47 PM  
Blogger Divya.S.Menon said...

Thank you anonym, Bala, murali, Anugraheethan, Kiranz, Anonym, Paachupilla, Simichechi, Boonsha and Suchin for your constructive comments and support.

9:00 AM  
Blogger sindhu said...

Hey gud job buddy,all da best for a bright future.......

11:53 AM  
Blogger Anup said...

sheda jaan idu miss cheythalloo...divya and pradeep ettan ...excellent rendition...nicely done folks...

11:01 AM  
Blogger Divya.S.Menon said...

Thank you Sindu and Anup.......:)

1:06 PM  
Blogger ann said...

Very good rendition by both of you , it is a fav song of mine , you both have done it very well :) Gud Job !!

12:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've been diggin' this song for long. Thanks very much for sharing.

3:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No words...Brilliant. I think you can improve lot more in that humming part.As Murali said, be open in higher notes. Pradip Sir's rendition ,Simply superb. You two did an excellent work. HATSOFF!!! Keep it up.

Arun
(I can't login to the blogger from office, so only I am dropping my comment as Anonymous)

10:47 AM  

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