Saturday, July 16, 2005

1:50 to 2:44

Thats the long and short of it .. he he.. my voice features for this length in the Holi song including the small phrase talking after Aamir Khan..

24 comments:

Anand Ramamoorthy said...

hi,

heard your songs on Doordarshan! you are interested in German as well if I'm not wrong. your profile says you are a musician\psychologist\linguist!
cool!
I happen to be a first time vistor and a new member of the blogosphere! your posts on music are a bit diffcult to follow(I'm supposed to be interested in classical music but what I know of it you can fit on a pinhead),
I have been posting a series on the ramayana in a blog exclusively dedicated to it.
www.srirangapuravihara.blogspot.com
kindly check it out and also my regular blog is
www.dwaarakavaasin.blogspot.com

Prabz said...

Large than life things have a humble beginning.. :)
I heard the song.. filtering everything except your voice. Cute!!

Narayanan Venkitu said...

I did listen yesterday, after buying the CD. Now..I'll watch closely for the time slot.!

ROBBIE said...

I cant believe that you got only a minute in the song:P. Must have been tough after all the hype an hoopla. Hope the song becomes a hit. best of luck

Sriram said...

Awww.... but anyways, we can either look at the glass and say tis half-empty, or we can say it is half-full. depends which way we look at it.. point here is that take the positives. Have fun kiddo and good luck for the future!

MyStIcYoGi said...

Really awesome Chinmayai,

I bought the CD Couple of days and already have listened to the songs more than 10 times.

I really want all visitors of her blog to listen to the song and specially her awesome voice.

I have cropped the song with the limits which she has specified and you can download and listen the mp3 format : http://www.frontechhosting.com/Chinmayi_MangalPandey_HoliRe.mp3

I have hosted the song in MP3 (320 kbps Quality) in my friends server.

Please do post ur comments for ppl who have not yet listened.

Thanks,
MysticYogi

Snowbeak said...

Awwwwwesome! Todally proud of you man.

Jegathpriyan said...

Hey,
It is great to see ya blog..would love to hear ya blog more abt the recording sessions and all the wonderful ppl in the music industry... great singing in KM.
BTW, did u sing in ARRs' Ah Aah??

Amit Deshpande said...

you rock!

Beautifully rendered!

Nishanth_in said...

Congratulations on being featured on the soundtrack of Mangal Pandey.

What is your next release? I heard some sample tracks from Ah Aah and If my ears heard it right then I think I heard you on a track with Balu sir.

I landed here through a link posted by a member of Mr Rahman's Yahoo fans groups.We are a small group with over 6500 members and
I would like to invite you to join our group.

Your presence would be greatly appreciated by our members and I am sure you will enjoy being part of the community.

Please click hereto join our group.

Yaaro said...

Bumped into this blog and was quite surprised to be honest! Well, it's not everyday you come across a blog by err what shall I call it. . .'famous'! Anyway, I am not going to lie and tell you that I've listened to every song of yours and they are all amazing(not that you'd care! ) but one thing I'd like to say is the KM title song was FANTASTIC! Couldn’t have imagined anyone else singing it. Good job. Good Luck.

Truman said...

Wow.. nice :) I finally got to your blog.. I had lost the address after the bloggers meet in Chennai..

Congratulations for your big break Chinmayi, may you continue like this :)

Btw, why have you disabled non-bloggers to post comments? My blog is www.adityeah.com but I am posting from my blogger id.

Twin-Gemini said...

Godmother?! Thats a cool title! ;-)

Ganesh said...

Chinmayi

I have done my first audio blog
check it out

thanks

Ravi said...

Hi. First time here. From Kiruba's blog. Great to see you in tje blogworld in spite of, what I would imagine, a very interesting and busy life! Congratulations to you on making it in Mangal Pandey! Wishing you all the best! Ravi
http://ravikumar.blogdrive.com

Shobha said...
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Shobha said...

Hey...aren't you the one who sang Yenna idhu yenna idhu Yenna sollvadhu? in the film in which Madhavan acted? If you are the one, I have to tell you that, it's one of my favourite songs. Very beautifully sung :)

Chez said...

Cool Jimmy.. 50 secs of fame.. or to put it exactly... 54 secs.. ARR always rocks in Hindi.. of all his other-than-tamil ventures, my fav is Bombay dreams.. got all his collection... hav to wait till my frs in India get their hands on Mangal Pandey songs..

Wish u a great time in future Hindi songs.. :-)

Chinmayi said...

Robbie: Definitely not tough..its great that I got at least that much.. its difficult for a south indian to cross over isnt it?
MysticYogi: thanks :)
Jegathpriyan: Nope I havent sung in A Aah or God Father.
Amit D: Thanks :)
Nishanth: That is Shreya Ghoshal
Yaaro: I definitely care dude. And thanks :)
Truman: I shall set it right
Twin G: Godmother??? slightly llost. referring to what?
Ganesh: will check out
Shobha: Yup thats me!!
Magnus: Thanks dude!

ROBBIE said...

Chinmayi:
This south indian north indian divide is quite disgusting, I feel that talented people should get an opportunity irrespective of what region they are from. Its a pity that we still have that divide in India. We welcome people like Udit Narayan to sing down south and he successfully manages to kill tamil songs. Dont people often say that music doesnt have language barriers. Hope that it comes true. Anyway, glad that you are happy with what you did and consider it an achievement. Its all in the mind anyway!

Jegathpriyan said...

Thanks a bunch for your prompt reply :)

Chinmayi said...

Sriram: thanks a lot !! :)
Robbie: Pronunciation is the ke dude.. you have to get all the Dh, Bh, Ph, Bha, right..thats the point. But then everything aside, I love Mr. Udit Narayan's way of singing.. I wish I could imbibe some of it. The way he pumps happiness, naughtiness, and a lot of other happy feel into the songs.. :)And yes.. language is a divide sometimes.. at least in vocal music.. people at Karaikkal started cheering only when they heard 'Vennilave' even though they knew 'Chanda re' is the Hindi version of Vennilave.!
JegathP: welcome:)

Twin-Gemini said...

About the Godmother thing: Thats what Kiruba's calling you on his blog (http://www.kiruba.com/2005/07/chinmayi-sings-for-aamir-khans-mangal.html) :-)

Chinmayi said...

Yeah TG.. was slightly taken by surprise too :)