My review of Tum Hi Toh Ho
This album comes from the duo of Anand Milind, after a real long wait. Do Anand Milind deliver the goods with Tum Hi To Ho.. Read on
The album starts off with Dil Ne Tere Dil Se, vocals by Udit and
Sadhana. A composition which immediately connects with all age groups,
simply because of the sheer melody, the notes are built around and
secondly the honey dipped vocals of Shreya ably supported by Udit.
Tum Hi To Ho- The title track is by Abhijeet, whose vocal chords are
still as fresh as the ones heard in Baaghi. Abhijeet rocks in this
slow rock number. The guitar predominates the interludes, and has
enough variations to keep the listener hooked on. Its a song which
grows on you...
Aye Khuda Dard Ae Gham - The husband wife couple of Kunal and Gayatri
Ganajawala do full justice to this soft ballad number. Kunal is used
by Anand Milind perhaps for the very first time and he does full
justice to this number.This number too hits some chords within in the
very first listen.
Aao Manaye Jashn - Rahul Seth & Monali Thakur . A club song, but with
melody as the mainstay. Rahul no doubt impresses with his variations
and ably complimented by Monali. This number highlights AM's class of
a peppy number derived by integrating strands of melody together.
Something which the present day bards would do well to learn and
Teri Shame Main - A fast paced number with good tempo thru out by
Shaan &GG. Shaan & GG excel in this numbers and would be instantly
liked by all Shaan fans.
Rock Ur body - Arun Bakshi and June Banerjee give this club/hip hop
number a lot of zing n pep. AM continue their long association with
Arun Bakshi, their association now spanning nearly 2 decades, starting
from the time of Adharm & Platform
AM have brought in a lot of fresh and younger voices, and this does
full justice to the club numbers. The other senior singers complement
the compositions with their range and skill.
AM have composed a score which is contemporary and classy, fully
enmeshed and synchronized to suit the requirements of the present day
gen-X, who with open ears, should be able to discover true melody in
numbers like Dil Ne and Ae Khuda and other tracks.