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This was a song I composed at least 4 years ago..and the tools I used at that time were less sophisticated than what I have now. But I still consider this as one my favorites. May be because of the lyrics..Yes. The song is  based of a few of verses from Kavignar Vairamuthu’s poem titled “India Vivasaaya Naadu” (இந்தியா விவசாய நாடு) which belongs to the collection “Konjam Thaeneer Niraiya Vaanam” (கொஞ்சம் தேநீர் நிறைய வானம்).


Besides fantasizing about being a Peter Gibbons at least for a couple of days at my work, I think I have a long way to go to realize some of the other fantasies. But like any ambitious man out there, I will get there! Note: All views expressed in this blog are mine alone and have got nothing to do with my company Cogent IBS, Inc., its employees or any of its affiliates.

4 thoughts on “Pallapatti

  1. Thanks Vamsee! It it reminds you of any song….it certainly was not intentional..It is a folk many folk songs have similar progressions.

  2. Felt like as if iam in a maattu vandi travelling in a village…thats the feel…Typical folk song!! very nice,….ireally wanted to give some negative remarks, to pretend as Judge, but i cant…its really good…may be i should listen again and again to note the defects, if there are any…so you are showing variety in your Music,… its not the same type…each one has a different mood..

  3. Of course – I would love to get some critical feedback. I know of one handicap in most of my songs – The singer or the Voice 🙂 It is easy sometimes for me to complete the song with my voice – And I don’t have access to good singers readily..!!
    This is one song which I cherish a lot because, the lyrics inspired me to do the song. When I write my own lyrics, there are some disadvantages because I can control the flow (both lyrically and musically) very easily, thus compromising on potentially good outputs quite unintentionally.

    Thanks again!

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