Songs have always formed a predominant element of any movie industry in India. Take any hit Bollywood movie in history and you realize that music sometimes acts as the heartthrob of the entire storyline. Such is the influence of music! Music gives a distinct feel to the whole cinematic experience. Therefore, all the film music cut across the regions in the country developed their own music style in the past. During the same period, no other regional movie industry revolutionized and found its rich music identity as much as the Malayalam film industry.
The two branches of music that encompassed Kerala were traditional/classical music which focused on Carnatic style and the popular music which included film songs. The popular music almost grew in stature in parallel with classical music. In the early years of film music, most songs were produced in tune of the Hindi and Tamil tracks. But then, the trend changed in the 1950s and finally, the Malayalam music industry found its identity. The old Malayalam songs are a testimony to it.
This musical reformation was led by the trio of music legends, G. Devarajan fondly remembered as Devarajan Master became one of the greatest music composers and gave many evergreen classics in Malayalam such as Sumangali Nee Ormikkimo, Sanyasini Nin and many more. V Dhakshinamoorthy, a veteran Carnatic musician and composer, also called Swamy, also revered as the forefather of Malayalam music industry. He composed over 800 songs which include hits like Chandrikayil Aliyunnu, Manohari Ni, etc. Another star composer of the era was M.S Baburam, who is credited for the renaissance of Malayalam music. These legends gave people essential music moments to cherish and love forever.
By the year 1961, K.J Yesudas, maestro P. Jayachandran and sensational female voice S. Janaki, had emerged as the most famous playback singers. They offered great hits like Kadalinakkare, Nadhikalil Sundari, Ramsanil Chandrikayo that were hugely admired by the music lovers and communities across India. They have surely left an indelible mark on people hearts and the music history itself. The years between 1960’s to 1970’s could be called the golden era for Malayalam music.
Saregama Carvaan Mini Malayalam brings to you the super hit collection of 351 songs from the legends themselves. With the diaspora of Malayalees all over India and the world itself, the Malayalam music has carried itself across boundaries. Time and again, it is proven that old is certainly gold! If you are someone who lives and breathes music, this super hit collection of old Malayalam songs will help you switch through various moods and feel those remarkable vintage vibes of the 1960’s Malayalam music scene. The thrilling musical sensation and the enduring appeal of your favourite songs can bring you back to the days of other amazing artistes like Vani Jairam, P. Susheela, P. B Sreenivas and their magical cum melodious songs like Mamalakalkkapurathu, Pakalswapnathin etc. Even today, you can always find kids dancing to the tunes, youngsters enjoying it and the old folks spend mornings and evenings absorbing the pleasure called vintage Malayalam music.
Preloaded with 351 greatest Malayalam hits, the portable music player offers a wide range of features such as Bluetooth connectivity and USB support. What’s more? The elegantly designed player has multiple uses as it comes with FM/AM option and Mini speaker. You can connect to the Bluetooth speaker and switch to playing your favourite current songs. This makes Mini Malayalam the perfect all-in-one music player of all time. For those who cherish music, Mini Malayalam comes with the long lasting battery up to 4 hours, loud enough speakers, Aux-in port for plugging in earphones. External earphones can also be attached with a 3.5 mm audio jack.
Isn’t it fascinating to note that the mix of vintage songs has always stimulated our musical senses and continues to excite us each new day? So, catch your breath and get your hands on this easy to carry portable audio player masterpiece today.
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