January 26, 2009

Gopika Vasandham... Duet With Sriram Srinivasan

This is a song from one of my all time favorite malayalam movies. I think the songs in this movie, are one of Raveendran Maash's finest works. Sriram Srinivan, a friend from Muziboo.com asked me if I could sing this with him, and I gladly accepted. Hope you all enjoy this cover. Please feel free to leave your comments and suggestions.

Movie: His Highness Abdulla (1990)
Singers: KJ Yesudas & KS Chithra
Music: Raveendran Maash
Lyrics: Kaithapram
Cover By: Sriram Srinivasan & Rashmi Nair

Duet_Gopika Vasandham Music Codes


Vidyu said...

Rashmi..u picked my fav song ..beautifully sung..loved ur voice in this pitch..Sriram too has a beautiful voice..loved it! great singing.. :)

Sundar said...

Rashmi and Sriram, Hearing this song for the first time but looks very familiar to me. Very nicely sung by you guys.

Ganesha Ram P S said...

Really Good Work. One thing I Feel Y good singers like u have only one comment? Kindly make ur ppl to knw thats justice fr ur music. May God B With U all to Do more Good postings.

Ganesha Ram P S said...

Kindly Convey my Wishes to Sriram also i am unable to find way to post my comment on muziboo since am not used to it.thank u

Rashmi Nair said...

Vidyu: Thanks for stoppin by. Glad you liked this cover. Who doesn't like this song alle?

Sundar: Thank you for your comments. Appreciate ur feedback.

Ganesha Ram: Really happy to see that you liked this cover. I will surely inform Sriram also. You may have to sign up in Muziboo in order to post comments. There is a huge group of singers and music lovers there; do sign up, it will be worth it. I get most of my comments there. :)

Thank you for ur kind words!

aji said...

chechee that's my fav song,here all r luv ur song.god blessed u with a sweet voice,really amazing...

Arvind said...

Lovely singing and great to hear both of your soothing voices. As this song evokes a 'Bhakthi Rasa' I was curious as to its scale; after following your wonderful singing on my keyboard it turned out to me that the scale was Shanmugapriya. A very pleasing raga and very pleasing singing .. awesome!.