Sunday, June 11, 2006

my guitar solo

Teri ankhom ke siva

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15 comments:

Injikadan Mathai said...

anil chettaii...kalakki too..adu manoharam...shoo beautiful gamakams...inium paatugal varatteee

Murali said...

wow..this is very good ! The fine playing tells me you must be an industry artist !

anil bs said...

hai murali..
ya...i am playing guitar for hariharan ji in film music shows ..not in ghazals.....
...i played guitar for most of the south indian musicians s.p.b, yesudas,janaki.susheela...
but ...playing songs is a different talent....
thanks for listening my song...
anil bs

BlueByrd said...

WOW Awesome lead playin....Liked it very much :) ...SOng has a peaceful easy feelin to it...very soulful.

Keep up the good work..

Standing Ovation Anil !

anil bs said...

thanks blue bird....
i dont know ur name....
i am happy to hear this ....

Jo said...

Anil chettaa, it was a pleasure listening to this one. It gave me absolute pleasure just like (or even more) I listen to this song with vocal version. Superb work.

anil bs said...

thanx jo..
your songs in blogswara are very nice .i like the style and dedication.
thanx for listening my songs. .......inviting your music lovers to visit my blog ...
anil bs

Murali said...

anilji:

Do you know "guitar" jose ? He is a very good friend of mine here in USA.

Nyneishia said...

Oh wow.. :) What a treat.. Amazing.. beautifully played.. this is such a melodious number to begin with...thanks..

anil bs said...

hai murali

convey my regards to jose too....we played togather in somany stages...
anil

anil bs said...

thanks nyne..
keep looking my blog....

K. Santhosh said...

Dear Ani,
Though I had looked up this site last night, couldn't download the songs. Listened to 'allayamaniyin' just now...Good.
No surprise to me because I've heard most of the stuff at your home.
Every time I listen to this song, it takes me to another world. The chord arrangements. The violin section. I also remembered my interview with M. S. Viswanathan at Thrissur last year.
"Every time I begin to compose, I feel I'm doing it for the first time. I feel like a beginner," he told me.
Believe it or not! This comes from a composer who hold the record for scoring for the maximum number of films: 1,500 or so!
love
Santhosh

Harish Sivaramakrishnan said...

Anil sir, thanks a lot for posting on my blog. I will definitlly keep in mind ur opinion when i sing the next time.

anil bs said...

hai harish...
pls ' delete' that sir...... i am also like u...

sudhendu said...

Hai Anilchetta....your playingstyle is excellent..