Ab Jao Na Mohan Mere: Sayani Palit




Born in 1989, Indian classical and semi-classical vocalist Sayani Palit revolves her career between singing on soundtracks and at live concerts – simultaneously continuing her musical education under the auspices of Pandit Ajoy Chakrabarty and Padma Bhushan Girija Devi – but her true calling arrives as a composer if you consider “Ab Jao Na Mohan Mere” as one example. Apparently, the song is based on Shringara Rasa, inspired by the relationship between Radha and Krishna, which effectively demonstrates the variety of sounds ranging from keyboards to flute, backed by subtle traditions of its musical origins. Whether a sacred melody or a song that often reminds me of music director AR Rahman’s debut soundtrack, “Roja”, nothing takes away from the charming, mellow tune. Sayani’s appealing voice supports the haunting pattern, unique arrangements, and ethnic flow of “Ab Jao Na Mohan Mere”, which makes it memorable. Looking for an encore, Sayani!

Listen and Download this song here:http://www.artistaloud.com/SayaniPalit


 – Review by PARAG KAMANI

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