Robert Gill coughed up a fumble for kickoff after Reilly TD, And Edmonton took over upon Argo 36 with 5:21 left in a first half. They scored on the subsequent drive to take a 21 20 lead. The Argos have fumbled four kickoffs withduring the last four games.
Pull the thread gently to avoid puckering and tape the thread securely to the rear of the mat, Repeating the process on and the second sleeve. Come around the jersey, Sewing one side and then sleep issues to maintain symmetry. Place strips of double sided tape on the foam core backing and fix the mounted jersey..
It was facts about avoiding mistakes, Which Sanchez made suggestions last time these two teams played, A 31 14 Patriots’ victory at Gillette Stadium last the fall of. Sanchez tossed four interceptions on tomorrow and had a fumble. Patriots cornerback Leigh Bodden, Who had three of his five picks on the growing season that game, In order to be paying Sanchez royalties on his new contract..
Actor Patrick Dempsey is the host of a tv program that is doing a documentary on the life of Gordon. At this point, Dempsey surprised Gordon by flying up from Los Angles with a film crew to vidoe tape the NASCAR driver as he prepared a plate of Alaskan Halibut with executive chef Victor Scargle. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Contra Costa times when). Continue reading →
Remember last year’s drubber Da-da-da-da-dilli? (No One Killed Jessica) This year its Aami Shotti Bolchi…Kolkata you’re sexy, which is Kahaani’s jet-landing screechy arrival song.
What’s common to these two city odes? Bidda Balan!
Kolkata’s nightclub chanteuse Usha Uthup amps up this jazz-heavy metal number with apocalyptic lines miming the present socio-economic rut of the city. ‘Strong hai, powerful hai, phir bhi lachaar hai…bilkul naya hai phir bhi beete kal mein giraftaar hain.’ Continue reading →
Chikni Chameli is the first track that is going to blast off your music system. If not that, (who’s buying music cd’s these days?) haven’t you noticed how the video was steam rolled on youtube before the music hit stores – if anything, the guys at Dharma Productions want a viral upsweep – you have ‘seen’ before you can ‘hear’ – meaning, the bountiful curves of Ms Kaif is anodyne music to your senses.
Chikni Chameli should be a rage like most other viral videos and it does not matter if the song is trashed as ‘overplayed’ when the local religious festivities come around and we move on to the next ‘item number’ to navigate our processions through bustling market squares. First there is familiarity, later contempt. Such a thing as over-sell.
Shreya Ghoshal is finally taking risks in her selection of songs, moving from dulcet playback (like Lata di) to some hot blooded oomph (Oh la la, The Dirty Picture) and this isn’t just to break stereotype – just listen to her rendition of Chikni Chameli – there’s an assertive ‘throw’ – a je ne sais quoi that’s coming about in the tonal quality of her voice not naturally associated with her bashful style. ‘Pauaa chadha ke gaayi,’ is what best can be surmised from her frolicsome titter at the end of this loud, celebratory song.
O Saiyyan, Roop Kumar Rathod’s dirge is accompanied by some very beautifully orchestrated layering of piano, drum, santoor, violins, chorus – here’s a sweep where a sweep should be but it does not rise above the song’s theatrical trap – that confine when heard inside a theatre sounds good, outré outside. Continue reading →
So here goes my first post. Thanks to Suprabh and Rohit for giving me posting rights as soon as I asked for it. I am going to mostly post my favourite songs even though I dont really know anything about music except that my best days are spent listening to them.
Been listening to this song all day and by the end of the day I am sure it goes into my “All time favourites” list.
Nusrat Sahab is of course no stranger to any of us, he is one of the most recognized musicians of contemporary times and probably the biggest master of Qawwali music, and this song shows exactly why.
Kaakha Kaakha (the Tamil original) of which Force is a hindi remake was previously remade in Telugu (Gharshana) and Kannada (Dandam Dashagunam).
Kaakha Kaakha’s Rammstein inspired meta-charged track Uyirin Uyirae becomes Cheliya Cheliya in Telugu which is equally frenetic, a sappy Marali Marali in Kannada, and now, Khwabon Khwabon in Force amps it back vaingloriously.
The one time that the track faltered was when Kannada music composer V Harikrishna was asked to step in for Harris Jayaraj. Marali Marali is a clumsy patch on an original Harris Jayaraj number. Continue reading →
If the first hook of Rabba Main Toh Mar Gaya Oye tends to veer you into Teri Ore (Singh Is Kingg) then you’ll just have to brush that bit under the velvet carpet. How much more originality will you squeeze out of a man who’s been consistently scoring on the chartbuster treadmill – as many as 15 films to his credit this year alone.
Then, when Rabba Main Toh…reaches a crescendo in the line ‘Ab jaon kahan pe…dil ruka hain wahan pe…’ where it begins to sound like Upar Khuda Aasmaan Neeche (Kachche Dhaage), thereafter tumbling and segueing back into familiar groove.
It’s ho-hum to find Pritam’s inspirations not consuming him – he relapses into his own tunes – no surprise that Rabba Main Toh sounds a wee bit like Aaj Din Chhadhya (Love Aaj Kal). Newbie Shahid Mallya’s light-footed rendition is as pleasant on the ears as the murmuring sound of stone skipping water on a silent lake. Continue reading →