Going back to my most favourite musician – A R Rahamn. Today’s snippet is shared by a good soul, who filmed ARR’s live performance of Urvashi Urvashi last year, on his concert in Wembley.
I attended this concert too, but my phona cracked and didn’t get a clear sound 😦 But here’s it from “Think Movies” on YouTube 😉
Yes, I went to Wembley last weekend to experience the magic of A R Rahman – the living legend.
I’ve always liked his music, of course who don’t? I’ve grown up with his music, but I have never been a kind of fan, until recently while I was suffering from post-commotional syndrome the fast 6 months. I’ve been suffering with hyperacusis and tinnitus, which have caused so much of problems to the everyday life. I tried to listen to music I used to listen to, but this really didn’t work for me. In fact, it made it all worse. I was not able to read, to meditate, to listen to loud stuff, and I even had troubles talking to others. Here, I slowly began to listen to ARR’s music more and more, and this was what helped me out of that state. It actually started when the song Vaan from Kaatru Veliyidai released. I realized this song made something to me, and from here, I started to collect more of his songs, made a specific playlist on Spotify that had to cure me. Continue reading “Netru Indru Naalai, Forever ARR!”