Moor – Music At Its Best
Jami is a genius, that’s how I always put it. Jami is among the few think tanks of Pakistani showbiz who are always bursting with creative ideas and path breaking stuff. On 14th August 2015, Jami’s first movie “Moor” (means Mother) is all set to hit the screens of Pakistani cinema. The movie is enriched with amazing music. The kind of music which Moor has is hard to find in Pakistani Film Industry. Credit goes to Strings and Anwer Maqsood (Lyrics).
The pick of the lot is “EVA” sung by Meesha Shafi. The song will definitely catch you by surprise. It is the best song from Meesha Shafi, so far. Eva is a definite answer to #Bollywood‘s #PatakhaGuddi (Highway).
— Shafiq Ul Hasan (@shafiqulhasan81) August 3, 2015
Jogiya and Talabgaar by Javed Bashir are soulful songs. The later one gives a Qawwali yet classical song kind of feel and what an amazing composition it has. One can feel the difference in the vocals of of Javed Bashir in both the tracks. That’s sheer brilliance.
Gul Bashri is a Pashto track sung by the maestro of Pashto songs “Rahim Shah”. This needs no detailing as Rahim Shah has the softest voice that soothes his listeners. Even those who have no clue what the song is about manage to hum the song along him.
Tum Ho by Strings is very soft, melodious and light track that grows into you once you start listening to it. On the contrary, Ku Ku Ku (again by Strings) reminds you of their hit single “Uski Zufain Khhuli Toh Laga Youn Mujhe” with slightness. It’s a peppy number and quite an interesting one.
Finally, another amazing track by Rahma Abid, Noman Farooqi and Nisha Ali titled “Chalo Younhee Sahi”. This is a touching and emotional number with kicking effect of “Jeye Jeye Ja”. A perfect combo of softness and foot-tapping rock.
If you are looking for an album that offers a variation in songs and music then Moor is a must have in your collection.