Rahman releases two background music pieces from Jhootha Hi Sahi for fans

While the songs from Jhootha Hi Sahi have had music lovers busy for the last few days, A R Rahman has sweetened the deal further by unveiling two musical pieces from the background of the movie, both jazz-based. First one is an unplugged female version of I’ve Been Waiting featuring some beautiful piano and sax segments. The female vocalist is brilliant, though I haven’t been able to find out her name yet. “Here is the ‘moonlight’, with love from all of us to you! No synthesizers, no vocoders, no rhythm machines. Just plain love and acoustic instruments recorded at Capitol Records, L. A. Strings was done in good old Chennai. Composing a song like this was a long time dream. It is the sound of another era where love had innocence. Hope it inspires you to fall in love again. Special thanks to Abbas Tyrewala who agreed to release this track specially for you all and I hope you enjoy watching Jhootha Hi Sahi, the movie, releasing on the 22nd of October,” – Rahman said while releasing it.

Buoyed by the response to the first track Rahman unveiled the second track yesterday, which is a short instrumental version of Maiyya Yashoda. The track has such a strong flavour of the 50s jazz tracks that anyone who hasn’t heard Maiyya Yashoda would not even remotely associate this one with Indian music. You can listen to the two tracks here and here. I shall definitely have an eye on Rahman’s fb page for more such treats! 🙂 You can read our review of JHS soundtrack here.