Apart from the rest, its song selections of bringing together popular choir songs, lengkhawm and hymns is worth mentioning.
While Zami tried to cover the best of power-classic and Ncy Doungel’s lunglen songs; these selections alone could have proven disastrous without Muan Hangzo’s Cell Phone and Zolei and Khupkhenthang’s Sinzawl Vangkhua.
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I don’t remember the last time I heard a male singer singing Lengkhawm songs, L. Kamlova’s Aw Halleluiah sounds undisturbed and alright as any female singer would have do with it. “Khawvel thuaitu arsi ropui ber,/Bohna ram leh lungngaihna ram chun eng rawh”. But the sad part is that’s the only inclusion.
Its very format, a female voice and grouping of middle-age women, could turned off any interests to the album. However, A Min Siangthou Phat Un is able to rise above these limitations.
I am using this words for the first time: Phalbi Huilhi – A collections of Country Songs is a gem; a perfect studio album.
ECT Trio Next Generation’s I Want You More than Gold or Silver introduces Grace Siamte, Paulina Khongsai and Thiemnu Thangeo. The album bears the signature selection style of singing; the myriad dialects namely Thadou, Paite, Meitei, Hmar & others.
The album doesn’t suffer from maintaining an edge or style. The home-grown characteristic help maintain to grow its very own where it comes to arranging.