By Jyothi Venkatesh
With the market all set to decorate for the arrival of Ganpati amidst the increase in heavy traffic on the highway and the clutter of vehicles and human beings, even the nature in its pristine glory is waving to the glory of the Lord with gay abandon to the tune of ‘All Is Set for welcome’ to Bappa, including the mesmerised youth. To augur for the grand occasion, Pickle Music which is always working round the clock to serve its music oriented patrons has also taken the first step forward for its patrons by coming up with an entirely different music album for the devotees of Ganesh. Sameer Dixit and Rishikesh Bhirangi who have won the hearts of lovers of music in a very short period of time with their music company Pickle Music have now presented “Bappa Morya” in service of the patrons who want to appease the Lord Ganesha.
The song goes thus. With the devotional song “Jhale Gele Visrun Jave Pude Pude Chaalave…” with rich lyrics and mellifluous music which sets out to drive home the message that one should forget last year’s celebrations and usher in the new celebrations this year with gusto and a lot of enthusiasm, producer Datta Madan has come up with the song “Bappa Morya”. In times today, you can get to hear songs devoted to Ganpati’s thumping feet accompanied by loud foot tapping music. This song is quite different from all the other songs. Recorded at the Buzz In Studios at Vile Parle this song “Bappa Morya” has been picturised at the Ganesh Chitrashala at Palghar.
Music director Mayuresh Madgaonkar has set to tune the lyrics penned by Samruddhi Pande. Datta Madan has not only sung the number but also mixed it. While Omkar Dhumal has played the Sanai, Chetan Parab has worked on the Taal Vadya. Prasad Parasnaik has done the programming Buzz In Studios Saurabh Kajrekar and Virat Bhushetty have assisted in the recording of the number. Kewal Vaalaj has done the mixing and mastering. Sushant Gawad is the Videographer. Manoj Patil is the editor of the video.