Posts Tagged With: Music

Vintage Commercial for Peugeot 206…

The Salon de l’Automobile is taking place currently, in Paris. This is a huge exhibition where you can go and see all the new cars, from the cheapest to the most expensive. I hate this event because it creates horrible traffic jams and it makes the tramway overcrowded as everybody wants to go there!

But never mind! Let’s celebrate the French Car Festival by watching this 10 year old commercial for Peugeot 206.

For your information, Raja Mushtaq sings the song called Heaven is a Place on Earth! Click here if you want to dance!

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Finding Mathias Duplessy

Duplessy playing the morin khuur

Duplessy playing the morin khuur

There are too few French artists in Indian cinema not to talk about them, especially when these artists are talented and the film worth having a look at.
The man is Mathias Duplessy. With his Rajasthani partner Mukhtiyar Ali, they composed part of Finding Fanny soundtrack, a film directed by Homi Hadajania ( Cocktail ), shot in English and starring Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor.

In the huge maze of Youtube, I found this unexpected song which gives you so much Ding Dong happiness that you feel you can live forever.

But writing about Mathias Duplessy would take years. Finding Fanny is a needle in the haystack of his career. His web site is full of his compositions. Their common point is great diversity. Mixture of Jazz, Blues, Gipsy, Asian, Arabic hints which is certainly the reason why he is so often offered to work for foreign films, documentaries and commercials.
Each piece of his music is a new journey. The World turns in his magical hands, playing from the Japanese flute to the Morin khuur ( a Mongolian musical instrument).
In India, he took part in the background music of Peepli (Live), produced by Aamir Khan and that you can watch on Dailymotion, but shhh, that’s a secret! In this movie, an indebted farmer decides to commit suicide to save his farm and his family. Diving into cruel real India, you also meet great actors such as Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Naseeruddin Shah.
I could also talk to you about Prashant Nairs Delhi in a Day, or Mumbai’s King by Manjeet Singh… All those films that one misses, gold-fruited shrubs hidden by Bollywood’s concrete skyscrapers.

But really it is too difficult to find Mathias Duplessy! The man has no geographical limit, no musical border. My music is a journey in space and history, he says. His art gathers all the universe, all the cultures, all gods, all sounds…Nothing seems to stop him in his quest for plural sharing.

Also read:  Wikipedia   Mondomix  M.Duplessy’s site

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Pakistani Commercial: a Romantic Way of Advertising Tissues…

I was looking for information about rose culture in Southern Asia when I saw this romantic and sweet commercial for Rose Petal tissues. It’ll make you feel like getting stained!

Song Narmi Say Cho Jaey by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

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My Heart slipped on your Smooth Waist… WHAT???

It depends on the way you interpet this sentence; it can be poetic or disgusting…

Anyway, I am lucky, we are working on this song. The choreography is energetic and sexy. Every Wednesday, I can’t wait to be in my dancing class to know the other steps! I let you see the extract from the movie, Rowdy Rathore (bad critic on that blog…) starring delicious actress Sonakshi Sinha and moustached Akshay Kumar.

 

 

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