You by Anindya Mukherjee: Review
Produced by Jeff Jacobs in Dallas, and written & sung by Anindya Mukherjee, ‘You’ is a self-explanatory song with its lyrics perfectly glorifying celebrating and appreciating the loved ones who often do so much for us and expect nothing in return.
Uncomplicated yet so smoothly delivered, Anindya indeed focused on the homestyle of music and made sure the ingredients of his superbly heartfelt song’s recipe were only his voice and the piano. Making it one of the most absolutely wholesome yet significantly simple songs.
In an era where there are so many musical instruments and so many music genres, ‘You’ has a touch of a basic minimalist West Bengal vibe to it, almost giving away Anindya’s hailing from Calcutta where songs are often played with only one or two musical instruments.
You make impossible come true.
No one makes it easy like you do….
Now I am like a child when you are gone,
Without you, I refuse to carry on.
In you, I’ve found a lover and a friend,
It feels like a lover in the guise of a song who was told to appreciate and express how it feels to have a companion just the way Anindya expressed his. It gives away the vibe of the warmth that a cup of coffee gives in a chilly winter breeze, the tranquility a hug brings, and the kindness a partner’s smile possesses, almost like Nirvana.
Imagine if one night in the winter, it’s all chilly outside, snow sticking to the ground and you are inside your room in front of the fireplace with a guitar in your hand wanting to sing and dedicate a song to your loved one, what would you choose? Yes, there are many but I bet, you won’t be searching for anything new when you hear Anindya’s ‘You’.
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Review by: Sofia Aleksandra