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  • 01. Kon Kee Lang Kwai (Man on a Water Buffalo)
    02. Num Lam Nam Chi (Man from River Chi)
    03. Rak Nong Kon Diew (I Love Only You)
    04. Bong Ja Bong (Pipe, oh Pipe)
    05. Nat Wan Kin Yaa Dong (Yaa Dong Day)
    06. Lam Plearn Kiew Sao (Courting Lam Plearn)
    07. Lam Plearn Jaroen Jai (Uplifting Lam Plearn)
    08. Sanya Na Nao (Promise for the Dry Season)
    09. Lork Pi Chut Chut (Deceive Me Completely)
    10. Ya Sading (Don't Be Loose)
    11. Ya Ting King (Don't Stop)
    12. Lam Kiew Sao Lam Noi (Courting Lam Girl Lam)
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    DAO BANDON

    Kon Kee Lang Kwai (Man on a Water Buffalo)

    [engl] For reasons unknowable, certain places in certain eras become hotbeds of music, fertile in their growth and flowering of musical talent. Thailand in the 1970s was such a place, and Dao Bandon is one of the enduring greats of that era. Born in the farm country of the Isan region, Bandon came from a poor family and was a monk during his teens, two great influences which shaped him, with his farm roots grounding the earthy heart of his lyrics, and his years of monastic chanting lending a unique resonance to his singing. After an apprenticeship with some of the greats of Thai music, Dao Bandon began to enjoy success leading his own band. The songs here, released in the 1970s, showcase the infectiously joyful Bandon groove, his mellifluous voice, and his captivating melodic sense. His lyrics deal with sex, love, marijuana, and the struggles of the poor, but no matter what he sings about, a sense of good cheer is always evident. Featuring parallel translations of the lyrics, in-depth liner notes, rare photos and of course great music, "Man on a Water Buffalo" is yet another example of Thai excellence from EM Records.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    01.11.2014
    EAN
    EAN 4560283217312
     

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