Thai Pop Spectacular 1960’s – 1980’s

So recently I have been listening to way too much world music. I have to listen to a few of these songs at least once to get my day off on the right foot. Sublime Frequencies put this album out, if you don’t know about them, you should….

SUBLIME FREQUENCIES is a collective of explorers dedicated to acquiring and exposing obscure sights and sounds from modern and traditional urban and rural frontiers via film and video, field recordings, radio and short wave transmissions, international folk and pop music, sound anomalies, and other forms of human and natural expression not documented sufficiently through all channels of academic research, the modern recording industry, media, or corporate foundations. SUBLIME FREQUENCIES is focused on an aesthetic of extra-geography and soulful experience inspired by music and culture, world travel, research, and the pioneering recording labels of the past…

Soo…The first track I listen to most mornings is called Gang Geng Nai Krai Lab or Look Whose Underwear is Showing by Kabuan Garn Yor Yod Yung Yong. The dudes vocals put a smile on my face and the bass line grooves like no other. The other track I’m going to share is called Fawn Ngeo or Dance of the Ngeo it’s an instrumental track by Johnny Guitar, that meshes garage rock and the traditional sounds of Thailand so well that you won’t know if you should dance or order a papaya salad. Speaking of which I posted this track on youtube…..


Here’s the link for this track…
http://www.divshare.com/download/9597095-e03

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One thought on “Thai Pop Spectacular 1960’s – 1980’s

  1. pls can you sand to me good music in thai

    best reagrds

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