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    Thai Music Hits - Past and Present

    Do you have any Thai songs you like? Post them here.

    I'll be honest in that I don't understand the meanings to most of the Thai music I like. Some of the songs I have no idea what they sing about at all but who cares if it makes you feel good.


    An oldie but quite popular at that time it came out...

    'Somsi 1992' - by Ying Yong





    A popular one by Bird, Sabai Sabai. I remember an older foreign woman who used to work her way from bar beer to bar beer in Pattaya requesting this song all the time. I used to like to request songs too and it seemed like whenever I went to Pattaya she would come come along and request this song.






    A couple of good Loso songs...

    Som Sarn



    Red Bicycle


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    Horrible apart from Ying Yong, seen him dozens of times, last on may 5th. He often appears with Dao Myuree and Appaporn Nakonsawan as they are all mates. Strange thing is although he comes across as a friendly joker on stage, somewhat like Monsit Khomsoi, he is nothing like that off. With top line Diamond label these days.
    Could post hundreds of things but just too lazy to upload them onto you tube which takes forever on this ISP how do you post whats already on there just post the url here?

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    To post a vid from youtube just post the link and it opens up automatically.


    This is a kids' song my daughter liked quite a bit a couple years ago...

    Carrot Song - Nong Mai





    Another Song from a ways back. Kind of cheesy stuff but it's what I remember.

    ไม่อยากกลับบ้าน : เพ็ญพักตร์ ศิริกุล




    Pumphuang Duangjan, the Luktung Queen singing Somtam. I guess the song was written by Princess Sirintorn if I am wrong about that please correct me. My wife got me into Pumphuang's stuff. I would guess most farmer's daughter's over 35 would like her stuff. There's some concernt to mark the anniversary of her death in Bangkok this Sunday if I remember right. Not sure where that is. Seem to have them all the time here.




    Joey Boy - Loy talay


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    Mon Rak Luk Tung around 1994-5 TV show theme song...


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    BIG ASS

    Love (Ruk/รัค)


    BIG ASS

    Kah Noi Som Kuan Dtai (nice song that had real meaning when I broke up with Noi - hahaha)



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    Silly Fools - Stay Away

    The "new" Silly Fools with US import lead singer

    This song is in English



    Silly Fools - ngoh - โง่ (stupid) Funny Video



    Silly Fools Row pen kon leurk eng - เราเป็นคนเลือกเอง (We are what we choose to be)


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    This is the first Thai song that caught my attention when I arrived. It reminds me of the theme song to The Odd Couple. I guess its called something like 'The man with long hair in English'

    ไอ้หนุ่มผมยาว






    Another one from back a bit - now a classic Thai rock song

    Suea Thanapol - 18 ฝน sip-paed fon


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattanaburi
    Do you have any Thai songs you like?
    I'm sorry but for some strange medical reason Thai music and my ears, generally, just don't get on. All my fault, but there it is.

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    The first time I tried to post a youtube thing, something to do with beating kittens in a box, it did the same as you've got here ^

    Why is that?

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    [quote=Rattanaburi;1072498]To post a vid from youtube just post the link and it opens up automatically.


    This is a kids' song my daughter liked quite a bit a couple years ago...

    Carrot Song - Nong Mai

    Get her the latest album it really is good and her best, great fun and several tracks recorded at her School in Nothaburi. Of course she looks a good deal older now at 13, carrot song was from 2004 I think.

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    OK I will try one and a very special singer. This song by Mangpor is an echo of a Thai style called Pleng Ho which has all but died out, sometimes called luktung cowboy it often included yodeling and dressing in western outfits. Called Sao luktung


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    Quote Originally Posted by jandajoy
    Why is that?
    One of life's great mysteries. I've tried all sorts of things to fix but can't. I'll just live with it. Assume you all can get the vid to play?

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    Siriporn is great, but Banyen Rakken is the shit!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post

    Hard to believe now that Bo rak si damn was banned by almost all the radio stations in Thailand when it came out-at the insistence of a powerful rival company. I never understood why PGM did not make more of this, the most popular country song ever recorded. As far as I know there is only this MV with a poor vocal, and another which they filmed. Good move when she went to Grammy, but moe or less an end to morlam recording.

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    ^I have Borak Si Dam on CD and the quality is fine. I've never heard anything about its having been banned. The one and only time I've been to the Isaan Tawan Daeng it was the opening 3 numbers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mao say dung
    Borak Si Dam on CD
    Same here. Good quality. Will see if I can find one of my other favorites. Hang on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mao say dung View Post
    Siriporn is great, but Banyen Rakken is the shit!
    Rachanee morlam is knocking on a bit now, 57 I think and older than Nok Noi, although she has recorded luktung as well as some latin numbers she is best known for her morlam recordings and did a lot to popularise it with TV appearances in the 80's.Her daughter Candy is a DJ on fm 95. I love her outfits and she is without doubt the best female morlam dancer. She lived in the USA for a time, has a biography book out.

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    Maybe the best ever. Died far too young. Saw her last concert in Lumpini Park many years ago. Anyone know who she is?


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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy dog
    Rachanee morlam is knocking on a bit now
    She is indeed and also has a voice box problem.

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    Another nice song...
    สาวเทคนิค (Sao Technik)




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