THAI? DAI! by V/A

SKU58192
ArtistV/A
TitleTHAI? DAI!
LabelFINDERS KEEPERS
Catalog #FKR 044LP
Genre
ReleaseWeek 04 - 2011
FormatVinyl - UKLP
EAN Barcode5060099502859
Benelux exclusive, Import
€ 17,50incl. VAT, excl. shipping

Tracks

  1. Kuen Kuen Lueng Lueng - Sroeng Santi
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/t/58192_thai_dai/1_kuen_kuen_lueng_lueng_-_sroeng_santi.mp3
  2. Ruk Kun Samong - Plearn Promdan
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/t/58192_thai_dai/2_ruk_kun_samong_-_plearn_promdan.mp3
  3. Pai Joi - Rung Petchburi
  4. Ying Ting - Plearn Promdan
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/t/58192_thai_dai/4_ying_ting_-_plearn_promdan.mp3
  5. Pu Yai Lee Santana - Rung Fah Pupin
  6. Kor Hua Jai Bee Kuen - Petch Burapa
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/t/58192_thai_dai/6_kor_hua_jai_bee_kuen_-_petch_burapa.mp3
  7. Nam Mun Pang - Sroeng Santi
  8. Kanong Krung - Teungjai Bunpraruksa
  9. Kosok Tee Det - Plearn Promdan
  10. Baa Baa Buam Buam - Sroeng Santi
  11. Jai Ten - Riem Daranoi
  12. Ngun Pad Baht - Teungjai Bunpraruksa
  13. Dub Fai Kui Gun - Sroeng Santi
  14. Klug Tum La - Jalwal, Annie & Geerasak

Description

The follow up to the label�s fastest selling and most sought after 45, the jaw dropping doppelganger Sab-Jam from Sukothai psych rocker Sroeng Santi - a dysfunctional slice of outside punk funk complete with bottles and bells breakdown � Thai? Dai! presents 14 slabs of the heaviest Thai funk and psych rockers ever committed to disc. TIP!The styles featured on this compilation fall somewhere between Luk Thung (�song of the countryside�) and Luk Krung (�song of the city�). Bangkok was a particular melting pot for the evolution of these two genres, the former alluding to musical themes and lyrics aimed at the wider national population, the latter looking westwards with a more urban �sophisticated� audience in mind. The tracks here were experimentations or dice rolling by both little known groups, as well as established figures like Plearn Promdan.

* Finders Keepers Records break new ground yet again with another forward thinking compilation of accidental-world music. Expect the unexpected.

* Officially licensed. Even within Thailand the majority of these tunes remain unissued, so it�s with great pleasure that FK present this glimpse of the strange underbelly of Thai Luk Thung in all its unique, original and outlandish glory - a small snapshot of an otherwise forgotten era gloriously remastered from the original sources with full cooperation from the original label, Sound Of Siam, Co. Ltd.