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Various - Luk Thung! The Roots Of Thai Funk download album
Rock / Pop / World and Country
Performer: Various
Title: Luk Thung! The Roots Of Thai Funk
Style: Luk Thung
Year 2010
Country Thailand
Genre: Rock / Pop / World and Country
Rating: 4.1
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MP3 size: 1967 mb
FLAC size: 1472 mb
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Various - Luk Thung! The Roots Of Thai Funk download album


Includes download-card for entire album and soon to be released Paradise Bangkok 7" PB005.

Matrix, Runout: LUK THUNG ZRMCD003. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat. I partly purchased this CD because of the packaging. Glad I did, this is such a good album, my favourite Thai funk compilation by some distance. Reply Notify me Helpful. Following on from two blistering compilations of Thai funk, we turn back the clock to consider the music’s antecedents. The term ‘Luk Thung’ is derived from a phrase that literally means ‘song of the child of the fields’.

Big name local luk thung singers were picked to do the playback singing, including Chatri Sichon, replacing the parts as sung by legendary playback singers Mohd Rafi & Lata Mangeshkar. Chatri Sichon’s ‘Chom Nang’ became a quick Khruangbin favourite, as our love of filmi soundtracks and Thai funk were now fused together in this stunning track. Caravan ‘Khon Phu Khao’. Caravan, founded by student activists during the early 1970s democracy movement, launched the phleng pheua chiwit (songs for life) genre, heavily influenced by western folk-rock and protest songs. For further exploration of Thai funk, psych and soul, read our extended interview with Paradise Bangkok’s Chris Menist here.

Apart from luk thung, luk krung, and string, there is a fourth genre, pleng puea chiwit (li. songs for life). This genre emerged in the late 1960s among the political left, and was influenced by anti-establishment American folk-rock as represented by Bob Dylan and Joan Baez. Pleng puea chiwit songs during the period of the 1970s were often banned from the radio, although distribution continued via cassette. Source: Amporn Jirattikorn 2006.

Addanother genre or tag to narrow down your results. Crate 03 - Thai Grooves (Funk, Jazz, Rock, Psych, Soul, Luk Thung and Mo Lam from Thailand). by DigginInTheCrates.

RadioThai e anni 60. · 6 October 2016 ·. James Brown sorride beato per la immensa performance di Meesak Nakaratch. Love Hot (I Got You I Feel Good Cover) - Meesak Nakaratch - Thai Funk ZudRangMa. Un po' di Thai Funk, tanto per gradire. com/watc. oom Puwarin - Tai Por Karm Bar (Die Because Of The Chubbiness).

Various Artists, The Sound of Siam: Leftfield Luk Thung, Jazz & Molam in Thailand 1964-1975. world music thailand siam luk thung jazz molam '60 '70s southeast asia. This album is an absolute gold mine, every track is better than the last. Ever wonder what a Thai cover of 25 or 6 to 4 would sound like? Better than the original! ronisolomondds. thailand music luk thung rung petchburi. Luk Thung! The Roots of Thai Funk. Luk Thung Thailand Plearn Promdan.

Luk thung (literally "song of the countryside")is a much broader, rural style that had a bigger impact nationally. Artists like Saksiam Petchompu began fusing this style with molam, a move which propelled him to national fame. You can hear the influence of western funk, as well as Thai arrangements, on the luk thung Isan (as the hybrid became known) smash "Jeb Jin Jeb Jai" included here. The Sound of Siam 2 - Molam & Luk Thung Isan from North-East Thailand 1970 - 1979 features 19 tracks, many appearing outside of Thailand for the first time. Both CD and double LP &.

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Tracklist

Plearn Promdan* Farang Zeang Bong Fai -Excerpt-
Plearn Promdan* Koy Yung Mai Por
Poom Puwarin Tai Por Karm Bar
Thawal Pukathorn* Pu Ying Yang Nong
Saksiam Petch-Chompu* Jeb Jeb Sab Sab
Kangwanprai Lukpetch* Chan Yak Kah Mia
Rungpetch Lamsing* Ban Nork Dee Nae
Thepporn Petch-Ubon* Jon Thaw Nor
Praiwan Lukpetch* Mai Eam Ruk
Samai Onwong* Nao Nao Ron Ron
Rungfah Puping* Puyai Lee Santana
Suang Santi* Dub Fai Kui Gun
Thepporn Petch-Ubon* Par Gun Koh
Noppadol Duangporn* Yaak
Dao Bandon* Mae Jom Kalon
Petch Pohtaram* Nong Jeoy
Sornpetch Pinyo* Luek Rao Dume Nom
Samai Onwong* Ruk Thung Na

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZRMCD003 Various Luk Thung! The Roots Of Thai Funk ‎(CD, Comp, Ltd, Num) ZudRangMa Records ZRMCD003 Thailand 2010
none Various Luk Thung! The Roots Of Thai Funk ‎(CDr, Comp, Mixed, RE) ZudRangMa Records none Thailand 2015


Thetalen
I partly purchased this CD because of the packaging. Glad I did, this is such a good album, my favourite Thai funk compilation by some distance.
Nightscar
Following on from two blistering compilations of Thai funk, we turn back the clock to consider the music’s antecedents.The term ‘Luk Thung’ is derived from a phrase that literally means ‘song of the child of the fields’. Much of Thailand is still made up of rural and semi-rural communities, so it is, in other words, the music of the people. This form, through taking on modern elements and evolving continues to remain relevant.Although it was a musical hybrid, Thai Funk’s rootedness in the popular music of the day, as well as Thai culture, has kept it from being a carbon copy, or merely aping a sound from another part of the world.The story of one singer featured here, Dao Bandon, exemplifies this. He studied as a monk after having to drop out of school, and only pursued a musical career when he left the monastery. Bearing in mind the focus of the voice utilised in Thai religious music, this fed into his unique vocal style that is just as comfortable with slow ballads as it is the uptempo luk thung/mor lam style which made him famous.The roots of Thai Funk are not merely stylistic - they can be found in the music and culture that goes right to the heart of Thailand and it’s people. Press play, and enjoy.