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Khun Narin Electric Phin Band - II (2016) Lossless

12-04-2016, 12:12
World | FLAC / APE

Title: II
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Innovative Leisure
Genre: World, Tai
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 39:51
Total Size: 271 MB


1. Phua Kao 03:52
2. Phom Rak Mueang Thai 04:39
3. Baisi Sukhwan 05:38
4. Sao Kalasin Lam Phloen 05:56
5. Chackim 03:17
6. Long Wat 05:52
7. Thang Jai Thang Jao 07:45
8. Sao Ubon Ro Rak 02:52

Khun Narin's Electric Phin Band initially caught the ears of music enthusiasts via a YouTube clip posted to the Dangerous Minds blog in 2013 with the caption "Mindblowing psychedelia from Thailand". Helped by some interpreters at his local Thai restaurant, sound engineer Josh Marcy travelled to a small village near Lom Sak to record the band professionally. The result was their eponymous 2014 debut. The music Khun Narin's Electric Phin Band plays is called phin prayuk. A phin is a 3-stringed lute, on which the band uses a string of BOSS effects pedals, including a phaser, distortion and digital delay. The ever-rotating cast of members spans several generations of musicians who play on hand-made instruments and take special pride in their custom mobile PA system: an imposing tower of 8 loudspeaker horns atop a huge bass cabinet. A standard engagement sees them performing during morning rituals, playing several low-key sets from the comfort of plastic lawn chairs. After a mid-day banquet, they lead a parade through the community to the local temple, picking up more and more partiers along the way. A fan of their casual yet participatory playing environment, Marcy returned to Lom Sak in early 2015 to record more. II features covers of traditional Thai pop songs, introduces some new players including new phin players Aob and Bas while retaining some members of the old guard.

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mufty77   User offline   12 April 2016 12:16

Greatful. I have a lot of Thai music of the Ninetees. It's really good stuff. Many, many thanks for lossless!!!

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pompompom   User offline   27 April 2016 18:17

All links are dead :(

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