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Various Artists // Classic Productions by Surin Phaksiri 2: Molam Gems from the 1960s-80s 2xLP

Various Artists // Classic Productions by Surin Phaksiri 2: Molam Gems from the 1960s-80s 2xLP

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A 2-disc compilation record of songs by Suling Park Siri has been released from em records.Below is a description of the label.

A collection of Morlam works by Surin Park Siri, which has been set as a goal (ambition) since the launch of the Thai music archive series of Soi48 and M. It's an album.

Park Siri is an Ankanan Kunchai "Isan Lam Phloon", a game changer-like revolutionary who has changed the direction of Thai songs by eclectic Thai traditional performing arts and Western pops, but he was born and raised in Tohoku, Thailand. With more enthusiasm and creativity than anyone else, I worked on the development of Morlam, a traditional narrative art in the region of Isan.This work is a compilation of contemporary Morlam works by Park Siri from the 1970s to the 80s, when the medium moved from records to cassette tapes, and is a collection of sound sources that have not yet been compiled in Thailand.The reason this group of songs has been untouched for a long time is that he was an independent producer and that most of his work was distributed on 7-inch singles.

Entering the era of cassette tapes from the era of singles, which was the production of one song at a time, it was necessary to supply more sound sources due to format demands, and many producers broke the formal and difficult mor lam, and the threshold of entertainment technology. Corresponded by lowering.This drove the Morlam boom of the 1s, but Park Siri's style is to pursue innovation with sound (orchestra, band performance) instead of breaking the shape of entertainment, old and new, famous and unknown Morlams. Succeeded in creating musical variations against.This is a monochord with fixed performances and instruments, which is amazing in the same genre that tends to be one-way.

This time, we have selected 22 songs that listen to his skill in inheriting the traditional music of Mor lam, from graceful and authentic to radical experimental works, by Anurak Les Pattaners (Thai for "preservation and reform"). The digital version has only 18 songs).Most of the songs will be reissued for the first time and will be on CD for the first time, and some will be on record for the first time.The treasure of Thai Isan music, which was previously only heard by collectors, will be released here.Thank you for your patience.

* Note: Note:
Morlam: A traditional Southeast Asian / Lao narrative.Mo is a master, and Ram is an entertainment that speaks with intonation in the tone.In other words, it is a "master of narrative" and is a name that refers to both the singer and the performing arts.Mor lam is not a "song".

EM Records again shines the spotlight on legendary Thai producer Surin Phaksiri in this second edition of his classic productions from the 1960s-80s. The first edition, released in 2019, focused on his innovative productions in the luk thung (* 1) style. This 2022 release features his stellar, glowing molam (* 2) gems from the 60s-80s, drawn mainly from his golden era in the late 70s and early 80s. Surin Phaksiri is a highly esteemed figure in Thai music, rooted deeply in his native region The molam style of Thai music showcases the voice; indeed, the genre's name means “expert singer ”, And Thailand is blessed with an abundance of experts, singers with amazing control, grace, vitality and finesse. This collection of 22 songs (18 only for digital download) features 15 singers, ranging from venerated legends to unjustly unhe ralded masters of the art. These songs were recorded and released after the era of the 7-inch single; with the advent of the cassette boom in Thai music, most producers adopted a quantity-over-quality conveyer belt production style, churning out soundalike material to fill the Phaksiri resisted these tides and continued to work with a single-song mindset, tailoring each production's instrumentation and arrangement to precisely fit each singer and song. This care and integrity can be clearly heard in this sweetly groovy collection. gems, originally released on 7-inch vinyl, are all first-time official reissues, a project years in the making. Compiled by Soi48, who also provide liner notes. Cover art by Shinsuke Takagi (Soi48).

artist: Various Artists

label: em records

A 2-disc compilation record of songs by Suling Park Siri has been released from em records.Below is a description of the label.

A collection of Morlam works by Surin Park Siri, which has been set as a goal (ambition) since the launch of the Thai music archive series of Soi48 and M. It's an album.

Park Siri is an Ankanan Kunchai "Isan Lam Phloon", a game changer-like revolutionary who has changed the direction of Thai songs by eclectic Thai traditional performing arts and Western pops, but he was born and raised in Tohoku, Thailand. With more enthusiasm and creativity than anyone else, I worked on the development of Morlam, a traditional narrative art in the region of Isan.This work is a compilation of contemporary Morlam works by Park Siri from the 1970s to the 80s, when the medium moved from records to cassette tapes, and is a collection of sound sources that have not yet been compiled in Thailand.The reason this group of songs has been untouched for a long time is that he was an independent producer and that most of his work was distributed on 7-inch singles.

Entering the era of cassette tapes from the era of singles, which was the production of one song at a time, it was necessary to supply more sound sources due to format demands, and many producers broke the formal and difficult mor lam, and the threshold of entertainment technology. Corresponded by lowering.This drove the Morlam boom of the 1s, but Park Siri's style is to pursue innovation with sound (orchestra, band performance) instead of breaking the shape of entertainment, old and new, famous and unknown Morlams. Succeeded in creating musical variations against.This is a monochord with fixed performances and instruments, which is amazing in the same genre that tends to be one-way.

This time, we have selected 22 songs that listen to his skill in inheriting the traditional music of Mor lam, from graceful and authentic to radical experimental works, by Anurak Les Pattaners (Thai for "preservation and reform"). The digital version has only 18 songs).Most of the songs will be reissued for the first time and will be on CD for the first time, and some will be on record for the first time.The treasure of Thai Isan music, which was previously only heard by collectors, will be released here.Thank you for your patience.

* Note: Note:
Morlam: A traditional Southeast Asian / Lao narrative.Mo is a master, and Ram is an entertainment that speaks with intonation in the tone.In other words, it is a "master of narrative" and is a name that refers to both the singer and the performing arts.Mor lam is not a "song".

EM Records again shines the spotlight on legendary Thai producer Surin Phaksiri in this second edition of his classic productions from the 1960s-80s. The first edition, released in 2019, focused on his innovative productions in the luk thung (* 1) style. This 2022 release features his stellar, glowing molam (* 2) gems from the 60s-80s, drawn mainly from his golden era in the late 70s and early 80s. Surin Phaksiri is a highly esteemed figure in Thai music, rooted deeply in his native region The molam style of Thai music showcases the voice; indeed, the genre's name means “expert singer ”, And Thailand is blessed with an abundance of experts, singers with amazing control, grace, vitality and finesse. This collection of 22 songs (18 only for digital download) features 15 singers, ranging from venerated legends to unjustly unhe ralded masters of the art. These songs were recorded and released after the era of the 7-inch single; with the advent of the cassette boom in Thai music, most producers adopted a quantity-over-quality conveyer belt production style, churning out soundalike material to fill the Phaksiri resisted these tides and continued to work with a single-song mindset, tailoring each production's instrumentation and arrangement to precisely fit each singer and song. This care and integrity can be clearly heard in this sweetly groovy collection. gems, originally released on 7-inch vinyl, are all first-time official reissues, a project years in the making. Compiled by Soi48, who also provide liner notes. Cover art by Shinsuke Takagi (Soi48).

artist: Various Artists

label: em records