BARNYEN RAKGAN AND BISUNA
Morlam Kue Palan Sam 3
One of Thailand's greatest singers in morlam sing duet album. Less sophisticated than her morlam albums,but with an appealing rawness. Not too much variation in the music here; upbeat, pulsating and danceable. Hugely enjoyable, with a sense of fun and humour. Click here to email for availability
BARNYEN RAKGAN AND SUPA DATDUANDEN
Morlam Kue Palan Sam 4
Two fantastic singers, very different in style, join forces on an album of morlam/morlam sing. Amazing vocals, with unexpected twists in the music, taking it slightly away from the usual format. Supa has a rough, slightly hoarse voice, while Barnyen is more the archetypal sweet vocalist. Click here to email for availability
BOTALA AND ANKANAN
Morlam Kue Palan Sam 5
Morlam sing, but not the usual high tempo version, but with a more gentle rolling rhythm. The male/female format, the usual ingredients, without ever getting too wild.
BRASAN WYENSIMAN AND SUPA DATDUANDEN
Morlam Kue Palan Sam 6
Morlam sing, the type that the morlam purists might not like, but has proved to be endurable. Male/Female vocal duets, medium/fast tempo, driving rhythms, phin,
khaen, and totally infectious. Click here to email for availability
TONME MALAI AND BARNYEN RAKGAN
Morlam Kue Palan Sam 7
Another morlam sing album featuring the great Barnyen Rakgan, with top male singer. The usual mix of keyboards and phin, drums and khaen, off beat rhythms and wailing vocals.
Fairly recent popular singer in Thailand. Mix of morlam and morlam sing that steers clear of too much western influences and cheap synthesisers. Mostly mid and up-tempo. Click here to email for availability
Hot morlam sing. Very rootsy, almost primitive, male vocals and mostly simpleThai instrumentation, although comes with it's cheesy synthesiser moments as well.
Not surprsingly similar to Hot 1 above, but bigger sound, more sophisticated, more drum machines, less wild. Still good though.
Exhuberant morlam and morlam sing from the effervescent Lochanan.Most songs are of similar vain,medium to fast tempo, skanking rhythms, fast phin playing, and powerful vocals.
Wonderful album of pop morlam sing.Not likely to make you think too much or pull the heart strings, just happy go-lucky feel good pop. Click here to email for availability