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If You'Re Listening To Music Now... Whats Playing? 4

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Fon and Mike as well from udon, not many concerts these days, one at Victory monument on the first Sun of the month but the place is far too small. Went down to Pattaya cafes a few times, not many of them left around now anywhere, mostly beer halls and Taweng Deang places, they are better than nothing.

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13 hours ago, Digitalbanana said:

The Raincoats - Lola [1979 cover]

 

Saw them in South London in 79ish

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3 hours ago, Orton Rd said:

Siriporn used to do some great concerts, saw her 5 times in one week once, happy days

 

 

Yes great stuff love it and the county fairs around rocket time..great music all round. 

 

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2 hours ago, talahtnut said:

Yeah Pattaya had similar smaller shows like Chem Isarn, Ban taworn seetong etc,

I miss 'em, but its all gone to western now...and yes I liked some of Siriporns songs.

My wife used to sing/screech one or two of them,

There are at least two places for Issan music in Pattaya. 

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1 hour ago, bannork said:

So many good singers from Issan. Siripon is from Udon Thani province, as is Ponsak Songsaen.

Here she is singing about finding love at Hualampong railway station.

How's it going jacky?  5555

 

Top music, top key board,  top everything! So much great music in Thailand

 

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Here they are with Arnel,a great singer also.Almost sounds like Steve.

Check out how it all went down.

 

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23 minutes ago, The manic said:

There are at least two places for Issan music in Pattaya. 

Hi manic, could you let me know where..Many years ago there was a place called

Esaan Keow in a grassy space in soi Buakeow, probably a Bank or shop now.

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10 minutes ago, talahtnut said:

Hi manic, could you let me know where..Many years ago there was a place called

Esaan Keow in a grassy space in soi Buakeow, probably a Bank or shop now.

One is on WS. Second bar on the right..Surprisingly good especially later on. The other, bigger, more authentic,  you can bring your own whisky and get food served at tables is on that road that connects 2nd Rd to 3rd rd. It joins second Rd past the old big c. Its opposite a big Thai club called Hollywood Behind Art in Paradise and Tiffanys Pattaya Soi Song

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25 minutes ago, talahtnut said:

Hi manic, could you let me know where..Many years ago there was a place called

Esaan Keow in a grassy space in soi Buakeow, probably a Bank or shop now.

About 10 years ago i went to 4. One was called Dr Music on 3rd road i think. One was Thapraya near the captains table, its gone now..They were v authentic,  rough and ready,  cheap, very few farangs. Me and my girl just asked the Motosai boys. I only know of two now but ill look again soon.

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7 hours ago, The manic said:

About 10 years ago i went to 4. One was called Dr Music on 3rd road i think. One was Thapraya near the captains table, its gone now..They were v authentic,  rough and ready,  cheap, very few farangs. Me and my girl just asked the Motosai boys. I only know of two now but ill look again soon.

Many thanks for your help, I like the 'bring  your own Sang Som and get table service'. Brilliant!

Sorry for late reply but I've been trying to get my car to start.

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