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Fun Isaan music by Pee Saderd, wife loves this song , calls it the barbeque snail song, we listen to it in the car all the time and have fun with it.

 

It is called the BBQ Snail diet

You barbeque snails and drop them in a glass of Lao Khao , then drink the lao Khao and throw the snail away. Guarantee to lose weight among other things. 🤣

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This is the original of post 602 for some reason that cover version has 3x the views Yinn might know why, better looking boys maybe?

 

 

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1 hour ago, sirineou said:

You barbeque snails and drop them in a glass of Lao Khao , then drink the lao Khao and throw the snail away.

Why would you thro away the escargot?🥴

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I think this was the first Thai tape I bought..tried using it to help learn Thai  but even with the lyrics very difficult !!

Mon Ruk Look Toong

 

 

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14 hours ago, sirineou said:

Fun Isaan music by Pee Saderd, wife loves this song

I love that song too... "jee hoy" 🤣    also his collecting mushrooms tune  ( เก็บเห็ด พีสะเดิด ) which seems  not to be on Youtube anymore.

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8 hours ago, Assurancetourix said:

 

On this subject ...
Is Thai music really music;
we can really wonder when we have to undergo deep bass, which is more saturated, of singers who do not even know how to sing just;
I was entitled to this yesterday all day yesterday;
double glazing and shutters seriously muffled the noise, yes the noise because it is not music, generated on the market place in the village;
I'm regenerating my ears and my brain with this which is really music

 

 

I posted this group on another western music thread in this forum. They have a heavy Thai (issan) influence that is more apparent in the  song below;

 who play are interested below is a tutorial in the above reefs  

Most of it is combination of a major and minor Pentatonic scale.very easy to learn, below is a tutorial

 

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Troll post and responses removed.

 

I posted this notice before but as the pages have accumulated let's make it clear once again.

 

This topic is specifically for fans of Thai music, if that is not your thing, do not post here, there are plenty of other topics on the forum in which to take part.

DO NOT post negative or derogatory remarks or attempt to disrupt this topic, they will be regarded as Trolling and dealt with accordingly.

 

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