Monday, September 15, 2014

naang naang: le' ywei sin tei mya



artist: naang naang
album: le' ywei sin tei mya
01. aue tueng pi aay mi yu laue
02. nam khong ue man mi laue
03. pi aay nong te kwaa yaw
04. kon aue nam
05. seng nok tong lo
06. hu tueng se pok maa laa
07. aue pew moe khaaw may
08. unknown title
09. seng taang maue
10. kaang aue ko sum taang hak
11. mok hong aw
12. kho kwaam yuen thueng aay ko haan
13. te moe nay ko moe loy loy
14. ngaw loen ngaw laaw
15. yaa aue lek naa aay
16. unknown title

i hope everyone will forgive the long absence.. i've been in the middle of another transcontinental move! i figure after such a break i'd better come back with something big; so today we'll hear from the incredible female-fronted shan rock group, naang naang. i don't know anything about the composition or history of the group, other than that they're from burma/myanmar's shan state, which shares a long and porous border with northern thailand. i also know that they have one of the heaviest guitars in the golden triangle! i got a lot of questions about this band after i played the lead track here on gary sullivan's awesome radio show, so this cassette should make a few people pretty happy.. enjoy!!

preview:

9 comments:

Timmy said...

Oh, MAN! You hit a grand slam with this one, Amigo... It's got everything, psychedelic guitar, haunting echos, and that screahing top noitch vocal from an Asian Femme Fatale. THANX ~~~~

Dolmance said...

This is awesome. Thank you.

Dennis said...

Lovely music. Thank you.

Willie Bobo said...

Oh shit. So good! Thank you.

paco's brother said...

I have just discovered with pleasure your blog.
Thank you for this beautiful music.

Holly said...

LOVE this. Thank you Peter - and thanks for being such a great guest host on Gary's show!!! :-)

Hyde said...

this one is super great. thanks!

Boeckstyns said...

Fantastic!

Anonymous said...

one of my favorite cassettes. Nang Num Mao is also featured on this cassettes. She sings "aue pew moe khaaw may", "mok hong aw", and "kho kwaam yuen thueng aay ko haan". the rest of the songs are sung bu Nang Nang. do you have any more shan cassettes? it's such a special scene. have you heard this cassette? https://youtu.be/DoV6ExHIwmw