Label: Akuphone
Format: LP
Release Year: 2018

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A collection of recordings of various musical practices from the Laotian provinces of Champasak, Attapeu, Sekong and Saravan. The most famous and typical music form is the molam Lao, an art of singing accompanied with the khene, a mouth organ which is the symbol of Laos. This collection compels one to discover the brao gongs, the triang bamboo flutes, the Lao, Ta Oy, Alak, OI, Pacoh or Nyaheun mouth organs as well as the powerful singing accompanying these instruments. Caught on the spot between 2006 and 2013 by Laurent Jeanneau, aka King Gong.

Listen to: Music of Southern Laos by Various
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A1. Unknown Artist - Brao Lave Gongs
05:09
A2. Ong, Keo - Ta Oy Courting Song
04:46
A3. Unknown Artist - Triang Pao Kabang
01:12
A4. Unknown Artist - Nyaheun Jeu Phawn Peng Gawng Ploung Ken
02:57
A5. Nang Pit - Katu Song
04:21
B6. Bouthavy Namakhon, Tong Lo Khoun, Khamphan Kukouphan - Lao Lam Saravan
06:12
B7. Vilaiphon, Keyson - Oi Duet
03:17
B8. Unknown Artist - Alak Gongs
03:03
B9. Unknown Artist - Alak Khene Molam
02:51
B10. Kon Liet - Pacoh Song
02:13
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