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Like many other bloggers, occasionally, my vanity urges me to see what the search engines produce when I pop in my name. Why on earth the spiders connected this great song with my name I don’t know. I know it came up with my Purple Haze short story.
However, neither do I know know what language it is, and certainly I don’t know who the band is, but I love it. Reminds me of early Bowie. I’d appreciate information from anyone who recognises the band, or the language and from where it originates. Happy Easter!
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I know this band – Brown, the singer, sang in a band i used to go to see regularly many moons ago in Krabi. I caught up with him again this year – again in Krabi with this new band. They are AWESOME and amazing live performers. We met up with them again in Bangkok where they played to a mainly Thai crowd just off Kho San Road. They are a top bunch of guys and really know how to get the crowd going. They have a facebook page and i strongly advise anyone travelling to Thailand to contact them for a gig list. Truly – not to be missed.
Thanks for that, Shirley. If I were going to Thailand I’d definitely try to get to see them. They deserve an even larger audience. I’m sure they’d do incredibly well in Europe.
A happy little song, Bryan. But I think rats in the kitchen would scare me quite a bit. The thought that rats could get onto corpses scares me too. I turned from wanting a burial to wanting to be cremated.
Running the writing through ‘google translate detect language’, it comes up as Thai! Don’t know quite how the bagpipes fit in, but a good song, I agree!
Thanks, Wendy, a liquid lunch didn’t allow me to think of running the ‘translate’ function. I thought it might be Nepalese because of the bagpipes, and the Ghurka connection with them going back so many years.