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Who is this band? ลมหายใจในวันวาน

Mummy Daddy

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!



5 comments on “Who is this band? ลมหายใจในวันวาน

  1. Shirley
    August 31, 2015

    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.


    • Bryan Hemming
      August 31, 2015

      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.


  2. auntyuta
    April 22, 2014

    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.


  3. Wendy Kate
    April 19, 2014

    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!


    • Bryan Hemming
      April 19, 2014

      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.


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