Leelawadee Quartet are group of musicians under the leadership of Suwan Manosorn, currently a member of the Thai National Symphony Orchestra. Manosorn plays violin and accordion, with the other members playing viola, cello, flute, violin and accordion. The small chamber quartet plays Thai melodies beautifully and are joined by female singers on some tracks.
1. Ruk Puk Jai 2. Ruk Khun Kaw Laew 3. Kwam Rak Jaw Kar 4. Jai Phee 5. Saw Sa Eurn 6. Khun Ja Knon Mak Pai Laew 7. Naw Tak 8. Tee Rak 9. Pieng Kum Deaw 10. Rak Eur Rak Kar 11.Tico Tico
KHUN-IN JAZZ OF SIAM
Jazz of Siam
Khun-In Tosa-nga is the leader of this amazing band, playing the Thai Xylophone, called Ranatek. He started performing aged five, graduated in music from the College of Dramatic Arts, Bangkok, and has played with various artists from around the world. He is joined by top pianist Budinant Deeswasmongkol, bass player Veerawong Wannavijit, drummer Jeerwat Saeng-Anan with some vocals by Tassaton Chareonsap.
1. Jean Dok Mai 2. Lao Lam Pang 3. Ka Men Om Treuk 4. Soi Sang Dang 5. Ton Wo Ra Ched 6. Kak Gu Rit 7. Se Re Mao 8. Pa Ma Ram Kwan 9. Over the Rainbow
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