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Description « V/A - Saigon Supersound Vol. 2 (CD) »
**** PREORDER: AVAILABLE ON OCTOBER 8th 2018 ****
Saigon Supersound Continues… to present more interesting tunes of a musical era that has long been obscured. With the well-received Volume 1, we are very delighted to dig deeper and share with you the beautiful music of a short but significant period in Vietnam‘s history.
Much like the country itself, the music of Vietnam has endured many twists. As the result of the Geneva Accords in 1954, Vietnam was divided into two. From the North, the Nationalist forces fought to reunite Vietnam as a Communist State, while the American troops backed the government of the South. This caused a mass migration of Northerners to the South, which includes many Tân Nhạc (Modern Music) singers and songwriters. Often characterized by its emotive, poetic and prolific personality, Tân Nhạc continued to freely develop in the South and progressively vacating from the influences of its main inspiration, French music. In the North, the Resistance music, or the so-called Nhạc Đỏ (Red Music), which promoted socialism, patriotism and anti-capitalism was the only genre allowed on national radio. Tân Nhạc was something new to the South Vietnamese repertoire. Between 1954–1960, the theme of hometown (quê hương) was a main inspiration for many songwriters such as Hoàng Thi Thơ, Lam Phương and Nguyễn Hữu Thiết. The 9th title of the compilation, “Thôn Trăng Mở Hội Trăng Tròn” showcases a variety of images that were often described in this genre: the harvest moon, playful children, old mother…
Every recording made in this era is then an organic combination of human experiences, communications and uniqueness. In 1965, the first American troop landed in Vietnam, bringing with them the musical influences of the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Elvis Presley… The Vietnamese people quickly integrated it into the repertoire with hope to further diversify the music of Vietnam. Constantly changing and learning from different cultures, the modern music of Vietnam cuts a window into the soul of a Vietnamese person and the country’s history as a whole. With that, we hope that Saigon Supersound Volume 2 would take you on a trip back to the unique atmosphere of Saigon through the many different palettes of music that this beautiful place offers.
1. Sai Gon - Carol Kim
2. Khi Tinh Yeu Đên - Son Ca
3. Co Tay Đen - Van Son
4. Loan Măt Nhung - Elvis Phương
5. Con Gai Cua Me - Thanh Tuyên
6. Trang Mơ Ben Suôi - Thanh Thuy
7. Khuc Hat An Tinh - Phuong Dung
8. Sang Rưng - Thanh Lan
9. Thon Trang Mơ Họi Trang Tron - Son Ca
10. Xin Lê Cuơi Em - Tuy Phuơng
11. Funky Do – Champagne
12. Tai Anh Hay Tai Em - Hùng Cương & Mai Lệ Huyên
13. Tup Lêu Lý Tương - Connie Kim
14. Đuơng Len Non - Truơng Hai
15. Nhơ Minh Anh Thoi - Mai Lẹ Huyên
16. Mưng Năng Xuan Vê - Lẹ Thu
17. Nhưng Đôi Hoa Sim - Phuong Dung
18. Lo Tho To Liêu - Kích Động Nhac AVT
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