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  4. Chawiwan Damnoen (also spelled Chaweewan Dumnern; Thai: ฉวีวรรณ ดำเนิน) is a Thai morlum singer. She was born in 1945 in the Ratchatani Province.…

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  8. Kawaw Siang Thong (Thai: กาเหว่า เสียงทอง) is a Thai Luk Thung singer.

  9. "“You ran away with my watch, you took my black briefs too.” “Having weed is better than having silver.” “Don’t be a loose woman.” These aren’t…

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  11. Onuma Singsiri (Thai: อรอุมา สิงห์ศิริ) is a Thai luk thung and morlum singer.

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  15. Thepporn Petchubon (a.k.a. Thepporn Petch; Thai: เทพพร เพชรอุบล) is a Thai Luk Thung singer.

  16. Saksiam Petchchompu, also transliterated as Saksayam Phetchomphu (Thai: ศักดิ์สยาม เพชรชมภู) is a Luk Thung and Molam singer form Thailand. He…

  17. Sroeng Santi (also spelled Suang Santi; Thai สรวง สันติ) was a Thai rocker who died in 1982. His music is slowly being discovered in the west,…

  18. Payong Mukda, born in the Ratchburi Province of Thailand, led the Thai genre of music known as "shadow music" in the mid-1960s (referencing a UK…

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  20. Ream Daranoi (Thai: เรียม ดาราน้อย) is a singer from Thailand.

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