Don't Think I've Forgotten
Cambodia's Lost Rock and Roll

Don't Think I've Forgotten - Cambodia's Lost Rock and Roll
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Roy

The song at 1:42 is a classic. It's an accurate title of this documentary, the best I've seen about the history of Khmer music.

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Alex

Wonderful, informative film. Does anyone know what the chant at 1:37:47 is?

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Roy

The Khmer chant is performed during a funeral or when someone has died. Although the sound and meaning are sad, the song is meant to comfort those who are going through grief.

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