Tình Hoài Hương (Homesick) 1993 4m 33
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixPaDvubffU = PBN collection
1. Tình Ca 6m 23.
2. Tình Hoài Hương. 4m34
3. 11m - Conversation 6m 50
4. 17:50. Ngày Xưa Hoàng Thi 4m 03
5. 19.19. Trả Lại Em Yêu 2m 38
6. 21:57. Kỷ Vật Cho Em Tình Ca 1m 28
7. 24.00. Tinh Ca 2m 25
8. 26m 25 w. Ý Lan - 33m52 7m 25
Dòng Sông Xanh 16 secs in - 4m36 = 4m10
TÌNH HOÀI HƯƠNG (Homesick) green dress
Thái Thanh August 5, 1934 - March 17, 2020
Thái Thanh's singing skills and Pham Duy's composing skills were a perfect match. For over 20 years, Thái Thanh enjoyed great success. She had a unique style of singing which combined Tonkinese folk music, French popular music, and Western opera. Vietnam's first major singing star who became known as the Timeless Voice. In 1956, Thái Thanh married film actor Lê Quỳnh. Their marriage lasted until 1965 and they had five children.
After 1975, the authorities
repeatedly asked her to sing propaganda songs for the government, but she
refused. Therefore, she was banned from concerts, television, radio etc for 10 years.
She had all kinds of jobs from cleaning tables and chairs, to selling coffee on
the sidewalk. In 1985, she emigrated and became part of the Vietnamese musical
diaspora in Orange County, California. Her career prospered, and she collaborated
with Diem Xua Productions, who release all of her studio albums from then on.
She performed at live shows for overseas Vietnamese audiences throughout North America, Australia and Europe, as well as appearing on several music videos for Thuy Nga Paris. She announced her retirement in 2002. Thái Thanh died on March 17, 2020, in Orange County. A true legend.
Funeral 34 30 Cỏ Hồng 7m 48 Ý Lan - Nụ Tầm Xuân & Bài Ca Sao 7m