Cambodia’s lost rock ’n’ roll scene

Cambodia’s lost rock ’n’ roll scene – aljazeera.com, April 9, 2014
…“The Rolling Stones, the Beatles and the Bee Gees were huge here,” says Touch Seang Tana. “We loved to listen to them.”
Until 1975, music thrived in Phnom Penh, with clubs full night after night, crowds gathering in the streets around transistor radios to hear the latest releases, and the biggest stars being feted by the king…

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