Two words!! All it takes is two specific words from one specific song to change my whole perspective over my career.
More episodes from "92.Omama"
Let’s push the limit!
30:06Me and a few of those who pushed the boundaries in art field. (ကျနော်နဲ့ အနုပညာနယ်ချဲ့ခဲ့သူများ) Codex Seraphinianus, ကိုဝေဖုန်း..အစရှိသဖြင့်
A wise man once said…
26:13The topic I forgot to deliver in season 1: “The only book I grabbed for the journey to where I’m at right now” Then the topic moves to the books Ko Mgmg Zaw Latt gave me a decade ago and what those books gave me to turn my head around.
Audio Book 2: ကျနော်တို့လူစု ကွဲနေသည်
21:52Welcome to season 2. This is another mini audio clip of my short essay “We are high as f**k”. Why this one? Because this piece was my very first essay with strong drug references that was printed on paper during the time of censorship. 🤪
The Night That Changed My Life
15:02One night of 1996, I saw a random person singing the song which seemed to be of his own under the moon light. Afterwards my dad played a spectacular record of U Khaing Htoo named “သိလား” in our car. Those two different experiences combined together, I started to brainstorm about writing my own materials and that became one of the factors that initiated my songwriting career.
The Child In Me
30:49There’s a child trapped inside all of us. Some kill it to “fit in”. Some develop it to find peace and happiness.
Sleeping With Attitude !!
16:48My first mini audiobook to help you sleep during chaotic times like these. The essay was originally printed in “ပမာမခန့်စာတမ်းများ” published almost a decade ago. Feel free to drop your favorite essay of mine to record next audiobook episodes.
The World Without Art
32:16This is to reveal how Burmese art has survived under military suppression/censorship within past few decades and where it is going under the same suppression all over again.
The “Last Times” we didn’t notice
21:19I found this on socials: one day you and your bestie played for the last time and neither of you noticed it’d be your last time playing together. That led me to make this episode saying how Raymond was like in studios.
My eulogy for Raymond
26:55This is a tribute episode to our fallen star, Raymond of the Burmese rock band “Idiots” who passed away during military coup. His song and energy shall live on til the end of the time.
A lesson learned from Ko Khin One
24:06Two words!! All it takes is two specific words from one specific song to change my whole perspective over my career.