Ep86: Lim Kiang

Season 3 | Episode 95
45m | Nov 7, 2023

Ti-i-i-ime seems to be on Lim Kiang's side. As a founding member of Straydogs, he was responsible for helping to shape the sound of Singapore's Sixties, thanks to songs like 'Freedom', 'Mum's Too Pampering', 'Cold Morning' and 'Repent'. The band captured the harder rhythms that earlier bands like The Quests and The Crescendos lacked. Now, nearly 60 years later, Lim Kiang shares what it's like to still rock out with Welcome To The Machine, arguably Asia's only Pink Floyd tribute band. Not bad for someone who picked up the bass not knowing anything more than four chords!



Listen to Lim Kiang's album, Last Dog Standing

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