"Most of the songs are finished." says Sek.
"Grammy will distribute it in Thailand and I'm looking fot other labels to distribute it all over the world."
The tracks are "Bangkok Phi Phi" (an English version of his hit "Pantip") "Love is My Religion", "I Wish I Could", "Ready Aim Fire", "Regency on Ice", "Fly Away", "Exactly", "In the Air", :English School" and "She's So Sexy"
"Songwriting in English is easier than in Thai because of the controlling tones," Sekobserves. "Of course, my English is still weak, but I try to read a lot of books and learn how to use the interesting words and phrases."
"Love is My Religion" is about my life as a country boy who left his hometown [in Nakhon Ratchasima] to live in England.
In 'I Wish I Could' and 'In the Air' I wrote about the damage that Thailand's coast suffered in the tsunami.
I'd watched on YV how so many people helped the affected residents and tourists, and I went to Ban Nam Khem with my video camera and I was able to make some of the kids there happy with my songs.
" 'In the Air' is about how the tsunami separated families and loving couples."
Grammy reportedly advanced Sek Bt30 million for expenses, including his trips to England and some time at Peter Gabriel's recording studio Real World.
It was an expensive session, and Sek is eager to hear what music fans think about the results. He's playing at the fabled Glastonbury Festival in southwest England next month.
"I must get some feedback on my songs!"
Asked what his highest aim is once the new album emerges, Sek says without hesitation, "to be a proficient songwriter"
As for fame, he laughs at the notion that he might swap lo-so for hi-so - high society.
"I'm still Sek Loso, not Sek Hiso!" he chuckles.
June 7, 2005