Taï Phong

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Taï Phong
Origin France
Years active 1972-1982
2000 (reformed)
Labels WEA
Website www.tadros.com
Members Khanh Maï
Past members Jean-Jacques Goldman
Jean-Alain Gardet
Taï Sinh
Pascal Wuthrich
Michael Jones
Stéphan Caussarieu

Taï Phong is a French progressive rock band formed by two Vietnamese brothers Khanh Mai (guitar, voice) and Tai Sinh (bass, guitar, voice, keyboards), in 1975.[1] They were joined by Jean-Alain Gardet (keyboards), Stephan Caussarieu (drums, percussions) and Jean-Jacques Goldman (guitar, voice, violin).

They released three albums between 1975 and 1979: Taï Phong (1975), Windows (1976) and Last Flight (1979). Sister Jane (1975), the first single from their first album, was a radio hit.

The band reunited in 2000 with Khanh Maï and Stephan Caussarieu. They are joined by Hervé Acosta (voice) and Angelo Zarzuelo (keyboards).

As of 2007, Khan Maï remains the only original member of the band.



  • 1975: Taï Phong
  • 1976: Windows
  • 1979: Last Flight
  • 2000: Sun
  • 2013: The Return of Samurai


  • 1975: "Sister Jane" / "Crest"
  • 1975: "(If You're Headed) North for Winter" / "Let Us Play"
  • 1976: "Games" / "The Gulf of Knowledge"
  • 1977: "Follow Me" / "Dance"
  • 1978: "Back Again" / "Cherry"
  • 1978: "Fed Up" / "Shanghai Casino"
  • 1979: "Rise Above the Wind" (specially recorded for Sono)
  • 1986: "I'm Your Son" / "Broken Dreams"



  1. ^ "Tai Phong biography". progarchives.com. Retrieved 9 June 2012. 

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