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VA - Acid Rumba: Spanish Gypsy Grooves 1969-1976 [2011]

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Side A:
1. Los Amaya: Bailen Mi Rumbita (1972)
2. Rumba Brava: Rumba, Rumba (1976)
3. Morena Y Clara: Dejé De Quererte (1974)
4. Bambino: A Meter El Gol (1976)
5. Jose María: La Parrala (1969)
6. Toni El Gitano: Dolores (1975)
7. Trigal: Tamara (1976)

Side B:
1. Rumba Brava: Baila, Canta Y Ríe (1976)
2. Reto Gitano: Tú Me Gustas Más Y Más (1976)
3. Dolores Vargas "La Terremoto": A La Pelota (1971)
4. Morena Y Clara: No Llores Más (1974)
5. Juncal Y Sus Calistros: Tequila (1971)
6. Chango: Chivato (1971)
7. El Noi: Zorongo Rock (1975)
8. Grupo Desconocido: Te Estoy Amando Locamente (1974)

Цитата:
Are you ready for the gypsy fuzz?? "Acid Rumba" is the new compilation on Hundergrum Records ("Andergraun Vibrations", "Psicotronica" etc) and contains 15 amazing rumba and flamenco-rock tracks influenced by psych-rock-funk-soul sounds, recorded in Spain between 1969 and 1976.
At the end of the sixties and early seventies, the serious and traditional flamenco world and the rumba scene from Catalonia collided with the modern pop sounds which came from abroad. Enterprising producers adopted those new musical trends: rock, pop, psychedelia, soul, funk and more. Long-haired session musicians armed with electric guitars and drums started to get involved with flamenco and rumba singers, creating an explosive sound: fuzz and wah guitars, Moog and Farfisa synths and organs, drum breaks and soulish horns blend with exotic flamenco and rumba percussions and raw vocals.


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VA – Psicotronica! Spanish Cinematic Grooves & Funky Soundtracks (1968-1978)(2010)

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Цитата:
Rare grooves from the pulpiest regions of Spanish cinema from late 60s to late 70s – soft core erotica, comedies and otherwise exploitation style films! Needless to say, the subject matter made plenty of room for Spanish styled blaxploitation & sound library influenced grooves, psychedelic funk & rock! Laid down with flute, fuzzy guitars, organs and more – groovy, seedy stuff!


Tracklist:

1.Adolfo Waitzman Orquesta – Montecarlo Beach
2.Jou Cogra – Atrapados
3.Calderón – En Busca De Daniel
4.Greg Segura Y Su Orquesta – El Hombre De Hoy
5.Africa Ríos – Encuentros 4a Fase
6.Jou Cogras – Todo Controlado
7.Orquesta Antonio Latorre – Bajamar
8.Ray Martin – Harlem Dreams
9.Alcy Agüero Y Su Orquesta Pop – Sao Paulo
10.Jaime Pérez – Stress
11.The Friends Band Co – Without Words
12.Fernando Orteu – Amb Aquells Ulls Tan Blaus
13.J Torregrosa – Serra Do Carioca
14.Fernando Orteu – Solos Tú Y Yo
15.Nena Catherine – Trepa Que Te Trepa
16.Chalton Flyes – Drumfire
17.Decibels A Go-Go – De 9 A 6


Цитата:
In the late sixties and early to mid seventies, while Spain was still under Franco's last years of dictatorship, Spanish cinema entered two important periods known as "Landismo" (named after actor Alfredo Landa) and "Destape" (The Strip Period). Lots of bizarre, soft-erotic/comedy and exploitation films were shooted, most of them featuring groovy and delirious soundtracks. Serious and well-respected musicians like Antón García Abril, Adolfo Waitzman and Gregorio Gª Segura incorporated the latest musical trends which came from other European countries like Italy and France to their work. This was a frenetic period, in which these composers adopted the hip and modern sounds of the time to their compositions for soundtracks, mixing them with their Spanish roots, resulting in an avalanche of incredible soundtracks for exploitation films.

Virtually every Spanish comedy/exploitation/action film released during 1968 and 1974 included the typical scene of "young people dancing to groovy music at the club full of weird hippies", especially if the directors were people like Pedro Lazaga and Mariano Ozores and the cast featured actors like Alfredo Landa or José Luis López V zquez.. Sadly, the majority of these soundtracks are lost forever, as they were never released on vinyl and the audio master tapes usually were erased or ended up in the trashcan. On "Psicotrónica!" you'll find tracks taken from real soundtracks along others which sound 100% cinematic but were never included in any film. All of them taken from unknown records released in Spain between 1968 and 1978, including many rare library private recordings. A real fest of Spanish styled blaxploitation & library grooves, psychedelic funk full of flute, fuzz and wah-wah guitars, Hammond grooves, sexploitation sounds, bossa-scat nuggets, thriller-spy-action grooves...


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Various — Andergraun Vibrations!: Spanish Hard Psych And Beyond 1970/1975

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Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Psychedelic Rock

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VA - Acid Rumba: Spanish Gypsy Grooves 1969-1976 [2011]
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VA - Pentecostes Vibrations: Spanish Xian Garage Psych & Beyond 1969-79

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Tracklist:

A1 - Los Cirros - Hay Muchos Como Yo
A2 - Los Mil-Lers - Despues De La Vida
A3 - Shalom - Un Nombre...Jesus
A4 - Proa - La Gloria De Dios
A5 - Gaston Jocou - Aufa Aufa
A6 - Pablo Y Richard - Donde Fuiste
A7 - Units - Fuera Las Guerras

B1 - Los Amis - What Have You Seen
B2 - Los Cirros - Lack a Day
B3 - Conjunto Luz Verde - Mundo, Escuchame
B4 - Enarak - Ama
B5 - Bremen's - Mundo De Hoy
B6 - Shalom - Te Amo, Mi Hermano

Цитата:
From the compilers of the acclaimed Andergraun Vibrations series, comes Pentecostes Vibrations, an incredible comp featuring some of the rarest and unknown Spanish Xian recordings from the '60s/'70s. While searching for rare records to be included in the Andergraun volumes, the Hundergrum diggers found some recordings that were too Xian to be included on that series, so the idea of Pentecostes Vibrations was born. It features Xian bands or groups that recorded for Christian/religious labels. Let's not forget that Spain during the '60s and '70s was under the Catholic fascist regime of Franco, so pop music was inevitably affected by religion. But you won't find any lightweight Christian singers here. Just garage, beat and psych sounds. They've rescued records from old religious libraries, flea-markets, born-again-Christian boot sales and private collections. All tracks are taken from original 45s and LPs, including some unknown private pressings and ultra-obscure 45s with only a handful of copies known among collectors. Dig the killer garage Farfisa sounds of Los Cirros and Enarak, rural fuzz by Gaston Jocou, acid-folk by Units, teen garage folk-rock by Conjunto Luz Verde and Bremen's, proto-prog-fuzz by Shalom, xian-psychedelic-beat by Los Amis and Proa, obscure xian psych rock by Pablo Y Richard, baroque acid-psych by Mil-Lers.


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VA — Atenshion! Refleshion! — Spanish Psychedelic Grooves, 1967-1976

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VA – Psicotronica! Spanish Cinematic Grooves & Funky Soundtracks (1968-1978)(2010)

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Rare grooves from the pulpiest regions of Spanish cinema from late 60s to late 70s – soft core erotica, comedies and otherwise exploitation style films! Needless to say, the subject matter made plenty of room for Spanish styled blaxploitation & sound library influenced grooves, psychedelic funk & rock! Laid down with flute, fuzzy guitars, organs and more – groovy, seedy stuff!


Tracklist:

1.Adolfo Waitzman Orquesta – Montecarlo Beach
2.Jou Cogra – Atrapados
3.Calderón – En Busca De Daniel
4.Greg Segura Y Su Orquesta – El Hombre De Hoy
5.Africa Ríos – Encuentros 4a Fase
6.Jou Cogras – Todo Controlado
7.Orquesta Antonio Latorre – Bajamar
8.Ray Martin – Harlem Dreams
9.Alcy Agüero Y Su Orquesta Pop – Sao Paulo
10.Jaime Pérez – Stress
11.The Friends Band Co – Without Words
12.Fernando Orteu – Amb Aquells Ulls Tan Blaus
13.J Torregrosa – Serra Do Carioca
14.Fernando Orteu – Solos Tú Y Yo
15.Nena Catherine – Trepa Que Te Trepa
16.Chalton Flyes – Drumfire
17.Decibels A Go-Go – De 9 A 6


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VA - Pentecostes Vibrations: Spanish Xian Garage Psych & Beyond 1969-79

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Tracklist:

A1 - Los Cirros - Hay Muchos Como Yo
A2 - Los Mil-Lers - Despues De La Vida
A3 - Shalom - Un Nombre...Jesus
A4 - Proa - La Gloria De Dios
A5 - Gaston Jocou - Aufa Aufa
A6 - Pablo Y Richard - Donde Fuiste
A7 - Units - Fuera Las Guerras

B1 - Los Amis - What Have You Seen
B2 - Los Cirros - Lack a Day
B3 - Conjunto Luz Verde - Mundo, Escuchame
B4 - Enarak - Ama
B5 - Bremen's - Mundo De Hoy
B6 - Shalom - Te Amo, Mi Hermano


From the compilers of the acclaimed Andergraun Vibrations series, comes Pentecostes Vibrations, an incredible comp featuring some of the rarest and unknown Spanish Xian recordings from the '60s/'70s. While searching for rare records to be included in the Andergraun volumes, the Hundergrum diggers found some recordings that were too Xian to be included on that series, so the idea of Pentecostes Vibrations was born. It features Xian bands or groups that recorded for Christian/religious labels. Let's not forget that Spain during the '60s and '70s was under the Catholic fascist regime of Franco, so pop music was inevitably affected by religion. But you won't find any lightweight Christian singers here. Just garage, beat and psych sounds. They've rescued records from old religious libraries, flea-markets, born-again-Christian boot sales and private collections. All tracks are taken from original 45s and LPs, including some unknown private pressings and ultra-obscure 45s with only a handful of copies known among collectors. Dig the killer garage Farfisa sounds of Los Cirros and Enarak, rural fuzz by Gaston Jocou, acid-folk by Units, teen garage folk-rock by Conjunto Luz Verde and Bremen's, proto-prog-fuzz by Shalom, xian-psychedelic-beat by Los Amis and Proa, obscure xian psych rock by Pablo Y Richard, baroque acid-psych by Mil-Lers.


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Title Of Album: Acid Rumba: Spanish....
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Hundergrum Records
Genre: Rumba, Flamenco, Ethnic
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: CBR 320 kbps
Total Time: 44:05
Total Size: 104 MB

"Are you ready for the gypsy fuzz?? Acid Rumba is the new compilation on Hundergrum Records (Andergraun Vibrations, Psicotronica...) and contains 15 amazing rumba and flamenco-rock tracks influenced by psych-rock-funk-soul sounds, recorded in Spain between 1969 and 1976. At the end of the sixties and early seventies, the serious and traditional flamenco world and the Rumba scene from Catalonia collided with the modern pop sounds which came from abroad. Enterprising producers adopted those new musical trends: rock, pop, psychedelia, soul, funk... Long-haired session musicians armed with electric guitars and drums started to get involved with flamenco and rumba singers, creating an explosive sound: fuzz & wah guitars, Moogs and Farfisa, drum breaks and soulish horns blend with exotic flamenco & rumba percussions and raw vocals. Professionally remastered sound and 4-page insert featuring detailed liner notes in English/Spanish and lots of pictures. Limited to 600 copies."



Tracklist:

01. Los Amaya: Bailen Mi Rumbita (1972)
02. Rumba Brava: Rumba, Rumba (1976)
03. Morena Y Clara: Dejé De Quererte (1974)
04. Bambino: A Meter El Gol (1976)
05. Jose María: La Parrala (1969)
06. Toni El Gitano: Dolores (1975)
07. Trigal: Tamara (1976)
08. Rumba Brava: Baila, Canta Y Ríe (1976)
09. Reto Gitano: Tú Me Gustas Más Y Más (1976)
10. Dolores Vargas "La Terremoto": A La Pelota (1971)
11. Morena Y Clara: No Llores Más (1974)
12. Juncal Y Sus Calistros: Tequila (1971)
13. Chango: Chivato (1971)
14. El Noi: Zorongo Rock (1975)
15. Grupo Desconocido: Te Estoy Amando Locamente (1974)


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