Los Juniors – Terrón de azúcar (1965)

(Below english and spanish) /// Iruñeko (Nafarroa, EH) Los Junior’s taldearen Terron de azúcar kantu instrumentala. Farfisa organoa, bateria eskuilekin joa, …

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(Below english and spanish) /// Iruñeko (Nafarroa, EH) Los Junior’s taldearen Terron de azúcar kantu instrumentala. Farfisa organoa, bateria eskuilekin joa, …

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The Echocentrics – Don Alejo

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The Echocentrics is a new project from Austin-based Grammy award winning producer Adrian Quesada, a member of Grupo Fantasma, and one of the minds behind bands like Ocote Soul Sounds, and Brownout. Teaming up with Argentinean singer Natalia Clavier and Brazil-based Tita Lima, he has carved out a southern-fried, laid back, and psychedelic-tinged album to be released in late spring 2011.

Quesada plays an interesting cross-cultural game of musical ping pong mixing multiple languages (songs are sung in a mix of English, Portuguese and Spanish) and influences from the likes of Tim Maia and Rita Lee, Serge Gainsbourg, and David Axelrod. Buckets of spring reverb, huge doses of psyched out farfisa and electric harpsichord, and super-heavy drums back soulful vocals. Quesada recalls classic American funk and low-rider soul, but shades everything with a South American twist. As the Austinist blog said, this is “World music for people who tend to blanch at the very idea of it, maybe.” At times The Sunseekers album sounds like the lost Morricone soundtrack to a sun scorched Tarantino movie scene that’s dosed in peyote. But the album also reaches breezier heights as Quesada weaves in exotic elements of Afrobeat, Latin funk, and Brazilian folk.

Krokodil – The Psychedelic Tapes 1972 Full Album

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First release of this collection of demos and live materieal from this legendary band from Switzerland, best known for their opus An Invisible World Revealed. “1970-1972 were the psychedelic years of the Krokodil from Switzerland. During this period the band recorded a lot of magical songs both live and in the studio which are now after more than thirty years released for the first time. 1970-1972 were the psychedelic years of the mighty Krokodil from Switzerland who made the stunning psychedelic kraut rock album “An Invisible World Revealed”.
During this early period the band recorded a lot of magical songs both live (3 tracks) and in the studio (5 tracks) which are now after more than 30 years are released here on CD. Long trippy space rock with a West Coast/Kraut Rock edge, feature fluid acid guitar work, flute and effects. The CD includes a great version of “Pharoah Sanders “The Creator Has a Mater Plan” plus other gems.

01 (00:00) The Creator Has A Master Plan (1970)
02 (09:26) Stehaufmädchen Part 1 (1970)
03 (10:36) Marzipan (Live) (1972)
04 (18:43) Stehaufmädchen Part 2 (1970)
05 (19:50) You’re Still A Part Of Me (Live) (1972)
06 (25:40) Stehaufmädchen Part 3 (1970)
07 (26:50) Odyssey In Om (Live) (1972)
08 (57:24) Raga (1971)

Line Up:
Bass, Electric Guitar, Percussion, Vocals — Terry Stevens (2)
Drums, Congas, Vocals — Düde Dürst
Electric Guitar, Sitar, Bass, Vocals — Walty Anselmo
Harmonica [Mouthharp], Flute, Percussion, Vocals — Mojo Weideli
Violin, Organ [Farfisa], Recorder, Vocals — Hardy Hepp (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 6)
Remastered: Pirmin Weder (2013)