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Arnaud - Murituri
LP | 1974 | EU | Reissue (Groovie)
27,99 €*
Release:1974 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Long awaited reissue of this 1974 album with tropicalia, samba rock and groove and fuzz all over. Comes with remastered sound and a reproduction of the original inner and poster. The versatility of Arnaud is impressive. What this LP proves, is the creativity of Arnaud, a young man who knew how to dominate the words and summoning good maestros for the arrangements, Octavio and Verocai.
Free-Son - Banguele
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Groovie)
19,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
A great vinyl-reissue of the 1971 LP by a Brazilian 8-piece, playing an exciting mixture of psychedelic rock, funk, jazz, Latin and African rhythms. The 12 tracks are almost entirely instrumental, with plenty of far-out wah-wah guitars, cool organ sounds and lively percussion. The album's title, 'Banguele', refers to a rhythm and dance from African slave culture.
Miguel De Deus - Black Soul Brothers
Miguel De Deus
Black Soul Brothers
LP | 1977 | EU | Reissue (Groovie)
20,99 €*
Release:1977 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
For the first time reissued – with the great contribution of Miguel de Deus’s family in São Paulo, that supplied the amazing collection of photos for the 4 pages inner, inside the LP.This limited edition is a highly collectable for fans of Brazilian soul, groove and psychedelia.It’s our contribution to pay respect to one of the most important Brazilian musicians of the late 60’s and early 70’s. Main brain of bands like OS BRAZÕES and ASSIM ASSADO, he left us an amazing legacy for new generations. This is a small, but more than deserved homage to him, finally.Miguel de Deus was the protagonist of this amazing Afro-Funk movement, together with a group of “heavy” musicians, as they were called in those days of consolidation of a strong Black Power scene, mainly composed of black youth from the outskirts of the suburbs of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, where the movementtook the name of Black Rio. Its raw Rock-Funk-Psychedelic-Tropicalia.
Assim Assado - Assim Assado
Assim Assado
Assim Assado
LP | 1974 | EU | Reissue (Groovie)
19,99 €*
Release:1974 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
The sole LP by Brazilian quartet Assim Assado, originally released in 1974 by the CID-label, gets reissued on vinyl. Both the artwork and the contents make clear that the band was massively influenced by the psychedelic/progressive art-rock of the popular act Secos & Molhados. Even the androgynous element is present! Assim Assado was led by Miguel de Deus, formerly of Os Brazoes. This wonderful album is recommended to fans of Brazil's late '60s/early '70s rock scene in general, and of Secos & Molhados in particular.
Los Tones - What Happened
Los Tones
What Happened
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Groovie)
15,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Since releasing the debut-LP 'Psychotropic' in late 2014, the Sydney based quartet has toured Europe (twice), Brazil and Japan, and shared stages with Thee Oh Sees, Night Beats, King Gizzard, Dead Ghosts, King Kahn & BBQ, The Mummies, Acid Baby Jesus and Kid Congo. 'What Happened' is punk with deep psychedelic roots and fuzz all over!
Routes - In This Perfect Hell
Gruesomes - Tyrants Of Teen Trash
Routes, the - Skeletons
Bango - O Bango
O Bango
LP | 1970 | EU | Reissue (Groovie)
19,99 €*
Release:1970 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
When the Brazilian band Os Canibais went into the studio to record its second album, they left the Jovem Guarda (the country's answer to Beatlemania) days behind and came out with a new name, Bango, and a new sound - that comprised psychedelia, hard rock, pop, soul and even Brazilian country music. Bango's only LP was released in 1970 but besides being well recorded and having an inspired repertoire, had little success. Songs like 'Inferno No Mundo' and 'Motor Maravilha' are killer tracks with amazing use of fuzz and wah-wah, gritty Hammond organ sounds, loud drums, catchy chorus and crazy moods that listeners will dive in even if they don't understand the lyrics. On the other eight songs of the LP, the band goes from hard psych to soft ballads, from irreverent to phantasmagoric, from heaven to hell. If you like bands like Os Mutantes and the lost Brazilian bands from the late 1960s/early 1970s like Spectrum, Liverpool and A Bolha, you will definitely dig Bango! This forgotten gem have been re-released once by a German label but was out of stock from years. Portugal's Groovie Records now released Bango's LP out with an exclusive and never before released bonus track, a cover of Elephant's Memory 'Mongoose'.
Gary Wilde - Keep On Walking
Gary Wilde
Keep On Walking
7" | 2015 | EU | Original (Groovie)
5,99 €* 9,99 € -40%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
At the end of the '80s, while tour managing The Fuzztones, Gary Wilde would sing encores on several stages across Europe to enthusiastic receptions, hence the idea to record with Mr. Wilde taking over the lead vocals and two of those tracks are on this EP. 'Blood From A Stone' and 'Skeleton Farm' with the former backing line up of The Fuzztones. These recording lay to rest for two decades until now. IN 2014 Mr. Wilde returned to the studio to record two songs that are also on this EP. 'Keep On Walking' was originally recorded in 1966 by The Penthouse V and 'Come On In' was the flip of the Music Machine's first single 'Talk Talk'. A neat piece of garage-revival history!
V.A. - Brazilian Nuggets Volume 3
Brazilian Nuggets Volume 3
LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Groovie)
15,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
This is the third volume of the successful BRAZILIAN NUGGETS series put out by Groovie Records. As usual, it gathers oddities, surf, beat, fuzz and weirdo stuff that only crazy cats like Edgar Raposo and Lus Futre, the dynamic duo behind that label, are able to track down. As you might realize, all the tracks featured on this Volume 3 were taken from very hard to find singles, EPs and LPs that were certainly forgotten back than collecting dust in record store bins. Besides the well known bands The Brazilian Bitles and The Beatniks, whose labels, Polydor and Mocambo, were also well established names in the recording industry at the time, most of volume 3 brings to the fore obscure artists and bands whose recordings come from equally obscure labels such as Tema, Leao Disc, Signoma, Orange (a parody to the Beatles own Apple label), Astor, Hollywood Discos, RCS and Disco Som. These labels were usually too small to obtain national distribution deals for their records, so many releases were regional, pressed in small quantities and became instant rarities. If it wasn't for the record collectors themselves and the Groovie Records' keen eye these rarities, released during the second half of the sixties in Brazil and known only to a handful of collectors, would have been lost forever. Texts, rare photos and record covers for your delight too...
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