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Day Of Phoenix - Wide Open N-Way
Day Of Phoenix
Wide Open N-Way
LP | 1970 | EU | Reissue (Vinilissimo)
21,99 €*
Release:1970 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
1970 debut album by Denmark's Day Of Phoenix, produced by Tony Reeves(Colosseum). An epic collection of melancholic songs with extended instrumentalsections that at times seem to explore the paths of free-jazz and, as a whole, forma captivating work of loose psychedelic and progressive rock.
Los Amaya - Los Amaya Y Su Combo Gitano
Los Amaya
Los Amaya Y Su Combo Gitano
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Vinilissimo)
21,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
An absolute milestone of Spanish music reissued on vinyl for the first time. Originally released in 1971, the debut by Los Amaya was a pivotal moment in the popularization of flamenco rumba, where rock'n'roll, pop, boogaloo, soul, salsa and plena exploded into gypsy music.
Jean Paul
Jean Paul "El Troglodita"
Vudu
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Vinilissimo)
21,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Nicknamed "El Troglodita" (The Caveman) due to his wild antics, Enrique Telleríaaka Jean Paul was one of the most popular Peruvian singers during the late 60s andearly 70s. "Vudú", recorded in 1972 for Discos MAG, is his second album andfeatures the amazing band Laghonia as backing musicians. Their performance, theseamless brass arrangements and Jean Paul's impressive delivery make this LP aspectacular combination of hard psych and Latin soul/funk
Walflower Complextion, The - The Walflower Complextion
Philwit & Pegasus - Philwit & Pegasus
Philwit & Pegasus
Philwit & Pegasus
LP | 1970 | EU | Reissue (Vinilissimo)
23,99 €*
Release:1970 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Fantastic concept LP released in 1970 andmasterminded by producer Mark Wirtz together with Maria Feltham, who wrote most ofthe songs. Its wonderfully arranged sound gravitates towards varied influences: folk-pop,soft psych, chamber pop, late 60s rock. The featured vocalists and musicians include JohnCarter (The Flower Pot Men), Roger Greenaway, Peter Lee Stirling and Chris Spedding,among other talented artists. Presented in facsimile artwork and pressed on 180g vinyl. Itmay look kind of weird but the one person's name that has to be brought up here neitherplayed or sung on this album. Mark Wirtz is the mastermind behind this long-forgottenconcept LP released in 1970 by Chapter One Records, a one-off studio project he puttogether with his girlfriend at the time, Maria Feltham, who wrote most of the songs.Although the album is supposed to be driven by a common concept, its sound gravitatestowards broad influences: there are fierce guitars and also soft psych passages, it gets asclose to easy listening as to rock. During the 60s Mark Wirtz was an in-house producerfor EMI, working on the Studio 2 series. The next milestones in his career were "ATeenage Opera", a musical project that was never released as an entire work, andproducing Tomorrow's self-titled debut LP, a psychedelic masterpiece. In 1969 Markresigned from his post at EMI Records to return to independent production andapproached Les Reed's Chapter One label for the release of his new Philwit & Pegasusproject, recorded by a group of musicians that includes John Carter (The Flower PotMen), Roger Greenaway or Peter Lee Stirling on vocals, and Chris Spedding on guitar,among other talented artists. The album starts with 'Happiness', featuring incredible vocalharmonies, followed by the outstanding oyo Thoughts', a folk-pop delight, but half waythrough it we reach some of the strongest songs on the LP: the energetic 'My What aLovely Day It's Been', 'Lonely Flower' and pinning Carousel', which echo The Beach Boysand Love and create an intimate yet vaporous vibe. Fans of sunshine and chamber popcoupled with memorable songwriting will be enthralled by this album.
Euphoria - Euphoria
Euphoria
Euphoria
LP | 1969 | EU | Reissue (Vinilissimo)
20,99 €*
Release:1969 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Pop
The only album by Euphoria, released on the Heritage label in 1969, is a terrific sunshinepop masterpiece filled with dazzlingly bright songs built around radiant vocal harmoniesand solid arrangements, echoing artists such as The Mamas & The Papas, Free Designand The 5th Dimension, but with a distinctive lysergic edge. The band's sudden break-upwould lead its members to two new different projects: Bermuda Triangle and Pacheco& Alexander. Presented in facsimile gatefold sleeve and pressed on 180g vinyl. Musicgenres are labelled for a good reason. They can be of great help when it comes toputting sounds into a few words. This terrific album is usually filed with the "sunshine"tag on it and it is hard to think of a better way to describe the dazzlingly bright songsrecorded in 1969 by this American band. The core of the group was formed by Rogerand Wendy, an acoustic duo that was a regular performer at NYC's Greenwich Villagescene of folk clubs. Two more members, Tom Pacheco and Sharon Alexander, joinedthem in Euphoria during their brief existence. The band signed to Heritage Records andrecorded this fantastic self-titled debut, featuring songs mostly written by Tom Pachecoand led vocally by Roger and Wendy. Their music is built around radiant vocalharmonies and solid arrangements, echoing artists such as The Mamas & The Papas,Free Design and The 5th Dimension, but with a distinctive lysergic edge. 'there Is Now',the opening track, is a beautiful example of the psych twist that eventually spiced up thestrongest songs of the album, as so is ide The Magic Carpet'. On the other hand,Tucson' or ou Must Forget' are dreamy folk numbers that show the band's smootherside. The catchy 'calm Down' makes you wonder about Euphoria's commercial appeal ifthey had been strongly backed by promotional efforts... However, by the time the LPcame out in 1969, this kind of folk-pop sound had become out of fashion and liveperformances with top selling artists such as Van Morrison, Iron Butterfly or Sly & TheFamily Stone were not enough to reach decent sales figures. Euphoria disbanded shortlyafter their only album was released and two new different projects followed, BermudaTriangle and Pacheco & Alexander, pursuing more contemporary sounds
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