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Formosa Tiene Su Hechizo Formosa Tiene Su Hechizo #1
00 :19
02 04 :06
03
Sinfonía De Las Aves Brasileñas Jarabe Tapatío
02 :28
04
Santiago Gómez Cou Pedro Y El Lobo
00 :44
05
Los Destellos Ronda Tropical
02 :56
06
Formosa Tiene Su Hechizo Formosa Tiene Su Hechizo #2
00 :24
07
La Tia Leonor Y Sus Sobrinos Marcha A La Turca
01 :48
08 01 :50
09
Tararaina Iorana Mama Lari
02 :24
10
Los Renos Pequeño Salvaje
03 :15
11
La Gringa Inga Inglés En Un 2x3
00 :21
12
Los Hermanos Bustos Me Regalaron
02 :08
13
Los Traviesos Cuando Sea Grande
02 :28
14
Marimba De La Dirección De Seguridad Pública De Chiapas Lágrimas Del Alma
02 :58
15
Técnicas De Concentración Y Relajación Yoga/Calculín Don Din Don
01 :21
16
Los 4 Planetas Dos Guitarras
02 :05
17
Conjunto Condemayta De Acomayo Altuntan Ripuncca
02 :08
18
Los Grillitos Tengo Una Muñeca
02 :05
19
Santiago Gómez Cou Pedro Y El Lobo
00 :14
20 02 :29
21
Yola Polastri Los Niños Y Su Mundo
00 :31
22
Cítara Trio Cielito Lindo
02 :01
23
La Gringa Inga Inglés En Un 2x3
00 :18
24 02 :23
25
Walter Y Su Órgano Modus Vivendi
02 :28
26
Técnicas De Concentración Y Relajación Yoga Técnicas De Concentración Y Relajación Yoga
02 :24
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La Familia Telerín Vamos A La Cama
01 :34
ARTIST
TITLE
Latinamericarpet: Exploring the Vinyl Warp of Latin American
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
SF 039CD SF 039CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
11/6/2007

...Psychedelia Vol. 1. "Latinamericarpet is a non-stop collage of vinyl artifacts culled from stacks of forgotten LPs of the 1960s and 1970s from Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Chile, and Isle de Pascua (Easter Island). Historically, Latin America was part of the "new world" that Christopher Columbus "discovered" in 1492, which soon was brutally conquered by the Spanish and Portuguese. Obviously it was only a "discovery" from a Eurocentric perspective because, in fact, on these vast lands there were hundreds of advanced native cultures living for centuries. However, after countless years of violent colonization and internal wars, the independence emerged on the whole continent, launching a group of new countries with their own unique identities. But what is Latin America nowadays? A complex answer for a complex puzzle: some people would say it's a huge cocktail that combines -- in a more or less chaotic way -- the ruins of pre-Columbus cultures and diverse European traditions mixed with a high dose of pseudo-tropical weathers, Latin manners and unstable economies... although that's also a simplification: Latin America is just Latin America, and it deserves to be "rediscovered." But let's go straight to the record. This compilation brings together some glittering sounds from LPs that have been somehow forgotten over the years. Although most of the tracks presented here were recorded during the peak of the psychedelic era in the late '60s and early '70s, this is not a collection packed with guitar group psychedelia, although there are a few unknown gems here that qualify as such. There are also pop and folkloric songs, children's songs, odd instructional record excerpts, and a few other anomalies from our neighbors to the south. These selections are only brief samples of what was made in Latin America in those glorious years, but while we wait for further works that can bring to light more sounds from this "undiscovered" continent, just relax, turn on your stereo and keep this magic Latinamericarpet flying." --Compilation liner notes by Albano Costillares (Argentina).