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ARTIST
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Musica Dispersa
FORMAT
CD

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DM 896CD DM 896CD
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RELEASE DATE
6/20/2005

Classic reissue of one of the most heralded underground albums from Spain, originally issued in 1971. As recently featured on the Delay Records comp Folk Is Not A Four Letter Word. Deluxe digipak package with fold-out poster insert. "Spanish album from 1971 that featured the talent of three of the most significant musicians from the Catalonian underground movement of the late sixties: Jaume Sisa, J.M. Brabo ' El Cachas' and Albert Batiste, who after their Miniatura project with Pau Riba were joined by young hippie girl Selene. Echoes of The Incredible String Band are present mainly in the guitar parts; drums are absent in all but one track on which they are played by Josep M. Vilaseca 'Tapi', of Máquina & Tapiman fame, but percussion, harmonica, organ, mouth harp, piano and wordless vocals are heard throughout the album, as is Selene's flute work. All in all this is a strange, relaxing little piece of underground from Barcelona's early seventies hippie youth that has become a classic of Spanish pop music; a masterpiece full of melodic tunes that are equally indebted to the English folk music of the era, as they are to the early Amon Duül freakout sound concept."