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Papagayo! The Spanish Sunshine Pop & Popsike Collection
"Papagayo! is dedicated to the unknown but fertile Spanish pop scene from the late '60s/early '70s. 24 rare tracks taken from mostly 45s, this is a pure soft-pop, sunshine pop & pop-psych delight: heavenly male-female vocal harmonies, lush orchestrations, mellotrons, harpsichords, Moogs, studio wizardry, folk-pop, turned on singers/songwriters, hip duos, teenage bands...you'll be amazed when you hear the Sagittarius/Millennium styled sounds from groups like Nuevos Horizontes & Voces Amigas, young yé-yé girl Licia doing an Spanish sung cover of 'Sunshine Girl' by The Parade, Los Yetis with another Spanish cover of 'My World Fell Down' by Sagittarius, singer Daniel Velazquez doing a cover of 'Please Don't Ever Leave Me' by The Cyrkle, cult soft-pop tracks by obscure bands like Tiza & Ellos y Ellas, Vainica Doble-styled sounds from Caoba & Oveja Negra, pure pop magic by Angeles, Joe y Luis, Reaccion, Dulces Años, Les Extremes with a pop-psych smasher, mellow bossa soft-pop styled sounds from Amigos & David Y Sonia... imagine a Spanish sung Fading Yellow or Soft Sounds For Gentle People and you're there!"