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Disc 1
01
Los Gatos Negros Hey, Hey Bunny
02 :55
02
Jae's Soul Sintonía En Soul
02 :27
03
Los Albas Bugulú
02 :20
04
Conjunto Brillant's Las Bellas Ilusiones
03 :12
05
Karlo Y Su Conjunto Abandonado
02 :05
06 02 :23
07
Chus Martínez Soul 2
02 :17
08
Ossie Lane Higher & Higher
04 :04
09
Los Bravos Rudy's In Love
03 :16
10
Las 4 Monedas Perdóname
02 :41
11
Los Roberts El Saltamontes
03 :13
13
La Nueva Banda De Santisteban Limón Y Sal
03 :05
14
Henry C Martin Donkey
02 :31
15
Los Brisks Stone Free
02 :51
16
Los Roller Camino Cortado
03 :38
Disc 2
01
Los Kifers El Sol Es Una Droga
02 :42
03
Los Pops No, No, No
01 :43
04 03 :12
05 03 :55
06
Evolution I'm Walkin´ High
04 :03
07
Wagon Para Siempre
03 :38
08
Los Pekenikes Polución
02 :59
09
Los Ros ¡Yeah!
02 :05
10
Manolo Y Ramón Lágrimas, Sonrisas
02 :53
11
Joe Cogra Group Darkness
02 :02
12
Ritmo Pilé Pilé Beat
02 :49
13
Peter Soto Boom Boom
02 :46
14
Los Talismanes East Side Story
02 :10
15
Los 5 Diablos El Fuego
02 :45
16
Alex Y Los Findes Es Mejor Dejarlo Como Está
03 :15
ARTIST
TITLE
Sensacional Soul Vol. 2
FORMAT
2CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
VAMPI 099CD VAMPI 099CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
6/7/2011

2009 release. 32 groovy Spanish soul & funk stompers from 1965-1972! Vampisoul is pleased to invite you to the second bone-breaking session with the most danceable sounds "made in Spain" from the 1960s and early '70s. Welcome again to the Sensacional Soul party! Soul turned Spanish pop into the fuel that ignited the dance floors and parties of Spain in the second half of the '60s. For most bands, the soul explosion meant facing the "renovate or die" dilemma. After years of trying to emulate The Shadows and later The Beatles, the groups had two alternatives: joining the psychedelic movement or adapting the soul genre to the Spanish taste. Those who wanted to follow the rock path had to bear in mind the advances in the recording techniques that led to Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, something that was virtually impossible for most Spanish bands. Besides, the record companies, radio stations and especially the public were not ready to "open their minds" to the psychedelic revolution. Soul, however, did enjoy a bigger success thanks to the hits by the Tamla Motown and Atlantic artists, and thus many guitar groups decided to incorporate a horn section. Spanish soul became hugely popular, and during the second half of the '60s was the dominant music genre in a country still under Franco's dictatorship. Apart from artists that imitated the purest sounds from the US, others took risks and tried subgenres such as progressive R&B, freakbeat soul, sunshine soul or psych-pop with soul-ish influences. This new volume offers a fantastic selection of all of them, including tracks by hit acts such as Los Bravos, Los Pekenikes, Manolo y Ramón (aka Dúo Dinámico) and obscure bands such as Jae's Soul and Conjunto Brillant's. CD digipack includes a massive 48-page booklet with notes and photos.