Wednesday, June 15, 2016

VA - Estupendo Mèxicano! Soul Funk and R&B From The Mexican 1960s!



This is a mixtape full with soul, funk and r&b from Mexico 1965-1969,a big part of 'em is groovy  and adrenaline-filled covers. You find (for example) some great versions of James Brown, Fontella Bass, Jackie wilson, Stax and Motown as well as a few originals in the same style. Personally I get a bit surprised over how well played most of them is. Some of the recordings are a bit scratchy (of course) but it is what it is. So, take a trip and dance an hour away to the groovy Mèxico!

01. Los Blue Angels - A La Media Noche (1968)
02. Los Dinners - El Amor Es Bueno (1968)
03. Manolo Muñoz - Pudo Ser (1966)
04. Johnny Laboriel - Bigotes Sam (1966)
05. Jorge Querol Con Los Go-Go ‎- Rudi Enamorado (1969)
06. Ela Laboriel - Ya Te Vi (1966)
07. Los Yaki - Barrio Pobre (1965)
08. Los Black Stones - Piedras Negras (1969)
09. Las Ventanas - Alto Mas Alto (1967)
10. El klan - Show Me (1969)
11. Enrique Guzman - Yo No Me Quiero Casar (1966)
12. Los Yorks - Cielo (1967)
13. Los Rockin Devils - Pobre Tonto (1968)
14. Los Pentágonos - Alma En Movimiento (1967)
15. Xavier Medel - Boogaloo Broadway (1968)
16. Rabbits & Carrots - Las Cuatro Culturas (1969)
17. Comparsa Universitaria - Boogaloo En Tijuana (1968)
18. Julian Bert - El Clan S.A (1966)
19. Las Castillón - Shake It Baby (1968)
20. Los Fabulosos Crooners - Vida (1966)
21. Los Sonidos De FM - Alucinante (1967)
22. Los Apson - Pócima De Amor (1965)
23. Loco Valdes & Los Shakes - Tiembla (1967)
24. Los Rockin Devils - Bailando En La Calle (1967)
25. Los Gay Crooners - Con Beto Valtierra (1967)


8 comments:

  1. Thanks for another obscure bunch of tunes, Aaron. I look forward to playing all your comps or albums shared here since you have good taste.

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    1. Thank you so much Gyro! And I have to say the same about your choices at at TZ:-) Thanks for your support:-)

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  2. Ja Ja as they say.

    Cheers Marlon

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  3. Thanks so much, Aaron. Sounds very entertaining. Best wishes,

    iggy

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    1. I'm glad you find it interesting. Have a great weekend :-)

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