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Old 02-21-2019, 05:51 AM   #21 (permalink)
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I mentioned a song by this Peruvian band in a previous post but here's their debut album in its entirety...




Tarkus - Tarkus (1972)





They sound like they were listening to a lot of Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple at the time.
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Here's the debut and only album from a Mexican group called "Peace and Love."

The original album cover was a rather boring, uninspired aerial picture of a crowd at an outdoor festival. This album cover photo is from the re-released version which was taken from the inside of the original album's cover.

They sound sort of like a cross between Santana and Chicago...




Peace and Love - Peace and Love (1971)


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Here's a Mexican group with a noticeable Jethro Tull influence in their music. The debut album from "Nuevo Mexico"...




Nuevo Mexico ‎– Hecho en Casa (1975)


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Blops - Blops (1973)




The third and final album from Chilean group "Blops" which was self-titled like both of their previous albums. Re-released on CD (with a different album cover) as "Locomotora" in 2001.

Psychedelic rock with jazz, folk, and prog blended in.
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Cutest Brazilian music ever, guaranteed to melt the coldest heart


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A song by Gil when he was exiled in London
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Various - Instrumentales Chilenos De Los 60's



Compilation of various Chilean instrumental rock/surf rock groups of the 1960's.
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The third studio album by "Invisible" from Argentina. Founded by guitarist and vocalist Luis Alberto Spinetta after the demise of "Pescado Rabioso"...







Invisible - Invisible (1974)
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Jean Paul "El Troglodita" - VUDU (1973)





The second and last album from Peruvian musician Enrique Roberto Tellería Dávila (Jean Paul "El Troglodita") which was originally released in 1973. Some songs sound quite a bit like Arthur Lee, some remind me of Paul McCartney, with an occasional bit of funk here and there.
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Here's a single from a Peruvian psych-rock group "El Opio" (The Opium) with their song "Una Bruja en el Cusco" (A Witch in Cusco). They released some singles but never an album during their time together.




El Opio - Una Bruja en el Cusco (1973)
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