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  • Vampisoul present the first ever reissue of Zulu's self-titled album, originally released in 1974 The first record by Zulu was also his last Shortly after releasing it in 1974, the artist withdrew from the music scene and never returned 46 years later, his music still sounds out of time His musical eclecticism heralded a different...
  • Vampisoul present the first vinyl reissue of Litto Nebbia's Bazar De Los Milagros, originally released in 1976 A space jazz-folk masterpiece infused with prog scents from one of the true legends of Argentinian music, Latin rock pioneer Litto Nebbia Floating electric piano, acoustic guitar, female choirs and Moog sounds combine...
  • Colombian sisters Elia and Elizabeth Fleta recorded a handful of songs between 1972 and 1973, accompanied by Jimmy Salcedo and his group La Onda Tres, mixing soft-pop with a touch of tropical-pastoral funk, singer-songwriter sweetened by the subtle perfume of Caribbean music and psychedelia These elements blended graciously,...
  • Colombian sisters Elia and Elizabeth Fleta recorded a handful of songs between 1972 and 1973, accompanied by Jimmy Salcedo and his group La Onda Tres, mixing soft-pop with a touch of tropical-pastoral funk, singer-songwriter sweetened by the subtle perfume of Caribbean music and psychedelia These elements blended graciously,...
  • Reissue of the first album by Brazilian musician, poet and plastic artist Manduka Originally released in 1972 on IRT, the album is a sought-after collectors' item, especially among those who seek in its cultural richness, fundamental episodes of Chilean popular musical history An essential record almost entirely written by Manduka...
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    Vampisoul present a first-time vinyl reissue of Mujer de Sal Junto a Un Hombre Vuelto Carbón, originally released in 1985 This LP is the first in a series of full-album reissues that Vampisoul (co-produced in collaboration with Little Butterfly Records) is releasing as a valuable add-on to the label's recent and largely acclaimed...
  • Vampisoul present a reissue of Sebastião Tapajos and Pedro Dos Santos's Vol 1, originally released only in Argentina in 1972 The ION studios, located in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Balvanera, have been the usual setting for recordings by Argentine artists as popular as Les Luthiers or Charly García In the early 1970s they...
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    Vampisoul present a first-time reissue of La Pesada's Tomate Y Alandette, issued in 1978 Tomate Y Alandette by La Pesada is one of the best tropical records released by Codiscos The album was a "one off" by an all-star ensemble of musicians and singers, many of whom had played with Fruko y sus Tesos, Los Hermanos Martelo, and...
  • Afrosound’s mission was to emulate the guitar-heavy tropical sounds emanating from Perú and Ecuador at the time To add to the hippie vibe, there were plenty of whacky improvised vocal asides (called ‘inspiraciones’), plus custom fuzz, wah-wah, flange and echo effects boxes for the guitar and keyboards A barrage of odd...
  • This highly collectible LP from 1974 is a nonstop salsa dura party album from start to finish, comparable with any of New York’s finest like Ray Barretto and Willie Colón from the same era, but with its own unique sound and joyful vibe Includes the anthems ‘Mi Nuevo Rirmo’ and ‘Alma y Sentimiento/ Soul and Feeling’...
  • Vampisoul present a first time vinyl reissue of Adalberto Cevasco's Pájaros Eléctricos, originally released in 1988 Few musicians can boast of having played with "the greatest" without some eyebrows to be raised The bass of Adalberto Cevasco has been heard in multiple concerts and recording sessions of artists as diverse as the...
  • Combining garage-rock, pop and local styles sa bossa and samba, The Silvery Boys was one of the many interesting bands in Brazil during the late '60s The group's outstanding second album, originally out in 1968 and including originals as well as covers, is now available on 180-GRAM VINYL This edition comes with reproduced...

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