- 01. Gol
02. Baila La Rumba
03. El Gitano Andrés
04. Toma Que Dle
11. Por Culpita De Mi Mal Pensá
12. Vente Conmigo
13. Si Te Quiero
Baila Mi Rumba[engl] Gypsy rumba–funk & flamenco pop courtesy of TRIGAL, the grooviest & funkiest band from the Spanish ’70s rumba scene. 13 tracks taken from their sought after LPs and 45s, originally released on the legendary Belter label, 1976–77. Heavy drums, percussion, deep bass, wah wah, electric guitar, horns, funk / blaxpoitation touches, gypsy female vocals...
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Yoksulluk Kader Olamaz[engl] Progressive pop / rock sound including the 11 minute epic, Moog–laden "Sevdan Beni". Original artwork in gatefold sleeve.
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Selda[engl] First album by Selda Bagcan, originally released in 1976. A collection of well-known poems and folk-songs, recorded in cooperation with the most progressive Turkish musicians / arrangers of the 70s:
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Sedayeh Del[engl] Khosh Amadid, friends, to this 4th volume in a series of compilations highlighting fiercely rare 45s from Tehrans pre- revolutionary golden age. Vivacious ladies with sassy Dorothy Hamill haircuts and