Wednesday, May 04, 2011

VA - Acid Rumba: Spanish Gypsy Grooves 1969-1976 (2011)

Are you ready for the gypsy fuzz?? "Acid Rumba" is the new compilation on Hundergrum Records ("Andergraun Vibrations", "Psicotronica" etc) and contains 15 amazing rumba and flamenco-rock tracks influenced by psych-rock-funk-soul sounds, recorded in Spain between 1969 and 1976.

1. Los Amaya: Bailen Mi Rumbita (1972)
2. Rumba Brava: Rumba, Rumba (1976)
3. Morena Y Clara: Dejé De Quererte (1974)
4. Bambino: A Meter El Gol (1976)
5. Jose María: La Parrala (1969)
6. Toni El Gitano: Dolores (1975)
7. Trigal: Tamara (1976)
8. Rumba Brava: Baila, Canta Y Ríe (1976)
9. Reto Gitano: Tú Me Gustas Más Y Más (1976)
10. Dolores Vargas "La Terremoto": A La Pelota (1971)
11. Morena Y Clara: No Llores Más (1974)
12. Juncal Y Sus Calistros: Tequila (1971)
13. Chango: Chivato (1971)
14. El Noi: Zorongo Rock (1975)
15. Grupo Desconocido: Te Estoy Amando Locamente (1974)

- Clique Aqui:

At the end of the sixties and early seventies, the serious and traditional flamenco world and the rumba scene from Catalonia collided with the modern pop sounds which came from abroad. Enterprising producers adopted those new musical trends: rock, pop, psychedelia, soul, funk and more. Long-haired session musicians armed with electric guitars and drums started to get involved with flamenco and rumba singers, creating an explosive sound: fuzz and wah guitars, Moog and Farfisa synths and organs, drum breaks and soulish horns blend with exotic flamenco and rumba percussions and raw vocals.


litlgrey said...


Ian Van Groove said...


viagra online said...

hahaha "a bailar la rumba gitana" thanks for the compilation sir ;)

sabesloquetequierodecir said...


I've been looking for this record some days, and it's impossible to find!

Could you re-up it please?

Thanks a lot1