1960s She-Pop from Spain. The feminine side of Spanish pop, including some great 1960s examples of the “Torrelaguna sound”.
Having already put out collections spotlighting the girl singers of 1960s Japan, France, Italy and Sweden, we now turn our attention to sunny Spain. The influence of hit records from the USA and the UK in the early 60s resulted in a musical style the French called yé-yé. Spain also adopted the term to describe this new type of beat-oriented pop, while maintaining its own musical identity via sexy rhythms and an underlying current of drama and flamenco. 14 tracks featured here in this compilation of predominantly uptempo recordings by the choicest female artists active in 1960sSpain. Pressed on 180g white vinyl and packaged in a heavy-duty sleeve with an inner bag featuring a 3500-word note and copious colour illustrations.
01 Preview Corazón Contento - Marisol
02 Preview Creo En Ti - Rocío Dúrcal
03 Preview Ya Verás - Karina
04 Preview Pinta Mi Mundo (Colour My World) - Gelu
05 Preview Molino Al Viento (Mulino A Vento) - Los Stop
06 Preview Aquí En Mi Nube (Get Off Of My Cloud) - Sonia
07 Preview Si Llegara El Amor (Are You Ready For Love) - Rosalia
01 Preview Nunca Hay Bastante (Non Basta Mai) - Adriángela
02 Preview No Sé Por Qué - Massiel
03 Preview Prima O Poi - Silvana Velasco
04 Preview Tendrás Que Llorar - Lorella
05 Preview La Verdad (La Veritá) - Soledad Miranda
06 Preview Voy A Pintar Las Paredes Con Tu Nombre - Los Mismos
07 Preview Pon Un Anillo En Mi Dedo (Put A Ring On My Finger) - Las Chic
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