Tags world, vintage, rebetiko, carribbean, latin
Genres folk, 60s, ska, classic rock, bollywood (beta)
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Artists The Turtles, Asha Bhosle, Derrick Morgan (beta)
June 24, 2012
With such notables as The Turtles, Beny Moré and Sunny Adé & his Green Spot Band. Twelve tracks.
geweldig! dank je wel!
totally love the cover art!
and the mix is fun too.
Thanks for stopping by Dim Mak-bro!
That song by the Turtles intrigues me... is it the same band that made "happy together"??
Yes the very same!
the turtles! one of my fav's!!
I looooove all those "shitty" voices!! Thanks a lot for this mix, Kat'!
@Btrxz : you've been drinking again!
lol, thanks Ogun, glad u feel the same way :) You always can tell when Btrz is drunk?
Oh shit those Indian women singing, can I call it that is Ruff! especially Julie & Asha, Marika was not bad...
Ruff on your ears eh? Julie is Tunesian, Marika is Greek.
geeze the shittiy singing is a world wide epidemic then and Nico in the US or where ever that bitch is from
You call it shitty, i call it unpolished, raw and heartfelt. :) Nico would be German.Are we having the Nico discussion again now? lol
You Dutch are so nice!! I call is shrill, out of tune and shitty. And Raw, unpolished, and heart felt does not equate the to the sound those women where emanating. There are plenty of singer s that are unpolished, raw and heart felt that don't sound like crap!! SOF!!! :(|)
And calling Asha a bad singer.! Millions would disagree.
Well that just goes to show millions have crap for taste. The unrefined masses!
What is that pix Tin Tin meets Star Wars?
I'd say so :)
SOF i didn't enlarge that pix, that's as funny ass fuq!
Remember back when images didn't get cropped to a square. i miss those days!!
Oh the salad days!*tear
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