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Santo & Johnny – Sleep Walk {1959}

Santo & Johnny – Sleep Walk {1959}

Sleep Walk by Santo & Johnny is an universal message. There’s no need for words. Is it kitschy, sentimental or just beautiful? You decide. It’s not easy to believe in anything without a doubt. I personally...

Abdel Halim Hafez in 1971

Abdel Halim Hafez – Mawood {1971}

Everything I say can’t even come close to describe this masterpiece. I haven’t been so touched by music for a long time. It is really strange how secluded the popularity of certain music sometimes is,...

Junior Parker – Tomorrow never knows {1970}

Junior Parker – Tomorrow never knows {1970}

The Chemical Brothers started their shows with this cover version of the Beatles’ Tomorrow never knows on their 2012 Don’t think tour. Junior Parker was an American Blues and Soul singer, harmonica player and songwriter from Clarksdale, Mississippi. He...

Kobza – Zajczyk {1971}

Kobza – Zajczyk {1971}

The band Kobza from Ukraine play a charming mix of traditional folk music and soft psychedelic rock with a flair that reminds me of French movie soundtracks, exemplary in this song “Zajczyk” from 1971.

Kikagaku Moyo – Tree Smoke {2013}

Kikagaku Moyo – Tree Smoke {2013}

I discovered the contemporary psychedelic band Kikagaku Moyo from Japan in my Facebook stream when somebody in my friend circles showed interest in going to one of their concerts in Berlin in May 2016....

Benny Soebardja – The End of the World {1977}

Benny Soebardja – The End of the World {1977}

Brilliant Psych Funk from Indonesia, this track is taken from the box set The Lizard Years containing three albums by Benny Soebardja and was published by Strawberry Rain Records in 2012. The album the...

Ja’afar Hassan – Once A Day {1978}

Ja’afar Hassan – Once A Day {1978}

Groovy folk pop from Iraq by Ja’afar Hassan, his track They Taught Me can be found on the compilation Choubi Choubi! Folk And Pop Sounds From Iraq that was released by Sublime Frequencies in 2005.

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The Travellers – Slow Soul {1960s}

The Travellers were an obscure Non-Stop-Dancing group from Singapore, similiar to The Stylers. There’s not much information to be found except on the great Radio Diffussion blog and on Madrotter Treasure Hunt, a Dutch...