One of the best and most important psychedelic bands to emerge from South America in the late 60s/early 70s. It is impossible to indicate just how revolutionary they were-but the fact that the band were naked on the cover of their debut, and crucified their singer on the cover of their second album may give you an idea.
A rare masterpiece of psychedelic-rock music.
"Aguaturbia - Volumen 2
Prime reissue of one of the most important psychedelic albums to emerge from South America (Chile). Aguaturbia formed in late 1969/ early 1970 around the newly married couple Denise aka New wave singer Clymene Puleghini Solis and talented guitarist Carlos Corales."
Aguaturbia "Complete Tracks" CD collection of tracks featuring the entire 1st and 2nd album (both released in 1970) plus bonus cuts from this infamous Chilean psychedelic underground acid rock group…
According to the Gibraltar EPR, Aguaturbia's music represents the 'psych' with wild 'wah-wah' guitar solos and great female vocals. While I agree with both the latter points absolutely, the band's stylistics has, in my view, just a little to do with real psychedelic music…
Kaleidoscope Men is the third studio album of the psychedelic band Los Mac’s, released in December 1967 by RCA-Victor. It’s commonly known as the fundamental album of the latinoamerican psychedelia movement. It certainly has a very uncommon lyric and musical style, considering the release date. Thanks to lyrics dedicated to politics, drugs, poetry and a particular beat-style, Kaleidoscope Men became a very popular album at the time and it’s considered “legend” nowadays, still being an important collection piece for psychedelia and 60´s beat lovers.