MAQUINA - Why (1970 underground Spanish prog psych) LP

SKU:
24905
$30.00
Width:
12.00 (in)
Height:
0.15 (in)
Depth:
12.00 (in)
Current Stock:
3
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Guerssen Records presents a reissue of Mˆquina!'s Why?, originally released in 1970. Along with Smash, Cerebrum, or Pan & Regaliz, Catalan band Mˆquina! were one the truly pioneers when talking about the underground Spanish psych-prog scene from the late '60s. Why? was their debut album, originally released in 1970 on the Di‡bolo label and housed in a striking surreal sleeve designed by band member Jordi Batiste. English vocals, wicked acid fuzz-wah guitars, Hammond organ, flute -- including the legendary self-titled track, 24 minutes (split in two parts) of wild psychedelic improvisation. Featuring Josep Maria "Tapi" Vilaseca (later of Tapiman) on drums, Josep Maria Par’s on fuzz guitar, Luigi Cabanach on wah guitar, Enric Herrera on organ, and Jordi Batiste on bass/flute/vocals.

Highly sought-after by psych collectors worldwide, this is a long overdue vinyl reissue of this cult album featuring.

Newly remastered sound.

Original artwork and eight-page color insert with detailed liner notes by Ëlex G—mez-Font and cool photos

heavy cardboard sleeve + OBI.