Kaleidoscope – Kaleidoscope

Now-Again | May. 5, 2016 | Catalog |

Buy it here.

LP tracklist:

Hang Out
PS Come Back
A Hole In My Life
Let Me Try
I Think It’s All Right
Colors
Once Upon A Time There Was A World
A New Man
I’m Crazy
I’m Here, He’s Gone, She’s Cryin’

Original sessions produced by Kaleidoscope. Originally produced for issue by Edgar Zamudio

Originally issued on Orfeon Mexico LP-12-666.

Licensed courtesy Francisco Tirado. All songs written by Francisco Tirado, except “Hang Out,” “A Hole In My Life,” “I’m Crazy” written by Orlando Vázquez and “I’m Here, He’s Gone, She’s Cryin’ written by Adib Casta.
This reissue produced by Eothen Alapatt.
Liner notes by Enrique Rivas Viniegra..
Remastered by Dave Cooley for Elysian Masters, Los Angeles.
Art direction by Errol Richardson.
All photos courtesy Francisco Tirado.
Special thanks to Thomas Hartlage and Shadoks Music.

Recorded January 1968 at Fabiola Studio in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, by Fabio Inoa.
Personnel: Francisco “Frank” Tirado (Bass, Vocals on “Colours,” “Please Come Back,” “Let Me Try,” “I Think It’s Allright,” “Once Upon a Time There Was A World”); Orlando “Orly” Vázquez (Guitar, Bass, Vocals on “Hang Out,” “A Hole In My Life,” “I´m Crazy”); Julio Arturo Fernández (Organ); Rafael Cruz (Drums); Pedrín García (Guitar), Adib Casta (Guitar, Vocals on “I´m Here, He´s Gone, She´s Cryin’” ).

LP, CD. NA 5145.

Finally Out Now! Peace’s Zamrock Masterpiece “Black Power”

Now-Again | May. 4, 2016 | News | ,

ON SALE AT OUR WEBSTORE AT RAPPCATS: PEACE – BLACK POWER

After a year’s delay, we’re stoked to announce Black Power is shipping in all format at our webstore at Rappcats! This is the first official reissue of this essential Zamrock album.

Peace was one of of Zamrock’s best bands, kick-started by groups The Boyfriends and WITCH from Chamboli Mine Township, Kitwe, Zambia. Black Power was their sole release, recorded at Malachite Film Studio circa 1973-74 and issued circa 1975, sounds like nothing else in the Zamrock canon: a lost message drifting from the flower power era, imbued with a fiery Zambian voice.

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