The soundtrack to our hotels in Kathmandu & Lisbon.

This is the best 70s compilation I have heard in a very long time.

Looking forward play them in our hotels in Kathmandu & Lisbon.

 

 

70s Trilogy Part I+II+III are compiled and mixed by A Macaca whom I found coincidently last year where he and his partner Peter Power’s Alma da Terra was highlighted as the reviewer’s #1 track in 2016.
 

Voodoohop: Entropia Coletiva I: The award for most-beguiling compilation of the year goes to this one from the Brazilian collective voodoohop. It’s an album that ties together threads of the Brazilian avant-garde yet does so with some of the most seductive grooves around. It’s a hypnotic release that will surely appeal to fans of Dengue Dengue Dengue! and the other psych cumbia acts out there. Starting off with a dark roots raga courtesy of Urubu and J. Abramovay, we head through the desolate trippy landscapes of Ninze and Projeto Mujique, the ethno-step rhythms of Carrot Green, the characterful (as always) jumpy beats of Psilosamples before towards the end we find A Macaca & Peter Power’s glorious stoner folk “Alma da Terra”, which for me is the #1 track of 2016.

Read The Best Compilations in 2016 in Sound & Colours

 

Last Night I shared 70s trilogy part I

The response I get when I share my favorite sets are usually very modest. And those who like/comment/share are always the same nerds.

When I shared A Macaca’s 1st set the response was not only bigger and faster than usual. It also reached people I dident expected. Like our friend Tina Voss in Kathmandu who obviously liked what she heard and thanked me for making her day.

So this post is for her with love from Graca in Lisbon

To the rest of you – hope you like what you hear. If you do – remember to give thumps up to A Macaca.

See you next week in Kathmandu.

Thomas (currently in Lisbon)

 

70s Trilogy PART I by A Macaca.jpg70’s Trilogy Part I

Alice Coltrane – Journey in Satchidananda
Kelan Phil Cohran and Legacy – White Nile
Franco Tamponi – Submarino
Tonio Rubio – Dead Slow
Miles Davis – Guinnevere
Don Cherry – Brown Rice
Sun Ra – Yucatan
Yabancilar – Agit
Lee Erwin – The Thief of Baghdad
Giuliano Sorgini – Ultima Caccia
S.O.U.L. – Memphis Underground
Wes Montgomery – Bumpin’ On Sunset
Zalla – Risaie
Brian Bennett – Image
Midori Takada- Mr Henri Rousseau’s dream
Terry Riley – Performance One 1
Stuart Dempster – Standing Waves (78/87)

 

70s-trilogy-part-ii-by-a-macaca70’s Trilogy Part II

Persona – Introdução Monte
Amon Duul II – Kismet (Pilooski edit)
Power Of Zeus – The sorcerer of Isis (The Ritual Of The Mole)
Kim Sun – The man who must leave
Sam Spence – sunken ship
Bernard Parmegiani -matieres induites
Igor wakhevitch – Matines
Silver Apples – A pox on you
Beyond the wizards Sleeve – Sunday morning
Kemialliset Ystävät – Antihistamiinimatkaaja
Benjamin Lew – Hommes Assis devant un mur chaud
Jan Jankeje – South Indian Line
Collage – kee, pada (haljala)
Clyde Borly and his percussions – Afromania
Magma – Soleil d’Ork
Staff carpenborg and the electric corona – All men shall be brothers of ludwig
Trader horne – morning way
Ramases – Earth people
Gong – The Flying Teapot
Pink Floyd- A saucerful Of Secrets
Godspeed You Black Emperor! – The Dead Flag Blues
Witthuser & Westrupp – Trippo Nova
Dashiell Hedayat – Long Song for Zelda3

 

70s-trilogy-part-iii-by-a-macaca70’s Trilogy Part III

Shuggie Otis -Sweet Thang
Dr John – Gris Gris Gumbo Ya Ya
Hamilton Bohannon – Save their souls
Smithstonian – Mississippi Mud
Breakout Blues – Warm up my lips
Lyn Christopher – Take Me With You
Christine Harwood – Wooden Ships
Bamboo Child – Ryo Kawasaki
Dorothy Ashby – The moving finger
Omega – Kergeskezu favagok – Omega
Rotary Connection- I am The Black Gold Of the Sun
Merry Clayton – Southern Man
Myra Barnes – The Message From The Soul Sisters (Parts 1&2)
Henry Arland- Mamy Blue
Timmy Thomas – Why Can’t We Live Together
The Doors – Softparade
Zombies – Time of the season
The Brian Jonestown Massacre – Malela
Spleen – Along came sam
Susan Christie – Rainy Day
Secos e Molhados – O Doce E o amargo
Can – She Brings the Rain
Freight Train – Elizabeth Cotten,
Linda Perhacs – Chimacum Rain

 

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