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Collection: Female Vocals
Title says it all!
Mexican female fuzz psych garage. Great social critique lyrics! The 7" also has a fab instrumental by Los Dug Dugs.
Classic and killer pre-teen Colombian cumbia!
Argentinian Garage beat duo. Covers of Tommy James and Georgie Fame.
Obscure and private press mexican popcorn oldies.
Exotica gypsy rumba guaguancó. Warped on edge, doesn't play.
Rumba Guaracha and Boogaloo. Recorded in Mexico with Memo Salamanca.
Rare popcorn sung in Spanish.
Obscure female Latin funk psychedelic duo from Colombia. In the line of Elia y Elizabeth. Totally undocumented.
Mexican teen oldies popcorn. Great spanish covers of "I will follow him" and "I wish i were a princess" (Little Peggy March).
Female garage fuzz ye-yé from Chile!
Obscure oldies / disco covers of "Emotion" (Bee Gees) and "You're the one that i want" (John Travolta & Olivia Newton John)
Rare 1971 Latin soul from Mexico.
Colombian big band cumbia doublesider.
Mexican female r&b teen singer, great cover of "Wah watusi" (The Orlons)
Obscure Mexican SYNTH version of the Jeanette classic tune.
Obscure Mexican female soul guajira boogaloo salsa.
Mexican 1963 girl group. Covers of Hayley Mills. Leona Douglas, Roy Orbison!
Mexican female duo, 1965 garage cover of "Wooly Bully" (Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs)
Rare Mexican female tropical boogaloo EP!
Obscure and undocumented female Latin funk from Colombia.
Mexican female bossa soul dancer.
Super obscure mexican? girl group. Covers of The Shirelles and The Shangri-Las.
Mega obscure 45, tiny label from Northern Mexico. Oldies on one side, cover of "Angel Baby" (Rosie & The Originals), the flipside is a nice Garage surf instrumental.
Venezuelan female boogaloo ye-ye, mega rare Bolivia only Picture sleeve.
Mexican garage and oldies. Covers of "Satisfaction", "Gloria", "Ju Ju hand" and oldies doo wop "Eddie My Love". Please check record condition notes.
Mexican oldies / soul covers of "Tell me" (The Alladins) and "I got you" (James Brown).
Mexican garage cover of the Isley brothers classic "Shout" (made after the Lulu version)
Chicano female ye-ye soul oldies, spanish version of "Don't ever leave me" (Connie Francis)
Obscure mexican girl garage, cover of "These boots are made for walkin' " (Nancy Sinatra). Perhaps the rarest of the mexican versions out there.
Obscure ye-ye singer. Funky soul vibes! Mega rare 1972 EP
Obscure disco funk.