Sunday, February 1, 2015

Bodo Molitor - 1969 - Hits Internacionales

Bodo Molitor
Hits Internacionales

01. Sookie Sookie
02. Real Real
03. She's a Woman
04. You Don't Know
05. St. James Infirmary
06. When I Was Seventeen
07. I Wish I Knew How
08. A Girl I Knew
09. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
10. Laziness
11. The Midnight Hour
12. Try Minnie Try

Along with Kaleidoscope and Los Ovnis, this is the rarest of all Mexican psychedelic albums. Bodo Molitor recorded this album for Orfeon records, Mexico, as label mates of Kaleidoscope. Bodo created the famous cover for Kaleidoscope and several other covers for Zave Records. Bodo was born in Germany, traveling all over the world and playing music. This album Hits Internacionales was recorded in 1968 and released in 1969. A lot of great cover versions, some own compositions with an extra 4 track EP of amazing unheard tracks. An ultra-rare original of this late 60s Mexican garage psych album is a holy grail for collectors. In same league with Mexico's Kaleidoscope. After this release Bodo left Mexico to travel the the world playing with great musicians. For many years now he lives and plays music in Cairo, Egypt, rocking the center of the islamic world..

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