Thursday, October 21, 2010

The Exotic Guitars Indian Love Call

Beautiful guitar music by The Exotic Guitars, a group from Hawaii, with styles ranging from the resonant electro-twanging, to laguid rhythms from the sun-drenched shores of Hawaii. The Exotic Guitars are a little bit lounge, a little bit Duane Eddy twang and a little bit Dick Dale surf sound. This kind of guitar music was very popular at the 60s and 70s, especially by groups that added their special "exotic" flavor, like The Exotic Guitars. Enjoy.

TRACKLIST
01 - Indian Love Call
02 - La Paloma
03 - Battle Hymn Of The Republic
04 - Pearly Shells
05 - Red Roses For A Blue Lady
06 - Sabre Dance
07 - Vaya Con Dios
08 - Galveston
09 - Green Door
10 - Petite Fleur
11 - Trying
12 - Moon River

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3 comments:

Bill said...

The Exotic Guitars aren't from Hawaii. This is an L.A. session with lead guitarist Al Casey, who played rhythm guitar on many of Duane Eddy's early recordings and had a minor hit in the 1960s with "Surfin' Hootenanny." That accounts for the twang and surf sounds.

Il Idioto said...

Thank you very much. I couldn't believe that the link was still available at Deposit Files.

Il Idioto said...

Thank you very much. I couldn't believe that the link was still available at Deposit Files.

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