This odd and unique psychedelic record is the most Mexican LP sought among collectors, who, offer thousands of dollars to be able to get an original copy in good condition. This comment appears on Antonio Malcara's book "Catologo subjetivo y segregacionista del Rock Mexicano", and he is quite rightly because this LP and Kaleidoscope are the two most important and representative pieces of Mexican garage rock-psychedelia.
Bodo Molitor not only made hos sole record one of the most wanted LP's but also contributed in the LP "Kaleidoscope", pressed in 1969, collaborating with the cover graphics, likewise in another record wanted by collectors "La Libre Expresion".
Bodo Molitor was misundestood in his time but today, 37 years after, experts of fine rock, recognize the delirious range of sounds that explode in multicolor sonic-cosmic-psychedelic rainbow.
In graphic arts, Bodo reflects through his work, a wonderful world full of fantastic images, zoomorphic beings, humanoids and rare vegetation, that despite the apparent anarchism in lines, harmony prevails and invites to drive away sadness.
In an effort to rescue from oblivion this disco graphic jewel, producer Manuel Alvarez found not only the original master but also four bonus tracks.
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01 - Sookie, Sookie 2:18
02 - Real Real 2:13
03 - She's A Woman 3:09
04 - You Don't know 2:09
05 - St. James Infirmary 2:35
06 - Wen I was seventeen 3:24
07 - I Wish I Knew How 2:35
08 - A Girl I Knew 2:29
09 - Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood 2:33
10 - Laziness 1:49
11- The Midnight Hour 2:43
12 - Try Minnie Try 2:15
13 - Hello, I Love You 1:56
14 - You Don't Know (Instrumental) 2:09
15 - St. James Infirmary (Instrumental) 2:32
16 - A Girl I Knew (Instrumental) 2:22