Various Artists "Beat Girls Español! 1960s She-Pop From Spain" LP (Color Vinyl)
The influence of hit records from the USA and the UK in the early '60s resulted in a musical style the French called yé-yé. Spain also adopted the term to describe this new type of beat-oriented pop, while maintaining its own musical identity via sexy rhythms and an underlying current of drama and flamenco.
A compilation of predominantly uptempo recordings by the choicest female artists active in 1960s Spain. Pressed on 180g color vinyl and packaged in a heavy-duty jacket with an inner sleeve featuring a 3500-word note and copious color illustrations.