Known as "Del Volar De Las Palomas", this is the second eponymous album from the legendary Blops from Chile, originally released in 1971, while the band lived in a communal house known as "Manchufela".
Another superb psychedelic folk–rock offering with a slightly more electrified sound on some of the tracks.
Great songs, melancholic atmosphere, deep vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, flute, organ, percussion, drums, cello, violin, backward effects...
Colour Insert with photos and liner notes in English / Spanish.
Repro of the rare original lyrics / illustrations booklet.
Housed in old style heavy cardboard tip–on sleeve.
Side A: Qué Lindas Son Las Mañanas – Pintando Azul El Mar – Manchufela – El Río Donde Va – Esencialmente Así No Más – El Proclive Necesario
Side B: La rondadora – Tarde – Del Volar De Las Palomas – Campos Verdes – Pisándose La Cola