01/ The Mustangs – Escape (1968?) 00:00
02/ The Cavaliers - Close To Me (1967) 02:26
03/ The Cavaliers - Rickshaw (1967) 05:26
04/ Raja Andrews & The Nawabs - Little Miss Muffet (1967) 07:54
05/ Raja Andrews & The Nawabs – The Vagabond (1967) 10:54
06/ The Savages - Girl Next Door (1968) 13:33
07/ The Savages - Pain (1968) 15:46
08/ Madhu & The Professionals - I'll be Myself (19??) 18:33
09/ The Cavaliers - Love is a Mango (1967) 21:50
10/ The Cavaliers - unknown title (1967) 25:04
11/ Arun Amin's Aspirations - Sitar Man (1967) 27:39
12/ Arun Amin's Aspirations - The Yoga Way (1967) 30:30
13/ Mahendra Kapoor & Chorus - Yogi, Please Help Me (1968) 32:38
14/ The Cavaliers - Toy Train (1968) 36:01
15/ Arun Amin - Sunshine Friends (19??) 38:51
16/ Arun Amin - unknown title (19??) 41:12
17/ The Combustibles - Peace of mind (1971) 43:28
18/ Arun Amin & Bonnie Remedios - Hippy Hindustan (1969) 46:17
19/ Arun Amin & Bonnie Remedios – Sunflower Girl (1969) 48:41
20/ Calcutta-16 - Ballad Of The Purple Innovation (1969) 51:12
21/ Calcutta-16 – One Eyed Woman (1969) 53:18
22/ The Savages - Old Turkey Buzzard (1969) 56:25
23/ The Savages - The Girl with Kaleidoscope Eyes (1972?) 57:57
24/ The Flintstones - Be Mine (1968) 01:02:05
25/ The Missiles - You Are Fine (1969) 01:04:43
Apart from the original Simla Beat Contest-samplers there had never been other compilations focusing on Indian teen combos from the 60s. Recently though, Florian Pittner of the amazing hindustanib-music.blogspot proved that you can find never compiled 60s gems between Bollywood and temple music if you only dig deep enough. I understand he visits India on a regular basis searching for vinyl and sharing his findings at his blogsite. From the various genres, I selected the tunes that might be tagged “Beat”, “Pop” or “Psychedelia” adding a few more tracks I found at Bobby Mudgel’s Youtube channel and here you go with a set of 26. Compared to Pop sounds from other Far East Nations (say Thailand, or Cambodia) these tunes here are better accessible as Indians speak (and sing) quite perfectly English. Which does not mean there’s no mysteries or strangenesses to discover, once you’ve decided to abandon yourself to the Indian timewarp…
Compilation has been found on 60's (mostly) uncomped blog.
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