Smash - We Come To Smash This Time

Spanish prog rock with flamenco sitar

Formed by the sitar / guitar player Gualberto in 1967 the band Smash recorded at the beginning of the seventies two classic rarities of psych / prog rock for Philips label ("Glorieta de los Lotos" in 1970 and "We Come To Smash This Time" in 1971) . The early death of the vocalist Julio Matito will mark the end of the band's adventure. In itself, Smash's music has similarities with the Moody blues and Vanilla Fudge's psychedelic mood. The flamenco touch is evident, applying on traditional "palos" (tarantos.) thanks to Manuel Molina guitar style. In parallel the leader Gualberto has recorded a few progressive albums with Ricardo Mino, mixing Hindu music to conventional Spanish flamenco guitar works. (progarchives)
From in Spain
Indo-Prog/Raga Rock
Smash - We Come To Smash This Time - 1971
01. Well you now
02. First Movement
03. Behind the Stars
04. We Come to Smash This Time
05. My Funny Girl
06. Don't Be Sad, Baby
07. Fail Safe
08. Good Bye
- Gualberto - guitar,sitar,tabla...
- Antoñito Rodriguez - drums
- Henrik Michael - violin & flute
- Julio Matito - vocals
- Silvio Mane - percussions


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