Bodo Molitor - Hits Internacionales (1969 mexico, rough 'n' hard garage psych)
A legendary bit of psychedelia from the Mexican scene of the 60s -- the only album ever cut by Bodo Molitor, a singer with a range of American influences!
Part of the record is definitely as wild as you might expect from the cover, but other parts are more focused and groovy -- almost a bit soul or blues rock at times, although always with a bit of fuzz on the guitars.
Bodo sings in English, sometimes with a cool raspy sound that emphasizes the more soulful side of his music -- and instrumentation includes some organ that bubbles along nicely with the guitars.
Titles include "Sookie Sookie", "Real Real", "I Wish I Knew How", "She's A Woman", "You Don't Know", "When I Was Seventeen", "Laziness", and "The Midnight Hour"
1. Sookie, sookie (Don Covey) - 0:00
2. Real real (N.Simone) - 2:18
3. She's a woman (McCartney) - 4:31
4. You don't know (Molitor, Costa) - 7:40
5. St. James Infirmary (Joe Primroge) - 9:50
6. Wen I was seventeen (Lonnie Donnegan) - 12:25
7. I wish i knew how (B.Taylor) - 15:49
8. A girl I knew (John Kay, Morgan Cavett) - 18:25
9. Don't le me be misunderstood (Benjamin, Marcus, Cadwell) - 20:54
10.Laziness (Molitor, Costa) - 23:27
11.The midnight hour (Pickett, Cropper) - 25:16
12.Try minnie try (Molitor, Costa) - 28:00
13.Hello, i love you (Morrison, Manzarek) - 30:15
14.You don't know (Molitor, Costa) - 32:12
15.St. James infirmary (Joe Primroge) - 34:21
16.A girl I knew (John Kay, Morgan Cavett) - 36:53
*Bodo Molitor - Vocals, Guitar
*Juan Garcia Aragon - Guitar
*Jorge Rene Gonzalez - Organ