Los Six: Sicodélico Venezolano


Thanks Alejandro for your prior post on The Speakers. I totally appreciate it. Since we were on the South American psyche/rock tip I thought I’d throw in a couple tunes from the very few records I own in this genre. This is a compilation record of Venezuelan rock bands, but I’m only concentrating on the group Los Six, even though this entire album is pretty amazing. I actually found some info on the band from a visual gallery of prog and psyche records (progvinyl.com). Looks like these two songs are taken from their debut self titled album from 1968. Other than that, when I googled “Los Six” all I came up with was “Los Six Pistols” and “Los Six Flags Amusement Park”. The music is a lot more sugar coated than The Speakers, but I’m really digging the Rubber Soul/Revolver-esque sounds these guys put out.

 1. Los Six: Voy Chica

2. Los Six: Dr. Banard

6 Responses to “Los Six: Sicodélico Venezolano”

  1. 1 alejandro September 15, 2009 at 5:59 pm

    Really like the guitar sound of these tracks. Great find!

  2. 2 alejandro September 20, 2009 at 5:08 pm

    I knew I’ve heard it before! The “Voy chica” track has the melody (note by note but sped up a bit) of the Kinks “Last of the Powered Steam Trains” from The Kinks are The Village Green Preservation Society (with different lyrics)… Do You agree?

  3. 3 juancho September 26, 2009 at 3:43 pm

    I think the correct phrase is Psicodelia Venezolana or Venezolano Psicodélico. Tell me if im wrong… I never heared ‘venezuelano’.

  4. 4 josephfranko September 27, 2009 at 11:09 pm

    juancho thanks. yeah Psicodélico o Sicodélico. ive seen them spelt differently. venezilano = my bad.

  5. 5 alejandro November 2, 2009 at 3:29 pm

    Today “Dr Barnard” randomly popped up in my ipod. What a hilarious great track. Thanks for this gem!
    “Yo tengo a las chicas locas, loquitas por mi” . Clasico!

  6. 6 Cecilia Torres February 21, 2013 at 1:24 pm

    Bernardo J. Ladera Marin Facebook
    Los Six

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