Limited edition: 500 copies only. After a two-year rest, Pícaro returns with a collection of versions that have never been heard before, mysterious instrumental tracks and bizarre pieces performed by dishevelled orchestras, South American bands and soloists whose work has been forgotten. Recordings that date from before 1963 and embrace a range of styles such as twist, fox, rock, beat exotica, all sung in Spanish. The orchestras on the first side of the record give way to wilder and more unusual performances on the second side. Renderings of rock, twist, fox and beat, all sung in Spanish. Long-forgotten soloists like Juan Ramón, the Mexican Montoya sisters or Angelito. The flawless version of Bang Bang by Kinita stands out on the album; a little known track that was released, with different orchestral arrangements, as a promo record for Fundador. The priceless Escóndete by a youthful Angelito Pachín dressed as a cowboy also stands out. And to top it all, we have the best beat version that you'll ever hear of Taboo, the composition written by Margarita Lecuona: Los Tarahumaras make a superb job of this hard-to-find track taken from an EP released by Orfeón in Mexico. If you missed the first compilation of scintillating sounds from Pícaro, now you have the chance to savor a new collection of unforgettable tracks. Music from the days when singers still got their hair styled!