Ultra-cool guitar work from 60s Brazil – a stone classic by a combo who get better and better with each new release! This gem from 1967 really has The Pops hitting their stride on guitar – opening up with lines as deft as The Ventures or Surfaris, but often tuned towards a different sort of aesthetic overall – one that's sometimes dark and moody, thanks to the organ burning away in the background – and which is more concerned with the overall feel of the tunes, rather than blowing anyone away with a solo. Yet that doesn't mean that the guitar's not mighty darn fine, because it is – and really rivals the best group of this sort from the west coast – especially on some of the unique medley tracks. Titles include "As 7 Maravilhas No 3", "Driving Guitars", "Noturno De Chopin
", "Andalucia", "Caravan", "Recordando Boleros", "Munsters Theme", and "Meu Coracao A Ti Pertence".