|1.||"Hariring Kuring" (3:39)|
|3.||"Tekad Pahlawan" (2:22)|
|2.||"Sapunjere Pegat Simpaj" (2:45)|
|3.||"Lembur Kuring" (3:04)|
|4.||"Bulan Dagoan" (3:13)|
Although little-known in the UK, Yanti Bersaudara were one of the most successful Indonesian groups of the 1960s and early 1970s. The group, a trio of sisters, is arguably best known in the UK and Europe for their self-titled 1971 album, which has now been given the reissue treatment to satisfy growing demand from record collectors. It's a warm and gently psychedelic affair, offering songs (naturally sung in Indonesian) that variously touch on 1960s beat pop, the "wall of sound" productions of Phil Spector and dewy-eyed, soft-focus soul, often with South East Asian musical motifs mixed with British and American tropes. As a result, it's a surprisingly intoxicating affair.
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