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Titiek Puspa – Doa Ibu

This cool record was made in Indonesia, 1966. All tracks are composed by Puspa herself. There are some indigenous sounding songs, some soft r&b and a couple of jazz songs. I particularly like the track Lagu Untukmu a lot. It sounds like an exotic version of Nina Simone, sung with a deep voice and with nice interludes. I thought this record would be pretty obscure but a quick search reveales Titiek Puspa was actually one of the most popular Indonesian singers. But do you ever see this record?

“lagu untukmu”

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7 Comments

  • woah

  • waw.. how did you get this song..

  • coolness.. I’ve been looking all over for this song… any idea on how I can have it?

  • i am from indonesia, and all i gotta say this records is not easy to find at all, especially in good condition and complete with the cover sleeve, so it is a great discovery for you.

  • nice

  • Hi, i’ve been looking for this record for quite some time. you interested to sell me or trade? i’ve got a few early indonesian female singer with good backing band that needs recognition…..thanks.

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