Pharaway Sounds present Anana Funk Hip, 1970-1975, a compilation of recordings by Dolores Vargas "La Terremoto." Anana Funk Hip is dedicated to the '70s period of Vargas, known as "The Earthquake" due to her wild and frenzied dancing style. In these songs, released 1970-1975, you'll hear killer sound and production mixing funk, rock, and pop with the powerful vocal style of "The Earthquake." Includes real gypsy-funk bombs like "A La Pelota," "Anana Hip," and "La Hawaiana" along with her bizarre cover version of "Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep." If you're looking for flamenco funk and groovy rumba pop, look no further. Master tape sound. Includes insert with liner notes by Txarly Brown and photos. From Brown's liner notes: "Dolores Vargas was our wildest performer, our Spanish Tina Turner, Ikettes-era. In my opinion, she was a better dancer and singer than Lola Flores but she never received the same media attention than the famous Lola. Maybe it's better this way. Dolores Vargas is wine for sommeliers and since now, music for connoisseurs."