Aguaturbia: Psychedelic Drugstore (1970)
The album (a compilation of a couple Chile releases) is highlighted by a few covers. Their take on the Airplane's "Somebody To Love" is pretty faithful to the original; the blues standard "Rolling & Tumbling" out-Creams Cream with its bluesy muck. But the centerpiece is an extended romp through Tommy James's "Crimson & Clover," with a reliably excessive reliance on the wah-wah pedal delivering the headphone-friendly vamp you know you want. Elsewhere there's a fuzzy garage-band romp called "I Wonder Who" to get your toes tapping; while "E.V.O.L" is just a crazed monster jam, Janis Joplin and Santana and a whole lot of mescaline.
As with most of these little numbers in my collection, it's hardly essential listening, more a novelty given its Latin-tinged spin on garage rock, but worth a quick visit when you're up for a ride in the wayback machine.
Here's an audio rip of "Crimson & Clover":Apparently the band is still kicking around, all these years later; here's a live take on "E.V.O.L." from 2009: