Michael Vee has a blog he calls 60s (mostly) Uncomped . What he does is dig out tracks from the 60s, mainly beat and pop, which haven’t been released on other compilations, i.e they are “uncomped”.
His compilations do have a theme, e.g music for belly dancing, instrumentals, but what intrigued me was that although some have a general geographical nature, his reach is wide. That means that in several compilations there are a couple of tracks from Indonesia. These I have sifted out for you.
You may recognise some of the names, such as the Koes Brothers, but I am certainly not familiar with most of them.
– The Quests were from Malaya’s Borneo, and are not the Singapore group from the same era. Fans of John Peel may understand why I included it.
– re: Arulan. Sjachrul G. Bajumi was the group’s ‘architect’; there’s a five page profile of him (in bhs. Indonesia) here based around the fact that apparently he has the world’s largest collection of Fender guitars.