- Nothing EP (Dusty Medical Records, 2007)
- Isn't It Pretty To Think So 7" (In The Red Records, 2008)
- The Strange Boys and Girls Club (In The Red, 2009)
- Be Brave 7" (In The Red/Rough Trade, 2010)
- Be Brave LP (In The Red/Rough Trade, 2010)
Family is pure poetry, is a massive shooting of dreams. They compossed, for a lot of people, the best Spanish pop Lp. Javier Aramburu and Iñaki Gametxogoikoetxea, Family, edited under Elefant Records their first Lp "Un soplo en el corazón" in 1993. Today, this Lp remains as a classic that none can live without have it.
Enjoy this spectacular exercise of music!
And have a good Sunday!!
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This cover has not the beat of The Archies, but remains as a decent effort.
Christine was born in Leeds, Yorkshire on May 11th, 1948. She had some commercial success in the USA, where the World Artists label (famous for Chad & Jeremy) released the song today I upload: the catchy 'Tell Me Mama', which reached No.85 on the Billboard charts in May 1964, outselling the original version by well-known American singer Janie Grant (1963).
Enjoy!Christine Quaite story at spectropop.com
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Enjoy this terrific and sweet song in English, but with title in Spanish.
TIENES TUS PROBLEMAS
Pili y Mily, or Pilar and Aurora Bayona Sarriá, two twins who had a great success both in Spain and Mexico, with a long filmography. labelled sometimes as ye-ye girls, they signed several testimonies of what the sixties were. "Un chico moderno" is not their best song, but "Si tú estás cerca", my next post. Nevertheless, please, take a view to the video below.
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In Spain Los 3 sudamericanos, had a big popularity from 1960, when they moved to Madrid. Coming from Paraguay, and singing from 1959, they performed the English number 1 top hit in 1965 'Yeh, Yeh' by Georgie Fame.
From the Lp "Sing along with", by Los Straitjackets, I upload this cover of "Mother in law", by Ernie K-Doe (1961).
Original song video
Enjoy this jewel!
Now, listen this amazing song: "No, no no".
Being an original theme, I think it is influenced by "Nobody but me".
Best bio and Discography at Los60
See the other entries of Bruno in this blog.
Bruno Lomas at Spanish TV music program "¡Que Noche La De Aquel Año!", presented by Spanish Rock star Miguel Ríos (1987)
Nothing to say about Carlos Guzmán.
"96 lágrimas" is a cover of "96 tears", a 1966 hit by "? and The Mysterians"
Text and photo taken from here
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Micky y los Tonys was a Spanish pop-rock band formerly composed in 1960 by Miguel Ángel Carreño, or Micky (voice), Tony del Corral (guitar), Fernando Argenta (rythm guitar), Juan Fuster (bass), and Enrique Moddell (bass). In 1962 they played in a festival organized by the Circo Price, along with Los Pekenikes, Los Estudiantes, and Dick y Los Relámpagos. Micky soon became the leader of the band, although they firstly were named Los Tonys. Their first Ep (1963) had hits by Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas, such as "The Rhythm of the Rain", "Loop the Loop", "You're the Devil in Disguise", or "Bad To Me", renamed by them as "No Me Dejes".
"Estoy cansado" is a 1965 song from the soundtrack of a Spanish movie entitled "Megatón ye-yé", but sang in English.