In the end of their career, Los Brincos still did amazing songs like this.
|66||Sesión||CS-032||Navidad ye-ye - Noche de paz / La marimorena / Pero mira como beben / Madre en la puerta hay un niño|
|66||Sesión||S-1007||Noche de paz / La marimorena|
|66||Sesión||S-1008||Pero mira como beben / Madre en la puerta hay un niño|
|67||Sesión||S-1022||Esta melodía ("Cet air-là") / Playas lejanas ("Distant Shores")|
|76||Maller|| SG-101 || Save Your Kisses for Me / Bye, Bye Fraeulein [as Los Sayonara]|
|1975|| Hits de España (Compilation): Lady Lay and Carolina|
Undershakers is a girl band founded in September 1994 and won the II Competition Rock City University of Oviedo. Later, they did an EP under Subterfuge Records. During the 90's they become one of the most popular alternative rock bands, and the greatest exponents of the "Xixón Sound" (you know Nosoträsh, Australian Blonde, Doctor Explosion, Nacho Vegas ...). Undershakers did a funny sixties sound till 2000, when they disbanded.
The cover of "A tu vera" recorded for the medium-length album "Sola" (Alone) in 1997.
Dalida (17 January 1933 – 3 May 1987), born with Italian name of Iolanda Cristina Gigliotti, was a world-famous singer and actress born in Egypt with Italian origins but naturalised French with the name Yolanda Gigliotti. She spent her early years in Egypt amongst the Italian Egyptian community, but she lived most of her adult life in France. She received 55 gold records and was the first singer to receive a diamond disc. Dalida performed and recorded in more than 10 languages including: French, Arabic, Italian, Greek, German, English, Japanese, Hebrew, Dutch and Spanish.
Renowned for the changes she wrought to the French and global music industry with her powerful and colourful performances, she is today still remembered by aficionados throughout the world. A 30-year career (she debuted in 1956 and recorded her last album in 1986, a few months before her death) and her death led to an iconic image as a tragic diva and renowned singer.
She is born in Sipske, Moravice, Yugoslavia,
to a Turkish father and an Italian mother.
Her father will become the governor of the island
of Lastovo, in the Adriatic Sea; her brother,
a major in the Yugoslavian army.
|?||As a schoolgirl, she spends her summer vacations |
working on the railroad as some type of limited
|c. 49||Is a junior swimming champion at age 14 |
|?||Becomes a member of the |
Yugoslavian Olympic swimming team
|55||When the team competes in Austria, |
she refuses to return to her native country
|?||Makes a few movies in Austria |
|April 55||As Tanya Ivelya, she is a "Continental Beauty" |
in Esquire together with Mari Aldon,
Vera Molnar, and Jester Naefe
|?||Goes with her mother to America |
and seeks asylum in the States
/ enters America as a political refugee
with help of her American aunt,
after escaping from behind the Iron Curtain.
"She has been a professional architect, swimmer,
actress, fashion model and singer.
Her measurements are 36-22-36."
|November 55||Columnist Earl Wilson reports her to be |
Saga's "Girl of the Month."
She speaks six languages.
|?||Wins her movie contract two weeks |
after her arrival in Hollywood
|August 57||Is "Today's Bob Neal Item: |
The oil millionaire discovered her,
the Yugoslav Olympic star, who scrammed
the Iron Curtain for a Warner contract..."
|March 58||Is heralded the "Voom Girl" and selected as |
guest for the Naval Reserve Center's
opening at 12200 Sylvan Street, North Hollywood,
on March 28
|?||films Whiplash on location in Puerto Rico. |
During the trip, she's put in jail in Venezuela
because she has her picture taken beside
a statue of Simon Bolivar.
|February 59||Columnist Earl Wilson interviews her at |
New York's Essex House bar:
"I gave my mother a TV set and $300 for a
refrigerator when she was here.
My father is governor of the Island of Lastovo,
but he doesn't make much money.
When he met me in Paris, he was in a daze.
He didn't believe this world existed.
My mother I wanted to wear my mink.
She said no, just get her a little cloth coat.
She wasn't used to American drinks. Mostly slibovitz."
|?||returns from Cuba with a gift of an automatic rifle. |
She says the 30-caliber M1 carbine was given to
her on a recent vacation in Havana by Fidel Castro
"to use on Hollywood wolves."
|18 March 59||the rifle arouses the curiosity of the Hollywood police, |
who notify her that possession of the weapon is illegal
and firmly remove it from her apartment
|May 59||boards a French airliner at Idlewild Airport, New York, |
for Paris, en route to Vienna, Austria, to start work in a
new film, Olympia
|August 60||columnist Walter Winchell asks: "Is Joe Di Maggio |
planning a reprise with his used-to-be playmate,
lovely Tania Velia, now that she's a smash at the
|March 61||producers Griffith and Prince sign her to understudy |
the star in Kuprin
|July 61||leaps from song arranger Joe Sherman's smoking car |
just before it explodes. She receives only bruises.
|February 62||heralded a former "Miss Yugoslavia," she performs |
"songs in many languages" at the Three Saints
Restaurant, Liverpool, New York