Three friends from Sevilla, joined by humour and love to the chant: Eduardo Rodriguez, who travelled by Europe with his guitar, , Luis Moreno (Pibe, guitar), who lived in USA for few years playing with jazz bands, and Josele Moreno, who lived in France, and even participated in an international festival formed Los Payos (The name to whom gipsies call to the others), after back to Spain. With rumba rythm, they versioned "Adios Angelina" by Bob Dylan. Their success made them travel by France and England. "María Isabel" reached so success that became a 1969 disco hymn and tourists were buying this song as a postal card. In 1972 they decided to dissolve themselves. Eduardo was as a member of the famous band Triana, Luis go to band Alameda, and Josele formed a duet known as Yerbabuena.