Los Llopis was a Cuban band that recorded few songs in Spain during the sicties. fue un grupo musical de Cuba que hizo algunas grabaciones en España durante los años 1960. Manuel Llopis "Ñolo" was a Cuban born in La Habana in 1934 that went to the USA, when she used to play the steel guitar. In 1959 they played at "Pasapoga", the most famous Music hall at Madrid, covering English rock verisons. They were pioneers in mixing rock and latin rhythms.
"Witch Doctor" is a song written and performed by Ross Bagdasarian, Sr., and released in 1958 by Liberty records under the name David Seville, a character whom Bagdasarian portrayed. The song tells the story of a man in love with a woman who initially does not return his affections. Longing for her companionship, the man goes to see a wicht doctor for advice. The wise witch doctor replies, "Oo ee oo ah ah ting tang walla walla bing bang" (a phrase which is repeated four times as the chorus of the song). At the middle of the song, the man tells the woman he loves about his asking the witch doctor for advice. The first cover version was recorded in 1958 by Don Lang, charted in top 10. This song has also been covered by Sha-na-na and in Spanish by Manuel "El Loco" Valdés.