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2011-08-23

LOS BRINCOS - EL PASAPORTE



Los Brincos (the fabulous!), with a pure garage song, "El pasaporte", supossedly a critical song against Franco.
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Brincosis

JUAN Y JUNIOR - LA CAZA



Juan Pardo Suárez (1942, Palma de Mallorca), and Antonio Morales Barretto “Junior” (1943, Philipines Islands), both were the best pop duet in the spanish sixties music. They started their career with Los Pekenikes, and later, with Los Brincos, from where they were expelled in 1966. From their 1st simple they charted all their songs at top ten. Even they recorded their hits in English, such as The Chase, Nothing, To Girls, Anduriña…).
Enjoy this pop-mod song.

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LOS MUSTANG - TELSTAR


Telstar 1 satellite


Los Mustang again, now performing "Telstar", by The Tornados (1962). Telstar is the name of various communication satellites, including the first such satellite to relay television signals. The first two Telstar satellites were experimental and nearly identical. Telstar 1 was launched on top of a Thor-Delta rocket on July 10, 1962. It successfully relayed through space the first television pictures, telephone calls, fax images and provided the first live transatlantic television feed.
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2011-08-22

THE BLUE DIAMONDS - ME SIENTO BIEN

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The Blue Diamonds again, now performing "I fell fine", a 1964 The Beatles hit.
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LONE STAR - REZARÉ



Lone Star, a pop band from Barcelona, was formerly compossed by Pedro Gené (leader of the band, voices), Willy Nab (guitar), Rafael de la Vega (bass), Enric Fusté (keyboards), and Enrique López (bass). They started in 1959, when Padro Gené came from England, whre he saw the explosion of the British pop . Then, he wanted to compound a rock band from his ancient "conservatorio" friends and scholars.

"Rezaré" is a cover of "Stand by Me", the famous song sang by Ben E. King, and adapted from a 1955 gospel theme by The Staples Singers.

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LOS HOOLIGANS - AGUJETAS DE COLOR DE ROSA



Los Hooligans
, from Mexico, again. Now, reshooting in 1962 the Dodie Stevens hit Pink Shoe Laces (1959). Nevertheless, they covered this stuff in their first Ep, in 1960.
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2011-08-21

FEDERICO CABO - TU LOCA JUVENTUD


Promo poster of VII Festival de la cancion de Benidorm (1965)



Benidorm

The Festival Internacional de la Canción de Benidorm was a song contest celebrated each summer during 1959 and 2006 in Benidorm (Alicante), and was based on the Italian San Remo song contest, to promote the Spanish music, Benidorm, and the tourism. Today, Benidorm had registered 118 hotels! Thanks to this song contest,Spanish singers such as Raphael, Dúo Dinámico, or Julio Iglesias became famous singers. Nevertheless, the Festival de Benidorm was lost importante during its last years.

Today, you can listen the 1965 Festival de Benidorm winning song, "Tu loca juventud", by Federico Cabo. Enjoy!


Tu loca juventud at Loca, loca, loca juventud

DISCOS SORPRESA FUNDADOR - CORAZÓN CONTENTO



During 1962 and 1969, you could get an Ep when you bought a bottle of the famous Spanish brandy Fundador. Today, these Eps are all very appreciated among collectors, since they have very rare pieces, most of them recorded just one time, exclusively for the gift.
This time, we share the Ref. 10.173 - "UN RITMO NUEVO", which includes an instrumental cover of "Tengo el corazón contento", by Marisol (listen in this blog).
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Discos Fundador at memorias musicales

LOS SHAKERS - NENA BAILA SHAKE

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Los Shakers, the fabulous Uruguayan band, now with another hit: Baby dance shake.
Enhoy!

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LOS SALVAJES - SOY ASÍ reloaded





Los Salvahes again. This song became an hymn at late 60s. Enjoy this pure garage!

LOS ÁNGELES - 98.6

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Los Ángeles, a Granada pop band, born as Los ángeles azules in 1963, the same name they had till the en of 1966, when they did go to Hispavox Records. Los ángeles reached their successes between 1967 and 1971, with songs such as "98.6"; Mañana, mañana, Créeme; Momentos; Mónica; and Abre tu ventana. They appeared in two Spanish movies: ""Un, dos tres, al escondite inglés", by Iván Zulueta (1967), and "A 45 revoluciones por minuto", by Pedro Lazaga (1970). This song was the biggest hit of James Barry Keefer (Philadelphia), best known as Bazza Keefer (in memory of his mother), or simply as Keith. "98.6" was his biggest hit peaking at #7 in January of 1967.

Nevertheless, this time is one when the cover is better than the original, of course.

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LOS BRINCOS - OH, MAMA



Los Brincos again, now with another hit at the end of their career: "Oh, mama".
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AUGUSTO ALGUERÓ - BOCACCIO SOUL




Augusto Algueró Dasca (Barcelona, Frebuary 23, 1934 / Torremolinos, Málaga, January 16, 2011) was the best known Spanish composer. During his long career, he composed a lot of songs that became Spanish hits, such as «Penélope» (sung by Joan Manuel Serrat); «Te quiero, te quiero» and «Noelia», by Nino Bravo; «Tómbola», by Marisol, or «La chica ye-ye», by Gelu and Conchita Velasco. He married with another Spanish folk star, Carmen Sevilla. Now, listen "Bocaccio soul", from the soundtrack for the Spanish movie Tuset Street, from 1967.

LOS GATOS - LA BALSA




Los Gatos was an Argentine rock band coming from the previous "Los gatos salvajes". They started in 1967 reaching a 50-songs book. They currently played at La Cueva, a Buenos Aires rock corner bar. Their first simple was "La balsa/Ayer nomás", an unexpected success recorded the July 3, 1967, selling 200.000 copies. La balsa is a song writen by José Alberto Iglesias (Tanguito, or Ramses VII), and Litto Nebbia the May 2, 1967 at midnight. This song is considered as the one who started the Argentine rock, and view by Rolling Stone journal and MTV as the best Argentine rock song of all times.

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2011-08-15

ANA BELÉN Y LOS SHAKERS - MUY CERCA DE TI



The Spanish band "Los Shakers" has a short life (1965-1966). They appeared with the Spanish famous actress and singer Ana Belén in de Spanish movie "Zampo y yo" (1965), singing "Muy cerca de tí", also covered by Gelu. Others say that this song was composed by Augusto Algueró, exclusively for this film. Please, note that Ana Belén was fourteen in this video.


Ana Belén y Los Shakers


Alaska y Los Pegamoides very rare cover


Los Pegamoides in Pedro ALmodóvar "Pepi , Luci , Boom y otras chicas del montón"



LOS SHAKERS - ROMPAN TODO (BREAK IT ALL)



May be Los Shakers were the best pop sixties band from Uruguay. Hardly influenced by The Beatles, they sung a lot of songs in English. Definitely, Uruguay run his own way during the sixties. A way which much people took full of quality, as you can listen now. Enjoy this jewel.

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Funny video


Los Shakers at mza-garage.blogspot.com

LOS CHEYENES - NO PIERDAS EL TIEMPO reloaded

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This band from Barcelona had a short career: 1966-1967. But they were very very good. Hardly influenced by The Kinks, they knew how to do his own musinc and style. Enjoy this song, recorded in 1966.
Please, let me few words here. As you can see here, and in others blogs, expertized historians of sixties and seventies music put labels to tha bands and singers that seems to be extremely carefull in doing this. So, sometimes you can see a band labelled as mods, psichedelic, punk, garage, or pop, at the same time, as it is this case. How could we insert some order here?


NO PIERDAS EL TIEMPO

Los Cheyenes at mza-garage.blogspot.com Los Cheyenes at mods. Ecos de sociedad

LOS RELÁMPAGOS - DIPLODOCUS



Los Relámpagos, as we said, were an instrumental band. nevertheless, they recorded in 1966 an Ep where they were singing. "Diplodocus" was covered by Rocío Durcal in the same year, appearing in the film "Acompáñame", as you can see in the video below.
Enjoy!

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Rocío Dúrcal cover







TONY TONALD - NOTHING TO SAY




Tony Ronald again, now with a 1972 Ep which includes this garage song.
Enjoy!

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THE BLUE DIAMONDS - QUE TE DEJÉ DE QUERER



This Indonesian duet became one of the most successfull bands from the Indi-rock during the sixties performing famous hits. This Ducht brothers, inhabitants of the formar Dutch colony Indonesia mixed their rural musical influences with the new rock & roll from the US. The Blue Diamonds covered many Everly Brothers songs, but became really famous with an up tempo version of a musical song, 'Ramona'. Now, thay are here by their cover of "You Can Never Stop Me Loving You", that Johnny Tillotson charted in 1963.





ALBERTINA CORTÉS - MUCHO




Albertina Cortés is another Spanish ye-yé girl. during the 60s she participated in numerous music song contests, being the "1st Festival de la canción de la Costa del Sol" winning singer in 1963. This Festival was celebrated at de bull-ring of Almería. She also was at 6th and 8th Festival de Benidorm (1964 and 1966). This song was also covered by Bruno Lomas.

Albertina Cortés at mundomusicalmeria



2011-08-10

LOQUILLO Y LOS TROGLODITAS - ESTO NO ES HAWAII



Waiting to see Loquillo at San Lorenzo de El Escorial next Saturday. Meanwhile, enjoy this!
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"Esto no es Hawaii" by Loquillo (1981)


2011-08-08

SILVANA VELASCO - SI ENCUENTRAS MI AMOR



Silvana Velasco again, and singing a beautiful song, out of the current ways to do ye-yé music.
Enjoy!
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MADALENA IGLESIAS - ÉL Y ELLA




Portuguese singer Magalena Iglesias was at the 66 Eurovision song contest singing "Ele e ela", a song rapidly sung in Spanish by the same singer, and in the same year, under Belter Records.

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TONY RONALD Y SUS KRONERS - TÚ SERÁS MY BABY


Original album cover (1963)

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Tony Ronald again, now performing "Be my baby", by Phil Spector/The Ronettes along with "his Kroners".

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2011-08-07

LORELLA - SOLA ESTOY reloaded

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Lorella again, now with a garage jewel: "Sola estoy" (1965).

Sola estoy

LORELLA - SANDY reloaded



With 20 years, María Dolores Ortiz Espila, Lorella sung a song composed by her: Sandy, or Shandy, as named in the original EP. Coming from Asturias, moved to Pamplona, and later, to Madrid, where she finished their grade at the "Conservatorio", Lorella was another ye-yé girl who less covers sung among all ye-yé girls. Nevertheless, she is not recognized as she deserves. She later sung under another artistic name: María Ostiz, getting more weight into the Spanish music during the seventies.
Enjoy this amazing song!

SANDY

LAS HERMANAS BENÍTEZ - BAILA YE-YÉ reloaded



Cuban sisters Beatriz, Beba, Petry, Carmen, and Juanita Benítez recorded in 1964 this ye-yé song.

SILVANA VELASCO - BUSCA UNA EXCUSA reloaded



Silvana Rosa Caravera Núñez, or Silvana Velasco, born in Madrid in 1947. Being 14-old, she appears in the film “Siempre es Domingo” (Fernando Palacios, 1961). She launched in 1964 her 2nd Ep under Zafiro Records with two covers (“I only to be with you”, by Dusty Springfield, and “La plus belle pour aller danser”, by Sylvie Vartan), and two songs: Ella está contigo and Busca una excusa, the song I upload today.
Enjoy!
BUSCA UNA EXCUSA

DÚO DINÁMICO - DIME PORQUÉ reloadad



El Dúo dinámico launched an EP in 1962 with two songs devoted to the twist (Bailando el twist and Me gusta el twist), another with their great hit Perdóname, and the last one, Dime porqué, a ye-yé song.
DIME PORQUÉ

LOS SIREX - DIME QUE ME QUIERES



Los Sirex again with a rock and roll launched in 1994.
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KARINA - ME LO DIJO PÉREZ reloaded



Me lo dijo Pérez is another song that pray for the tourism at Mallorca. Compossed by Alberto Cortez, and also performed by Los tres sudamericanos, was Karina who sung this song in the Festival de Mallorca in 1965 with great success.

ME LO DIJO PÉREZ


2011-08-06

FRANCISKA - TWIST CONTIGO reloaded




Franciska was a Spanish ye-yé girl, with some success during the sixties. Today she is appearing in TV for others things, nothing related with music, and not interesting here. I prefer to keep remembering her by his voice and songs. Today I upload the cover she did of "Twistin the night away" in 1964.
Enjoy!

2011-08-05

BILL HALEY Y SUS COMETAS - MÁS TWIST - LET'S TWIST AGAIN reloaded



In 1961–1962, Bill Haley y sus Cometas (as the band was known in Latin America) signed with Orfeón Records of Mexico and scored an unexpected hit with "Twist Español", a Spanish language recording based on the twist. Haley followed up with what was, for a time, the biggest selling single in Mexican history with "Florida Twist". Thanks to the success to "Twist Español" and "Florida Twist", among others, the band had continued success in Mexico and Latin America over the next few years, selling many recordings of Spanish and Spanish flavored material and simulated live performances on Orfeon Recordsand its subsidiary, Dimsa. They hosted a television series entitled Orfeón a Go-Go and made cameo appearances in several movies, lipsynching to some of their old hits, such as "A ritmo de twist" (1962), "Jóvenes y rebeldes" (1961), and "Besito a papá" (1961). Haley, who was fluent in Spanish (his wife was the Mexican dancer Marta Velasco), recorded a number of songs in the language, but the vast majority of the band's output during these years were instrumental recordings, many utilizing local session musicians playing trumpet. There was also some experimentation with Haley's style during this time; one single for Orfeon was a folk ballad, "Jimmy Martinez", which Haley recorded without the Comets.

Bill Halley y sus cometas Spanish records at Mexico under Orfeón Records
1961
  • Twist Español/My Kind of Woman (Spanish version)
  • Cerca del Mar/Tren Nocturno
  • Florida Twist/Negra Consentida
1962
  • Caravan Twist/Actopan Twist
  • La Paloma /Silbando Y Caminando
  • Bikini Twist/Rudy's
  • Mas Twist/Tampico Twist
  • Twist Lento/Sonora Twist
  • Martha/Tacos de Twist
  • Jalisco Twist/Pueblo del Twist
1963
  • Puré de papás /Anoche
  • El Madison de la Estrella/Viajando Con el Madison
  • Avenida Madison /Reunion de Etiqueta
  • Limbo Rock/Ana Maria
1964
  • Adiós Mariquita Linda/El Quelite (Orfeon 1324)
  • Mish Mash/Madero y Gante (Orfeon 1333)
  • Jimmy Martinez/Al Compás del Reloj (Orfeon 1429)
1965
  • A Gusto Contigo/Mish Mash

2011-08-01

EXCEPTION 7 - LORD LOVE A DUCK, 1966

"Lord love a duck", directed in 1966 by George Axelrod is a bright satirical comedy about an innocent high school girl granted her wishes by a student prodigy. A broad satire of teenage culture in the sixties, its targets ranging from progressive education to beach movies. Music by Neal Hefti and main title song sung by The Wild Ones (from California).

Neal Hefti and Frank Sinatra



The Wild Ones

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Lord love a duck - Main title Download


Very funny movie clip


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