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Claudya Con Ramón y Sus Showmen Un Millón de Lágrimas
02 :53
02
Donna Hightower Tú Eres Mi Ídolo
01 :55
03
Claudine Coppin 40° a La Sombra
02 :06
04
Blanca Aurora Tú No Eres Ye-Yé
02 :18
05
Ana Kiro Por Última Vez
02 :03
06
Marina Snob Ye-Yé
02 :31
07
Elsa Baeza Dubeque Dublín
02 :29
08
Antón García Abril/Edda Dell'Orso 4...3...2...1... Morte
02 :36
09
La Nueva Generación Más Me Enamoro de Ti
03 :26
10
Elia y Elizabeth Ponte Bajo el Sol
02 :05
11
Satin Bells Come C'mon
03 :16
12
Karina Con los Jaguars La Misma Playa
02 :07
13
Rocío Durcal Me Están Mirando
02 :21
14 04 :39
15
Las Trillizas de Oro Pochoclo
02 :23
16 04 :15
17
Los Quandos Soul Man
02 :37
18
Los Jolly's Mirza
02 :06
19
Anabella y los Platinos Aho... Aho
02 :34
20
The Zara's Telstar
03 :06
21
La Llave 3 La Bruja
03 :16
22
Paloma San Basilio Contigo
04 :06
23
Morena y Clara Ya No Te Guardo Rencor
02 :41
24
Alicia Granados No Soy un Guarismo
02 :13
25
Los Cenits Más Que Nada
02 :44
26 02 :10
27
Los Unísonos Decídete
02 :13
28
Elia Fleta Tu Vida Cambió
02 :53
ARTIST
TITLE
Chicas Vol. 2: Spanish Female Singers 1963-1978
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
VAMPI 162CD VAMPI 162CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
4/28/2015

"Much of the music made by Spanish women in past decades didn't reach its potential audience. Too much. For varied reasons, the more personal and daring work couldn't break the barriers imposed by a society with a narrow and prudish view of what a woman's role should be. This second volume of ¡Chicas! must disprove again the lie that says that in the '60s and first half of the '70s, Spanish female artists hardly sang anything but ye-yé, singer-songwriter, copla, or romantic songs. Despite all the social determinants and repressive archetypes which stigmatized anyone who left the queue, the most courageous women began their paths in new music roles which they immediately considered their own... Whether it was as solo artists or as part of a band, along with men or other women, the real turning point for our more groundbreaking pop female singers at the time was their ability to associate. Suddenly, breaking the isolation that until then considered them mere instruments in the hands of men, those daring girls got involved in ambitious projects and tried to do it by themselves, obtaining a normality denied until then. Exquisite experiences of select avant-garde, brave examples of groove and funk or adventures in '70s rock; of course, there were also incursions in twist, bossa, ska, soul, or the emerging gipsy rock trend... The tracks featured here are the proofs of this wonder, and the line-up of female artists that make this record possible -- many of them sadly unknown or forgotten until now -- are the wonderful and still relevant cast of this story" --Vicente Fabuel. Many of these tracks, originally released between 1963 and 1978, are reissued here for the first time, including very hard-to-find records. CD and double LP include extensive liner notes by Vincente Fabuel featuring all of the original record sleeves and artist photos. Includes tracks by Claudya Con Ramón y Sus Showmen, Donna Hightower, Claudine Coppin, Blanca Aurora, Ana Kiro, Marina, Elsa Baeza, Antón García Abril, Edda Dell'Orso, La Nueva Generación, Elia y Elizabeth, Satin Bells, Karina Con los Jaguars, Rocío Durcal, Sola, Las Trillizas de Oro, Bárbara, Los Quandos, Los Jolly's, Anabella y los Platinos, The Zara's, La Llave 3, Paloma San Basilio, Morena y Clara, Alicia Granados, Los Cenits, Las Chic, Los Unísonos, and Elia Fleta.