Los Bravos - Rarities album flac
Style: Garage Rock
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Los Bravos were a Spanish beat group, formed in 1965 and based in Madrid. Their single "Black Is Black" reached No. 2 in the United Kingdom in July 1966 and No. 4 in the United States (the first Spanish group to do so), selling over a million records. The band was an amalgamation of two pop groups, Los Sonor from Madrid and The Runaways from Mallorca. Los Bravos' lead singer, Mike Kogel, was from Germany. His vocal styling was sometimes likened to Gene Pitney's
Los Bravos - Ilustrisimos Bravos CD2 (1969). Songs in album Los Bravos - Ilustrisimos Bravos CD2 (1969).
More albums from Los Bravos: Bring A Little Lovin’ by Los Bravos. Gelukkig Zijn by Los Bravos. Los Chicos Con Las Chicas by Los Bravos. Los Bravos by Los Bravos. Las Canciones De La Película Dame Un Poco De Amor (Bring A Little Lovin’) by Los Bravos. Ilustrisimos Bravos by Los Bravos. Black Is Black by Los Bravos. View all albums . Los Bravos.
Simply The Best 60's Album. 2017 two CD set. Spanish Beat band Los Bravos shot to fame in 1966 with the Motown-styled blue-eyed soul classic 'Black Is Black', which was a huge hit across the world ( 2 in the UK and 4 in the States), selling over a million copies. This success prompted a prolific output of singles and albums from the Madrid-based band, some of them issued on Decca in the UK but many more restricted to domestic release in their native Spain on Columbia.
Album Name Los Bravos. Labels Columbia Records RCA Records. Members owning this album1. 3. Make It Easy for Me.
Saturday, March 23, 2019. Los Bravos - Bring a Little Lovin'. It was the summer of 1966, the British Invasion was dying down, and American teenagers were getting together in their garages and fighting back. So begin the liner notes for the 2000 reissue of Spain's Los Bravos' Bring a Little Lovin', produced by Ed Strait and the crew at Retroactive Records. The notes continue to tell how German-born lead singer Mike Kogel (ex-Mike & the Runaways) met members of a Spanish group Los Sonor. When their July 1968 Bring a Little Lovin' album was issued, it actually featured five songs from their second . release, and five from their third (which had remained unreleased in England). London's Parrot Records subsidiary label - home to a legendary roster of groundbreaking pop acts, including Tom Jones, the Troggs, and the Walker Brothers - failed to follow up with a second single for nearly a year.
|4||Don't Be Left Out In The Cold|
|5||Every Dog Has Its Day|
|7||Uno Come Noi|
|8||Play With Fire (And You'll Get Burned)|
|9||She's My Girl|
|10||Come When I Call|
|11||Better Be You, Better Than Me|
|12||Like She Feels Tonight|
|13||Just Holding On|
|15||Will You Always Love Me|
|16||I'm Wearing A Smile|
|17||Baby I Love You Because I Need You|
|18||Caminos Del Ayer|
|19||Like Nobody Else|
|23||Make It Easy For Me|
|24||She Believes In Me|
|25||Give Me A Chance|
|26||Two Kinds Of Lovers|
|27||You Won't Get Far|
|28||I'll See You Through|
|29||Then The Sun Goes Down|
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