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Various - ¡Chicas! Spanish Female Singers 1962/1974 album download
Performer: Various
Title: ¡Chicas! Spanish Female Singers 1962/1974
Country: Spain
Genre: Rock / Latin / Soul / Funk / Pop
Style:Rock & Roll, Chanson, Garage Rock, Beat, Soul, Rhythm & Blues
Released: 2011
MP3 album szie: 1822 mb
FLAC album size: 1808 mb

Spanish Female Singers 1962-1974. Label: Vampi Soul ‎– VAMPI 130. Series: ¡Chicas! – Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Compilation. There is a lot of great stuff to chose from for an album with a title like this. Unfortunately, the track selection is really poor. For some strange reason the compilers decided to include many artists who aren't Spanish at all (Los Tíos Queridos, Los Shakers, Fresia Soto, Tania Velia, Los 3 Sudamericanos). Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful.

Chicas! Spanish Female Singers 1962-1974. Spanish Female Singers 1962-1974. Vampi Soul VAMPICD 130. CD. 2011. Chicas! Spanish Female Singers 1962-1974. Vampi Soul VAMPI 130LP.

Artist: VA Title Of Album: ¡Chicas! ~ Spanish Female Singers Year Of Release: 1962-1974/2011 Label: Vampi Soul Genre: Beat, Pop, Twist, Rhythm'n'Blues, Rock'n'Roll, Ye-Yé, Garage Rock, Soul, Psychedelic Pop Quality: Flac (artworks+. From the early 60s and a difficult political and social context, Spanish female singers - and those who moved to Spain- disregarded conventions and overcame all barriers to be part of a music movement that shook the Spanish society of the period. For a while now, various compilations have been released in Spain documenting styles, scenes and artists belonging to such happening decades (creatively speaking) as the 50s, 60s and 70s, and nevertheless, there hasn't been one featuring only female contributions to the cause.

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Between the mid ‘60s and mid ‘70s, Spain saw an explosion of girl-pop, records made by female singers that used mainstream pop styles sometimes mixed with traditional Spanish music. It was music that expressed hope and optimism at the height of the repressive Franco regime, and it demonstrates just how much buoyancy lurked underneath the surface during that brutal time. Chicas compiles 24 tracks of this music. While it’s uneven, as compilations of this type tend to be, it’s definitely worth hearing

One admirable Spanish characteristic was to back girl singers with garage bands so Marisol’s ‘Johnny’ has a feverish garage-pop sound while the brilliant ‘Sola Estoy’ by Lorella con Los Shakers sounds exactly like the kind of great garage-soul that Greg Cartwright started producing two decades later in Memphis.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Margarita Sierra Cha Cha Twist
Written By – Fayne, PaladinoWritten-By – Bowen*
2 Pili Y Mili Un Chico Moderno
Written-By – Nacho Méndez
3 Marisa Medina No Te Acuerdas De Mí
Written-By – A C Santisteban*, M Media*
4 Los Stop Extiende Tus Brazos
Written-By – B Holland, L Dozier, E Holland*
5 Ellas Llovió
Written-By – A C Santisteban*, Ruiz Venegas*
6 Los Que Vivimos Contrapunto
Written-By – Pablo González De Amezua
7 Sonia Aquí En Mi Nube
Written-By – Jagger, Richards*, Salina*
8 Marisol Johnny
Written-By – A Waitzman*, Fernando Arbex
9 Alicia Granados Batiendo Palmas
Written-By – G Mengozzi*, J Córcega*, M Presley, P Cour*
10 Mirla* Déjame En Paz
Written-By – Manuel Alejandro
11 Lorella Con Los Shakers Sola Estoy
Written-By – Dolores Ostiz*
12 Los Hippy-Loyas Love, Love, Love
Written-By – A Waitzman*, S Le Brocq*
13 Vainica Doble La Máquina Infernal
Written-By – Mari Carmen Santonja*, Gloria Van Aerssen
14 Los Tíos Queridos Por Eso Vuelve, Por Favor
Written-By – Joe Borsani, José Rossino
15 Fresia Soto Desencadena Mi Corazón
Written-By – Jones*, James*
16 Marisel Mi Baby
Written-By – Ernesto Vázquez*
17 Encarnita Polo Hava Naguila
Written-By – A Z Idelsohn*
18 Marta Baizán Te Veré En Septiembre
Written-By – S Edwards*, Sid Wayne
19 Laura Casale The More I See You
Written-By – H Warren*, M Gordon*
20 Tania Velia Los Pepinillos
Written-By – J Booker*, J Valdés*
21 Gelu Y… Y…
Written-By – Bernard Kesslair, Jacques Chaumelle
22 Las Chic Cerca De Ti
Written-By – A Guijarro*, A Algueró*
23 Los 3 Sudamericanos Yeh Yeh
Written-By – Hendricks*, Patrick*, Grant*
24 Lia Uyá* Mientes
Written-By – R Ballard*


  • Artwork – La Camorra*
  • Compiled By, Liner Notes – Vicente Fabuel
  • Mastered By – Luis Martínez


This compialtion ℗ and © 2011 Distrolux, SL
With thanks to Eloy Gala for his help. Sleeves and photographs courtesy of Vicente Fabuel, Eloy Gala and Distrolux, SL.

Digipak with a 36-page booklet of liner notes in Spanish and English and photographs.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 435008 862381

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VAMPI 130 Various ¡Chicas! Spanish Female Singers 1962-1974 ‎(2xLP, Comp) Vampi Soul VAMPI 130 Spain 2011