Friday, March 24, 2006

Spanish yé-yé

Here's some of my favorite Spanish yé-yé girls. Im buying some rare Karina LP's from eBay too. Look forward!

Born: August 2, 1947, Madrid, Spain. At a young age, she decided to become singer, actress, songwriter and do other stuff related to show business.
Massiel - Roses en el mar (1967) The turning point of her career was in April 6, 1968 when Massiel won the Eurovision Song Contest in London, England with a song titled "La, la, la" written by Ramón Arcusa and Manuel de la Calva. Credit: the yé yé girls website.

Massiel - La La La (1968)

Born: February 4, 1948, Málaga, Spain. She was discovered by her future producer Manuel J. Goyanes in an exhibition of the "Coros y Danzas de Málaga" in TVE in 1959. Her debut in cinema was in 1960. She complemented her activity in cinema with records, recitals and TV-shows. She has retired from performing and is now a social and humanitarian activist. Credit:

Marisol - Tómbola (1962)


Anonymous said...

OMG - i just luuuuuuv spanish yeye.

Thank you sooo much, you just saved my day.

Bruno said...

Love the Marisol track!