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Los Diablos Azules - 16 Exitos

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Los Diablos Azules - 16 Exitos
1. 96 Lagrimas
2. Bailamos Gracias
3. Buscame Y Me Encontraras
4. Deja Eso Ya
5. El Bueno, El Malo Y El Feo
6. Jugando En La Playa
7. Mi Chica Sloopy
8. Oye Muchachita
9. Pelota De Goma Roja
10. Salgamos A Pasear
11. Scarlett O'Hara
12. Sol De Invierno
13. Tres Son Multitud
14. Un Poco De Accion
15. Unico Camino
16. Yo Fui Asistente Del Kaiser
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Los Diablos Azules (later Los Angeles Negros) were a Chilean band formed in 1963 by guitarists Rigo Ragon and Hugo Matus and drummer Lucho Ortiz. They started as a backing band for Pat Henry - "the Chilean Bill Haley." Hiis career highlights included "Era un muchacho como yo que queria ser Beatle o Rolling Stone" (1967) "The Sounds of Silence" (1969) and I was assistant Kayser (1967) released on Odeon. In 1965 Pat Henry recorded first album with The Blue Devils - a mixture of originals and covers of hits in English.

In 1966 they released Te Quiero / Jugando en la playa perhaps the most famous Chilean instrumental single, and in 1967 with the Buscados LP the band established themselves as completely instrumental. Instrumental music fan shall discover how surprisingly similar this album is to Where the Action Is by The Ventures.

The hits were collected in the LP Pat Henry y Los Diablos Azules (1969), the same year the band went to a long tour of Central and South America that ended in Mexico in 1969. The following year Pat Henry started singing with Los Carr Twins (the duo of brothers Carrasco), but Los Diablos Azules continued as a group until the mid-70s.
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