Sexy Sadie was a Spanish pop rock group from the island of Majorca. They sing in English. They have released five full albums, plus one album of cover songs, one of rare tracks, and one of remixes. Their name is inspired by The Beatles’ song Sexy Sadie from their 1968 album The Beatles (also called “The White Album”).
Archive for January, 2009
Tess was a Spanish Pop band. Originally the group was formed by members Elsa Pinilla, Laura Pinto and Ãšrsula SebastiÃ¡n. However in 2002 Ãšrsula left the band soon afterwards, originally saying that she wished to release her own album. Rosa LÃ³pez-Francos was announced as Ãšrsula’s replacement, and the trio released two more studio albums. End 2004-Mid 2005 they announced their official split, instead pursuing solo careers in music and cinema.
Los Pop Tops were a vocal/instrumental band formed in 1967 in Madrid, Spain and consisting of JosÃ© Lipiani, Alberto Vega, Ignacio PÃ©rez, JuliÃ¡n Luis Angulo, Enrique GÃ³mez, Ray GÃ³mez plus lead singer Phil Trim (born January 5, 1940, Trinidad and Tobago). They are best known for their 1971 hit Mamy Blue, referring to a son’s poignant song addressed to his departed mother about his childhood memories and life in general, which was a Top 10 hit throughout much of Europe, Japan and Canada and a minor Billboard Hot 100 chart hit in the United States as well. Enjoy the video of Mamy Blue below.