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Los Canarios
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Los Canarios (sometimes just Canarios) was a Spanish progressive-rock band from the 70s, led by Teddy Bautista from its formation in 1964. Over the course of its existence, there were many personnel changes, and a band called Alcatraz was formed by former Canarios members (not the German Alcatraz, but a more pop-oriented Spanish band).
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(Ariola 74321 17814 2, 1974/1991, CD)

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