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The Pop Tops Free Music

The Pop Tops

Effective period / Period of releases: 1967 - 1978

Members: Ray Gomez, Phil Trim, Rafael Guillermo, Luis Fierro, Tony Obrador, Alberto Vega López, Julián Luis Angulo, Paco Urbano

Spanish vocal band. Founded in 1961 by:
Phil Trim (vocals), José Lipiani (drums), Alberto Vega López (sax-clarinet), Ignacio Pérez Romero (organ), Julián Luis Angulo (Luis Fierro, guitar & occasional singer) & Enrique Gómez Molina (bass-trumpet). Later Ignacio was substituted by Rafael Guillermo and José Lupiani by Francisco Urbano Romero.

In 1968 they had a big hit with "The voice of the dying man", dedicated to Martin L. King, and "Oh lord, why lord". Their biggest hit was "Mamy Blue", in 1971.

External Pages

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pop-Tops

lafonoteca.net/grupos/pop-tops/