Los Gatos Salvajes" (1965) was the first album of argentinian beat music to include most of the tracks composed and sang in Spanish. Two of its founders, Litto Nebbia y Ciro Fogliatta, would found Los Gatos. Los Gatos Salvajes - Grabaciones Originales de 1965 (CD, Comp). 1965, 40 Años De Rock De Autor En Castellano, 2005 (Comp).
Los Gatos Salvajes, from Rosario, Santa Fe in Argentina, were a beat and garage rock band active in the early to mid-1960s, following which members Litto Nebbia and Ciro Fogliatta would go on to form the later, more successful group, Los Gatos. They were one of Argentina's first teenage rock & roll bands, and part of the popular worldwide beat movement inspired by the success of the Beatles and the British Invasion.
Los Gatos Salvajes were Argentina's first authentic teenage rock & roll band, five young men from Buenos Aires who took the sound that was sweeping America and the United Kingdom and put their own homegrown spin on it, winning a significant local following in the process. The band got its start in . .
Los Gatos Salvajes (which translates as "The Wild Cats") are generally cited as Argentina's first great beat-era group, playing solid, bluesy garage rock at a time when the scene was hopping in America and the United Kingdom but scarcely existed in Latin America.
Their album "Los Gatos Salvajes" (1965), it's the first to include most of the tracks composed and sang in Spanish. Two of its founders, Litto Nebbia y Ciro Fogliatta, would found, the first band from rock nacional argentino.
Acortaron el nombre por el de Los Gatos, y despues de lanzar dos discos sencillos, desaparecieron para volver en el concierto Hasta luego, cocodrilo, organizado en Barcelona en 1978, junto con los Sirex, Mustang y Salvajes. 1. Los Gatos Negros - La Den Da Da (2:00). 2. Los Gatos Negros - Cadilac (2:48). 19. Los Gatos Negros - Memphis Tennessee (2:33). 20. Los Gatos Negros - He Nacido Pot Ti (2:40). 21. Los Gatos Negros - The Recuedro (2:22). 22. Los Gatos Negros - Ven Johnny Ven (2:44). 23. Los Gatos Negros - No Debi Besarte Nunca (2:37). 24. Los Gatos Negros - La Tierra De Las Mil Danzas (3:15). 26. 26 - The Esperaba.
Los Gatos Salvajes in 1965. Background information. As their popularity increased, Los Gatos Salvajes eventually re-located to Buenos Aires, and made a strong impression through a series of television appearances through which they were able to appeal to young rock fans in the metropolis. Their popularity on TV led to a record deal. After several singles, Los Gatos Salvajes released their first (and only) LP, the self-titled Los Gatos Salvajes in 1965. Sales for the album were disappointing due to poor promotion by the label, which was financially struggling.