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Recording between 1962 and 1967, los Zafiros (translated as "the Sapphires") gained relative fame in Cuba and in Europe, once performing a live show in Paris with the Beatles in attendance. Their singing is classic doo wop; Ignacio Elejaide's tenor leads and the competent vocals of Miguel Cancio, Leoncio "Kike" Morua, and Eduardo Elio Hernandez follow. Manuel Galban's minimal guitar and piano accompaniment gives the music much of its distinctly Cuban element. But beyond their music, los Zafiros are interesting to hear for historical reasons . Hermosa Habana followed in early 2001.
from the album Eviva Samantha. While Spanish-sounding, the original song title (and chorus line) "Eviva España" does not make sense in Spanish. Although "España" is the correct name of the country in Spanish, there is no such word as "Eviva". The phrase "Que viva España" would have translated to "Long Live Spain", and is probably the meaning that the () authors were aiming for. It is not known whether the misspelling was a mistake, or just intended for alliteration.
Complimenting Orfeon's equally impressive Hermosa Habana collection, this los Zafiros disc on the World Circuit label rounds up 17 of the Cuban group's finest cuts. Wowing crowds in Havana and Europe, los Zafiros remained in the spotlight between 1963-1967 thanks to an infectious and ingenuous blend of American doo wop and such tropical specialties as bossa nova, calypso, and mambo.
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Los Zafiros (The Sapphires) were a Cuban close-harmony vocal group working from 1961 until 1970. The group was part of the filín (feeling) movement, inspired by American doo-wop groups such as The Platters. Their music was a fusion of Cuban genres, such as the bolero, with doo-wop, ballads, R&B, calypso, Bossa Nova and early rock and roll.
Los Zafiros has been played on NTS shows including Como La Flor w/ Jazmin, with Mi Amor Perdoname first played on 16 May 2017. Los Zafiros (The Sapphires) were a Cuban close-harmony vocal group working from 1961–1970. Their music was a fusion of Cuban genres, such as the bolero, with doo-wop, ballads, R&B, calypso, Bossa Nova and rock. Los Zafiros were formed in Cayo Hueso, Havana in 1961, by Néstor Milí Bustillo, with the members
LOS ZAFIROS - Y Deja. Los Zafiros-Herido de Sombras.