Los Young Beats ‎– The Exciting Sound Of Los Young Beats

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Break-A-Way Records ‎– BREAK 012
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A1 Los Young Beats Baby Please Don't Go
A2 Los Young Beats Money
A3 Los Young Beats The Times They Are A-Changing
A4 Los Young Beats Gloria
A5 Los Young Beats Hearts Of Stone
A6 Los Young Beats Hang On Sloopy
A7 Los Young Beats You Better Move On
A8 Los Young Beats Not Fade Away
B1 Los Young Beats You Really Got Me
B2 Los Young Beats As Tears Go By
B3 Los Young Beats For Your Love
B4 The Time Machine (3) Train Kept A Rollin'
B5 The Time Machine (3) Just Like A Woman
B6 The Time Machine (3) Fire
B7 The Time Machine (3) Your Love Is Driftin'

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February 21, 2018
- CD version of incredibly rare Columbian 1966 Garagealbum
- honoured with five circles in Pokoras „1001 RC Dream Book“
- Comes w/ 1967 bonus cuts by the Time Machine, another Colombian band growing out
of the ashes of the Young Beats.
- Complete new Artwork w/eight page booklet, rare pics and band history told by
original drummer Roberto Fiorilli

In November 1966, five young men entered the Suramericana de Grabaciones Studios in Bogotà, Colombia. The name of their band was Los Young Beats and they were about to record their “Tiempos, ellos estan cambiando” (The Times They Were a-Changing) LP. “They wanted us to record the usual hits of the day,” remembers Roberto Fiorilli, the group’s drummer, “but we had our own ideas. Our favourite bands were the Rolling Stones, the Animals, Them and the Small Faces, and we wanted to play THEIR songs.” And so they did. Today this album is one of the rarest and most sought-after collectors’ items from the South American sixties beat scene. On this platter the band’s recordings are available again, along with four bonus cuts by the Time Machine, another Colombian band Roberto played with. Finally, nearly four decades later, the entire collector-world can enjoy the exciting 1966 sound of Los Young Beats on Break-A-Way Records.