Julio Numhauser

Real Name:
Julio Numhauser Navarro
Chilean musician (b. 1940), one of the three founders of Quilapayún in 1965. He left the band in 1967, and in 1967 founded "Amerindios" with Julio Salazar, a jazz musician. Artistic director on IRT (2) label in the first 70s. In 1973 his song "Mi Río", sung by Charo Cofré, won Festival de Viña del Mar contest. That same year he exiled in Sweden after Pinochet's coup d'etat.


* "Quilapayún" (1967), with Quilapayún
* "Amerindios" (1970), with Amerindios
* "Tu Grito Es Mi Canto" (1973), with Amerindios
* "Alejado De Tí... Pero Contigo" (1978), with Amerindios
* "Todo Cambia" (1982)
* "Somos PAX" (1984?)
* "A Chile Con Todo El Amor" (1989)
* "Nuevos Caminos" (1997)
* "Antología" (2001)
* "Nueva Canción Chilena - Antología definitiva" (2003), colective album.
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Singles & EPs

0141-89 Julio Numhauser - Utopía  album art Julio Numhauser Utopía (7", Single) CBS 0141-89 Colombia 1989 Sell This Version