Los Beatniks

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Los Beatniks
Were formed as a band in the summer of 1966 , in Villa Gesell ( Argentina ) , starting to play at the local " Juan Sebastián Bar " owned by Mauricio Birabent . "Rebelde" was a theme composed together Zaguri Moris and Pajarito .
To spread the disk group has scheduled a series of scandalous actions , which included a series of photos naked in a fountain, which were later published on the cover of tabloid magazine So . The edition was censored by the military dictatorship ruling ( the president was Gen. Juan Carlos Onganía ) and musicians were imprisoned for three days. Anyway, the album had little success , reaching only sell 200 copies. Another detail was that came to market your Rebel song about a truck through the streets of Buenos Aires , until even was recorded on an amateur video.
Soon after, by the lack of attention they received, the group disbanded and there Manal and groups like La Barra de Chocolate arise . In the same year , Moris starts his solo career.

Moris (guitarra y voz)
Pajarito Zaguri (guitarra y voz)
Javier Martínez (batería)
Jorge Navarro (teclados)
Antonio Pérez Estévez (bajo)
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Singles & EPs

21.574 Los Beatniks - Rebelde album art Los Beatniks Rebelde (Single) CBS 21.574 Argentina 1966 Sell This Version