Spanish funk-rock group.
Members: Fernando Arbex, Ernesto Duarte, Jr., Miguel Morales, Ricky Morales, Iñaki Egaña, Juan Vidal, José Luis Tejada.

Barrabas was a Spanish group formed in the early '70s by former Los Brincos leader Fernando Arbex. At its formation, Barrabas was a six-piece including Tito Duarte, Miguel Morales, Ricky Morales, Ignacio Egana, and Joao Vidal. (Members changed occasionally; the most significant change occurred when vocalist Jose Luis Tejada was added to the lineup.) The Madrid-based group was equally influenced by funk and psychedelic, and Latin rock. Throughout their career, they flirted with jazz-funk and disco; a handful of singles become club favorites in several countries. After a self-titled 1977 album, the group disbanded. Arbex resurrected the group in the early '80s with a slightly revamped lineup.

Membres:Armando Pelayo, Daniel Louis, Fernando Arbex, Iñaki Egaña, Jesús Gordaliza, Jorge Eduardo Maning, José Luis Tejada, José Maria Moll, Juan Vidal, Miguel Morales, Ricky Morales, Tito Duarte
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