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¿Dónde Estabas Tu en los 70?

Daniel Diges

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The second release by Daniel Diges, better known as a TV and musical theater actor, finds the young Spanish crooner performing hits from the 1970s, all dressed up in exultant uptempo arrangements with plenty of horns and disco flavorings. All in all, it amounts to little more than glorified karaoke. Songs include popular Spanish favorites from the period such as Camilo Sesto's "Algo de Mí," José José's "Gavilán o Paloma," Los Pop-Tops's "Mamy Blue," Miguel Gallardo's "Hoy Tengo Ganas de Ti," Micky's "El Chico de la Armónica," and — somewhat incongruously — the Beatles' "Help," modeled after the Spanish version by Tony Roland. A digital edition adds three tracks.

Biography

Born: 17 January 1981 in Madrid, Spain

Genre: Pop in Spanish

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Chosen to represent Spain at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Algo Pequeñito," Daniel Diges is a Spanish pop singer who made his Top Ten hit eponymous album debut around the same time. Born Daniel Diges García on January 17, 1981, in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, Spain, he began his professional career as a television actor. His first major role, and perhaps his most memorable, was the character Gato in the teen-oriented telenovela Nada Es Para Siempre, which aired from 1999 to 2000 on...
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