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Grammy Nominated LP for Best Mexican/American Recording

This was the second production effort for Los Diablos by Gary Mason (Big Daddy G.) which resulted in the first Grammy nomination for Los Diablos. (Mason went on the help create what is known today as Reggaeton with the multi platinum hit "El Meneaito.") The fact that they released the original analog recording without digital modification should be commended. It sounds exactly like the vinyl LP released in 1987 (I have it, so I can say that). This album includes the original duet with Manoella Torres of No Me Mires Asi (Billboard Top 20 Hit), and a great assortment of Los Diablos original tunes. Once again Steve Foreman delivers some great percussion and Jorge Bermudez delivers some slammin Conga's. Cudo's to all the folks involved in the recording. The vocal duties were divided between founding Diablos member Rudy Arenas and Balladeer Eric Rodriquez. This was certainly a better time for the California Group known as Los Diablos.

Los Diablos

This is a top notch record, especially "Te Ame" & "Que Sucede", downloaded both. These are awesome jams. Around this time, they had about 3 original members from their original 6 members, headed by Rudy Arenas, younger brother of the Arenas brothers: Miguel Angel (main man), Hector (head singer of the 70's, passed away) and Felipe. This group initially started in early 70s, could be 1970 from Durango. Los Diablos get confused with another group called Los Diablos Rojos (Los Diablos) from Spain. Los Diablos from Durango Mexico really played absolute killer jams. Check out their other hits from the 70s. They played cumbias, rancheras, baladas, romanticas, - everything, they had a unique style. Their original singer: Hector, boy, he could sing awesome, too bad he passed away in a car accident or heart attack inside his car.

Liked Reviews

I like the review by Robert Joseph and the review by Sil :-). They were very informative for me. I was not born during the Los Diablos hey day so to speak, but my in-laws were big fans, and they told me that many 'Latinas" met their husbands to be at Los Diablos dances. Interesting Cultural Phenom. I did check on the internet, and this album was in fact nominated for a Grammy as "Best Mexican/American Performance." The album cover reminds me alot of a Beatles cover I have. I am not very clear as to the significance of Durango and Los Diablos. Los Diablos was well known in the U.S., and all its members lived or live in the U.S. The group never meant much in Mexico according to my cousin, and one founding member was from either El Salvador or Guatemala. What is the significance of Durango? In any case, I liked the album.


Genre: Latino

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

From Detroit, Michigan, USA, the original members of this vocal group were lead Nolan Strong (b. 22 January 1934, Scottsboro, Alabama, USA, d. 21 February 1977), tenor Juan Guitierriez, baritone Willie Hunter, bass Quentin Eubanks, and guitarist Bob ‘Chico’ Edwards. The Diablos, with the Clyde McPhatter -sounding high tenor lead of Strong, created a body of music that had only minor success on the charts; nevertheless, they became one of the most renowned and beloved of all 50s groups among doo-wop...
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