Album Gallery and Collectors information of Pop Music vinyl records released during the 1960-1980s with bandnames starting with the letter "L" .
|Label & Catalogno||Band/Performers - Album Title||Year||Country|
La Lupe (Guadalupe Yoli)
||La Lupe (Guadalupe Yoli) - La Lupe es la Reina, La Lupe The Queen|
Too Hot TSR-420102
|Too Hot - Le Foxxe . Too Hot was a record label from TSR Mixers (1984-1985), Too Hot has released four albums with sexy covers: Raphael/Saylem, Le Foxxe, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Aleem||1984-1985||Germany|
Lisandro Meza played an important role in the evolution of Cumbia, the traditional big band dance music of Colombia. A master of vallenato sabanero, an accordion-driven style of music that originated in Mexico, Meza forged a sound that has been described as "a cross between rural Dominican merengue, Louisiana zydeco, and Tex-Mex norteño." Meza initially attracted attention as a founding member of Los Corraleros de Majagual. One of Colombia's most popular bands in the 1960s, the group served as the breeding ground for such influential artists as Fruko, the "Godfather of Salsa." Leaving Los Corraleros De Majagual to focus on a solo career, Meza has continued to influence the music of Colombia and Latin America. His hits include the drinking songs, "El Guayabo de la Ye (The Hangover of the Year)" and "La Botella Picomoche"
|LISANDRO MEZA - Mi Carrito||1985||Colombia|
Europa Records E 307
||Love is Blue Psychedelic Sexy Nudity||Germany|
|NEW ROSE Records Rose 103
Lyres (sometimes miscredited as The Lyres) are a Boston-area alternative rock musical group led by Jeff "Monoman" Conolly. Lyres were founded in 1979 following the breakup of DMZ. Their most popular songs included "What A Girl Can't Do" and "Help You Ann". The original lineup of the band featured Rick Coraccio(bass),Ricky Carmel (guitar), and Paul Murphy (drums).