Los Darlings De Huanuco, Singles From 1970 - 1980

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Genre: LATIN
Format: 1 LP
Date de parution: 2023


1. Recordando un amor 03:51

2. Marihuana 03:01

3. A los filos del cuchillo 02:39

4. El solitario 03:18

5. Los Darlings de Huánuco 02:47

6. Muchachita 02:57

7. Lobos al escape 02:36

8. El preso Nº 9 02:17

9. El bailador 02:29

10. Cumbia de Los Darling 02:06

11. A la montaña me iré 02:44

12. Sentimiento Andino 02:56


Juan Nájera was a multifaceted musician by profession, and he did not always have the privilege of being able to dedicate his life to music. For almost ten years he ran a family hardware store in Huánuco and then a mechanic shop on La Marina Avenue in Lima. He was also a truck driver. A decade of military dictatorships in Latin America made the artist's path very hard in the region, and Peru was no exception. Nájera was only nineteen when his first son was born. He had to make a living and the possibilities for entrepreneurship were slim. But if we go back in history, Juan Nájera was, first and foremost, a boy who dreamed of becoming a musician. Later, he was a boy who made it. Los Darlings de Huánuco managed to cross borders, not only in the capital of Peru, but also abroad. There are many collectors and music lovers around the world who seek and appreciate their songs, musical gems that have toured different latitudes and have managed to position this band from the Peruvian countryside in the most remote places on the planet. In a country characterized by its centralism, where opportunities in the countryside are much scarcer than in the capital, where the foreigner is greeted with more warmth than the local, and where getting ahead, especially in the musical field, implies an extraordinary effort, Los Darlings de Huánuco managed to take their sound to where they never thought it would be possible. From the Andes to the skyscrapers, from the heart of Huánuco to the immensity of other continents.