HISTORY OF THE BAND THE BLUE CAPS

Blue Caps
Blue Caps
Blue Caps EMI ODEON
Blue Caps EMI ODEON
Blue Caps Live
Blue Caps Live
Blue Caps Live
Blue Caps Live
Blue Caps
Blue Caps
Blue Caps - Walking
Blue Caps - Walking
Blue Caps Group
Blue Caps Group
Blue Caps EMI ODEON Postcard
Blue Caps EMI ODEON Postcard

The Blue Caps is a Paraguayan musical group that was active from 1965 until 1978 with the following members: Rudy Heyn (Keyboards), Panchi López Moreira (Base), Carlos Gómez Solalinde (2nd Guitar), Oscar Martínez P.(Drums), later replaced by Kuki Caggia, Rolando Percy (Vocalist), and the first guitarist and band leader, Aníbal Riveros.

Blue Caps performed for four years in the best clubs of Asuncion, like the Deportivo Sajonia club, Centenario, Mbigua, and others. Later they departed for the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires in the year 1969 with the dream of conquering the great South American market.

Déjame Mirate
Déjame Mirate
Cuando te Miro
Cuando te Miro
Sensacional Eres Tu
Sensacional Eres Tu
Sensacional Eres Tu Venezuela Version
Sensacional Eres Tu Venezuela Version
Volverás mi Amor
Volverás mi Amor
Quince Días
Quince Días

At first they were contracted by the renowned record label of Argentina, EMI ODEON, where they recorded their first LP (Long Play) record, titled Déjame Mirate, this material contained all compositions by band themselves since that was the requirement of the recording company. Two hits such as: "Recién Ayer" y "Déjame Mirarte" marked the entry into the great artistic market, performing in the best places in the capital of Argentina, similarly in all the principal cities of the interior of that country like: Mar de Plata, Córdoba, Rosario, Santa Fe, Tucumán, Mendoza, Salta, and others.

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PRONTO TE ARREPENTIRAS

Due to the great number of records sold in Buenos Aires and the principal cities, the recording company decided in 1970 to record the second record titled Cuando te Miro. As little as one year after the arrival of the group in Argentina, Blue Caps have already recorded two albums with such success that made this group the top in sales and rankings in the primary radios of the country. It is also worth mentioning that from the second record Roland Percy withdrew from the band and was replaced by an Argentine vocalist, Sasha Bravo. That same year the group decided to relocate to Buenos Aires to fulfill various contracts for recordings and performances obtained through their representative, Natalio Pavonni, who was appointed by ODEON POPS.

Al Paraguay Desde Argentina
Al Paraguay Desde Argentina
Al Paraguay Desde Argentina
Al Paraguay Desde Argentina
Quince Días
Quince Días
Quince Días
Quince Días

In 1971, they recorded their third album title Sensacional Eres Tu. With the results of these three records a new international market opened-up in countries such as VENEZUELA, CHILE, ECUADOR, URUGUAY, PANAMA, including a series of concerts realized in Paraguay. These materials were edited in all these countries accompanied by the large concerts performed by the group.

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SENSECIONAL ERES TU

One year later in 1972, the fourth record, Volverás mi Amor, Yo te Esperare, was launched, the record represented the greatest success of Blue Caps, at same time propelled a new tour through more than 10 Central-American countries. In the 1973, the group decided to cancel their contract with EMI ODEON, to switch to another important company, RCA Victor. The same year they recorded their fifth record titled Quince Días, demonstrating in this manner the continued success of this band.

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VOLVERAS MI AMOR YO TE ESPERARE

Later in 1978, the entire group decided to return to Paraguay and close in this manner a brilliant career that from a dream became a great reality, in this way writing a great history within Paraguayan and Argentinean POP.

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