Pedro Ruy-Blas

Pedro Ample Candel

Also known as P. Ruy Blas, P. Ruy-Blas, Pedro Rui Blas, Pedro Ruy Blas
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Discography of Pedro Ruy-Blas:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 A Los Que Hirió El Amor 2 Audio 1970 Poplandia
2 Membrillo / El Jaleo 4 Audio Not On Label
3 Sus Mejores Grabaciones Para Discos Polydor (1973-1976) 25 Audio 1999 Rama Lama Music
4 Dolores 7 Audio 1976 Polydor
5 Dolores 7 Audio Treasure Trove Records
6 Luna Llena 8 Audio 1975 Polydor
7 Déjame A Mi Aire / Lina 2 Audio 1975 Polydor
8 El Joven Pastor 2 Audio 1974 Explosión
9 Mi Voz Es Amor 2 Audio 1971 Poplandia
10 Amor Amor / Que Fue De Mis Amigos 2 Audio 1971 Poplandia
11 Madre Ciudad 7 Audio 1984 Nuevos Medios
12 El Americano 12 Audio 2014
13 A Los Que Hirio El Amor 10 Audio 1977 Caudal

Spanish songwriter and singer. He started in "Los Canarios" in 1968 replacing Teddy Bautista, and later as solo he got some success with the Pop single "A los que hirió el amor" (no. 1 in Spain in 1970). He founded the jazz band "Dolores" in 1977. Colaboration with Flamenco Guitarrist Paco de Lucía. Pedro plays Judas Iscariote in Spanish production of J.C. Superstar in 1984. 546 performances as Jean Valjean in Madrid-Les Miserables, 1992. He play the role of Francisco de Goya on Spanish Musical "La Maja De Goya" in 1996. Old Deuteronomy in Spanish producction of "Cats" in 2005.

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