Los Speakers

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Los Speakers
Also known as The Speakers, The Columbian beatles
Origin Bogota, Colombia
Genres Rock, psychedelic rock
Years active 1963–1969
Labels Sello Vergara
Discos Bambuco
Producciones Kriss
Past members Humberto Monroy †
Rodrigo García
Roberto Fiorilli
Oscar Lasprilla
Oswaldo Hérnandez
Fernando Latorre †
Luis Dueñas †
Edgar Dueñas †

Los Speakers (the Speakers) was a Colombian rock band from the 1960s.

Much of their recorded material consisted of covers of popular bands of the era including the Byrds and the Beatles, as well as a couple of obscure Spanish group Los Brincos. The original material is noted for spooky downcast melodies and arrangements.

The band[edit]

  • Rodrigo Garcia - Leader (1964–1969)
  • Humberto Monroy - Bass (1961–1969)
  • Roberto Fiorilli- Drums (1967–1969)
  • Oscar Lasprilla - Guitar (1967)
  • Fernando Latorre - Drums (1961–1965)
  • Oswaldo Hernandez - Guitar (1964–1966)
  • Luis Dueñas - Guitar (1964–1966)
  • Edgar Dueñas - Drums (1966)


  • The Speakers (1965), Sello Vergara
  • La Casa Del Sol Naciente (1965), Discos Bambuco
  • Tuercas, Tornillos y Alicates (US Release 1966), Discos Bambuco
  • The Speakers IV (1967), Discos Bambuco
  • The Speakers En El Maravilloso Mundo De Ingeson (1968), Producciones Kriss

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