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Luis María Aguilera Picca (24 February 1936, Buenos Aires, Argentina – 10 October 2009, Madrid, Spain) was an Argentine singer, songwriter and actor, best known for worldwide hit song '"Cuando salí de Cuba" ("When I Left Cuba"). This song become the unofficial anthem for Cuban exiles. He also is the author and original singer of the Christmas song, "Ven a mi casa esta Navidad" ("Come to My House This Christmas"), later recorded by such artists as Lucero and Verónica Castro.
He started his career in Argentina, where he distinguished himself as a brilliant showman. He later moved to Spain in 1963, where he had a successful musical career, both as a songwriter and singer, mixing romantic and fun lyrics.
He is acknowledged as creating a Spanish popular musical genre known as "La canción del verano". He has more than 700 songs to his name.
He has also worked as a music producer and author, mainly on children's books and novels. He had been married to Ana Rodríguez Ruiz since 1976.
- 1957: Luis Aguilé
- 1958: Canta la juventud de América
- 1959: Luis Aguilé, Vol. 3
- 1960: Luis Aguilé, Vol. 4
- Aguilé y la chacota
- Me has enseñado a conocer lo que es amor
- Para mis amigos los niños
- El cuento que canta
- 1999: Superfiesta
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