Argentinean los Gatos produced from Rosario’s Beatles-inspired music group los Gatos Salvajes. Immediately after the group shifted to Buenos Aires to try out at local locations, los Gatos released an individual known as “La Balsa” along with a self-titled recording in 1967. The next yr, los Gatos released an electrical ballad known as “Viento Dile A La Lluvia,” which became a vintage song from the first Latin rock picture. After launching Volumen 2, the music group started touring SOUTH USA, later documenting its third record, known as Seremos Amigos. In 1970, Norberto Napolitano changed Galiffi, recording Defeat, No. 1 and Rock and roll De La Mujer Perdida. After los Gatos split up, Litto Nebbia went by himself, starting a superb solo profession. In 1987, a live record documented at Buenos Aires’ Odeón Theater in Dec of 1970 premiered beneath the name of Inédito En Vivo.