Vocalist/songwriter Rosa León began executing in the first ’70s. Together with her musical partner, Jorge Krahe, León performed her tunes of interpersonal and politics satire/commentary in cafes, colleges, and various little venues beneath the group name Rosa con Jorge. Although duo ready repertoire as a group, early recordings presented León’s voice only. Her recognition grew, and quickly Krahe fell aside entirely. León’s 1st recordings, including her debut LP, De Alguna Manera, made an appearance around the Aute label. Soon thereafter, León produced a tv appearance that could change the span of her profession. This program (and following recording of the same name) known as Cuentopos presented León carrying out children’s tunes. The task generated classic tunes like “Cancion de la Vacuna,” “Un Gato Grande,” and “Cancion Em virtude de Vestirse,” which will be memorized by children of many age groups for a long time to arrive. León became referred to as among Spain’s leading children’s performers. Her 1978 launch, Tiempo al Tiempo, adopted five years later on by Rosa Se Está Buscando en un Espejo, noticed her reputation wane somewhat, though limited to a short while. León came back to her politically intensifying folk roots using the feminist-leaning Amigas Mias and Entre Amigos, her initial releases targeted at adult viewers in years. Latest releases have highlighted re-recorded and repackaged children’s repertoire from previously days. Although she actually is not really actively composing or recording at the moment, various newly released collections catch her groundbreaking work with younger viewers.