- Mató Mi Corazon
Mató Mi Corazon Studio album by Los Freddy's Released 1968 Genre Romantic Music, Regional Mexican, Rock n Roll Los Freddy's chronology La Flaca
Mató Mi Corazon
Mató Mi Corazon ("Killed My Heart") is the 5th studio album by the Mexican group Los Freddy's. The album was released in 1968.
This album featured a new instrument for the group; the organ, played by Esteban "El Chester" Rodríguez. The album's first track, Mató Mi Corazon, was a hit and solidified the addition of Rodríguez, making the band a group of seven members. However, many fans were not aware of the new addition due to photos on the album. Arturo Cisneros, for reasons unknown, is missing from the front cover photo but includes Esteban Rodríguez leading to the belief that the group remains as six members aided by the quality of the photo, which is dark and makes it hard to identify the band members. Furthermore, the photo on the back of the album cover is an older photo of the group with the original six members before Rodríguez joined the band. Nonetheless, the album was a hit and Rodríguez's organ would get the recognition it was due in the albums to come.
No. Title Length 1. "Mató Mi Corazon" 2:36 2. "Regresa Pronto" (cover of "You Didn't Have to Be So Nice" by The Lovin' Spoonful) 2:43 3. "Acercate a Mi Lado" 2:36 4. "Tu Ingratitud" 2:57 5. "La Vi Ayer" 2:58 6. "Vuelve Mi Amor" (cover of "Never My Love" by The Association) 3:03 7. "Olvidate de Mi" (cover of "It's Nice To Be With You" by The Monkees) 3:14 8. "Perdoname Señor" 2:27 9. "Solo La Verdad" (cover of "Birds In My Tree" by Strawberry Alarm Clock) 1:49 10. "Cuando Seas Mujer" (cover of "Come Back When You Grow Up" by Bobby Vee & the Strangers) 2:50
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