Here are 6 famous musicians from Spain were born in 1940:
Jesús López-Cobos (February 25, 1940 Toro, Zamora-) a.k.a. Jesus Lopez-Cobos or López-Cobos, Jesús is a Spanish conductor.
His discography includes: Nights in the Gardens of Spain / The Three Cornered Hat, Bolero / Rapsodie espagnole / Alborada del gracioso / La Valse / Valses nobles et sentimentales, Trumpet Concertos and Ancient Airs and Dances / Trittico Botticelliano.
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Carles Santos (July 1, 1940 Vinaròs-) a.k.a. Carlos Santos is a Spanish writer, photographer, pianist, film score composer, actor and screenwriter.
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Andrés Pajares (April 6, 1940 Madrid-) also known as Pajares, Andrés, Andrés Pajares Martín, A. Pajares, Andres Pajares or Pajares is a Spanish actor, screenwriter and film director. His children are Andrés Burguera, Mari Cielo Pajares and Eva Pajares.
His albums: Drácula "Ye-Ye".
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Raimon (December 2, 1940 Xàtiva-) also known as Ramon Pelegero Sanchis, Raimon Padilla, Raimón Padilla or Padilla, Raimón is a Spanish singer.
His most recognized albums: Integral, Clàssics i no, Disc antològic de les seves cançons, Recitals al Palau, Les cançons d'amor, Nova integral 2000, Raimon-Espriu: poesia cantada, Raimon a l'Olympia (1966–2006), Dotze cançons and Cançons de mai.
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Martin Sheen (August 3, 1940 Dayton-) also known as Ramon Antonio Gerard Estevez, Ramón Antonio Gerardo Estévez, Ramón Estévez or Ramon Estevez is a Spanish actor, voice actor, film producer, activist and television producer. He has four children, Charlie Sheen, Emilio Estevez, Ramon Estevez and Renée Estevez.
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Dyango (March 5, 1940 Barcelona-) a.k.a. José Gómez Romero is a Spanish singer.
His albums: Himnos al Amor, Exitos, La Magia de Dyango, Mis Mejores Canciones-17 Super Exitos, Tango, Alma, corazón y vida, Puñaladas en el Alma, , Legend and .
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