Keyboard-based progressive from Canary Islands. Accompanying
band for Teddy Bautista (Los Canarios).
Strange sound for this band,
alternating very symphonic sounds with a touch of blues and on the
other hand anticipating the flat pop that some years later would come
to stay in the spanish musical scene. (José Manuel Iñesta).
In 1980 they released their second album trying to repeat the local
success of the first one, but the track "El hombre del tarro" was not
as commercial as they thought. They moved to Madrid looking for better
luck but it didn't work out. Tjhey changed the line-up and even their name
to BESOS RABIOSOS, and they realised a new-wave single named
"Enfermera Loca". And that was the end of Teclados Fritos.
It has been said that Teddy Bautista was the producer of their first
album and this is false, because his name is not among the credits,
being Gustavo Ramudo the actual producer. It is also said that they were
the acompanying band for Teddy in his live performances, but I don't
believe this, cause I can not find veritable news supporting this. The
only relation between them seems to be the production of a EP after
"decadencia", some short roles in movies and some collaboration in
original soundtracks. (Juan Mellado)>/b>
Review of the record "Teclados Fritos" (in spanish)