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Luis Eduardo Aute Gutiérrez

Spanish singer, songwriter, film director, actor, sculptor, writer and painter (born Manila, 13 September 1943 – died Madrid, 4 April 2020). Interested mainly in painting and cinema, he also started in the 1960s writing songs for other artists, such as Massiel who had a big hit with “Rosas en el mar” (1966). After that he finally decided to record his own songs.

Born on September 13, 1943, to a Catalan father who worked in a tabacalera and married a Spanish-Filipina, Luis Eduardo Aute grew up in Manila. He learnt to speak English and Tagalog from the De La Salle School. Arts ran through his veins as he showed talent in painting and sketching early on.

He made his first trip to Spain at the age of eight, and in 1954, he officially migrated there with his family. Initially, his eyes were set on becoming an architect, but while studying and living in Madrid, he got interested in various career paths. By the 1970s, Aute started carving his path in the music industry.

Video: Luis Eduardo Aute – La Belleza (1989)


1.1 Alba
1.2 Cuatro y Diez
1.3 Anda
1.4 Slowly
1.5 Una de Dos
1.6 De Alguna Manera
1.7 Pasaba Por Aqui
1.8 No Te Desnudes Todavia
1.9 Aleluya No. 1
1.10 Rosas en El Mar
1.11 De Paso
1.12 Dos O Tres Segundos de Ternura
1.13 Cada Vez Que Me Amas
1.14 Sin Tu Latido
1.15 Cuerpo a Cuerpo
1.16 Queda la Musica
1.17 Belleza


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Weight 9 oz
Dimensions 7 × 7 × 1 in