Juan Fernando Silvetti Adorno (27 March 1944 – 5 July 2003), professionally referred to as Bebu Silvetti or just Silvetti, was an Argentine- born Mexican pianist, composer, conductor, arranger, and report producer.
Within the Nineteen Seventies he moved to Mexico and acquired the nationality. Popularly identified for the 1977 instrumental disco hit, “Lluvia De Primavera” (“Spring Rain” in English), the album was produced in Spain and for the 1980 trendy instrumental mariachi album. Silvetti was additionally a profitable, Grammy-winning producer for all kinds of Latin and worldwide music performers.
He was the daddy of the actress Anna Silvetti. Silvetti additionally labored within the music of profitable movies and telenovelas in Mexico.
Launched in 1975 the Single didn’t obtain airplay and chart within the USA till January 1977 when, pushed by recognition in discos, it reached #39, becoming a member of the listing of Nineteen Seventies one-hit wonders in the USA.
The only charted in South Africa in June 1977 at #4. The album model is longer than the unique 1975 single model, which lined solely the Hispavox A-side, with “Journey Examine” on the B-side. In March 1977 Polydor Germany issued the album model cut up over 2 x 7″ sides for discotheque use as “Spring Rain Half I / Half II”.
The only has been reissued on many compilations, comparable to Salsoul Jam 2000, and sampled on songs together with Shangri-La (Denki Groove music), and Helter Silly. supply