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Los Jaivas La Voragine II, La Reforma album cover
2.29 | 12 ratings | 1 reviews | 17% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. La Voragine (9:48)
2. Primitivo (18:48)
3. Se Arrancaron Con Los Tarros (17:11)
4. El Dia Que Conocimos a Jano (13:49)
5. Encontrando de Todo (9:35)

Total Time 69:15

Line-up / Musicians

- Gabriel Parra / Drums
- Claudio Parra / Piano, Rasca, Cencerro
- Eduardo Parra / Organ, Bongó, Tormento, Plumavit, Rasca
- Eduardo "Gato" Alquinta / Electric Guitar, Flute, Rasca
- Mario Mutis / Bass guitar, percussion

Releases information

CD Sony Music Entertainment Chile Ltda/Columbia 507053 (2003)
Recorded live at la Sala de la Reforma, Santiago de Chile, May 11, 1970

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LOS JAIVAS La Voragine II, La Reforma ratings distribution

(12 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(17%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (25%)
Collectors/fans only (58%)
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LOS JAIVAS La Voragine II, La Reforma reviews

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Review by NotAProghead
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2 stars Like any album from a 5 CD series ''La Vorágine I - V'', ''La Reforma'' initially is not intended to reach more or less noticeable commercial success.

If the first CD of the series, ''Pan Negro'', consists mostly of blues jams, long tracks of ''La Reforma'' are band's experiments with atonal music (not an easy thing to describe). The key idea is absolute musical freedom - from forms, structures, melodies.

The album title is symbolical. The concert took place in the venue called La Reforma. And, according to the information in the booklet, it was the first band's concert under the name LOS JAIVAS. Before this day in May 1970 they called HIGH BASS (both names, having different meanings, are pronounced similar).

Sound quality is like on good bootleg.

2 stars, but nothing negative from my side. It's good that such records for fans exist.

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