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    Posted: December 23 2005 at 14:22

What about adding Invisible and Spinetta jade to the list?

this band is from Argentina, their genre is Tango Rock, but it can be called symphonic rock because there aren't much bands that play tango rock.

discography:

Invisible (1974) - Durazno Sangrando (1975) - El Jardin De Los Presentes (1976)

http://rock.com.ar/bios/0/241.shtml        (in spanish)

http://d01.megashares.com/?d01=5f80...4b160063f4621e0
Full discography if you want to hear them

Line-Up:

  • Luis Alberto Spinetta (Guitars & Vocals) 
  • Carlos Alberto "Machi" Rufino (Bass Guitars & Vocals)
  • Hector "Pomo" Lorenzo (Drums)
  • Tomas Gubstich (Guitars) (Added For: El Jardin De los Presentes)

Guest: Rodolfo Maderos (Bandoneon) For: El Jardin De Los Presentes

Invisible:
1-Jugo De Lúcuma
2-El Diluvio Y La Pasajera
3-Suspensión
4-Tema De Elmo Lesto
5-Azafata Del Tren Fantasma
6-Irregular
7-La Llave De Mandala
8-Lo Que Nos Ocupa Es La Conciencia, Esa Abuela Que Regula El mundo
-Bonus Tracks (Singles recorded before (9 & 10) and after (11 & 12)
9-Estado De Coma
10-Elementales Leches
11-Viejos Ratones Del Tiempo
12-Oso Del Sueño

Durazno Sangrando:
1-Encadenado Al Ánima
2-Durazno Sangrando
3-Pleamar De Águilas
4-En Una Lejana Playa Del Animus
5-Dios De Adolescencia

Amor De Primavera (Live song, cover from Tanguito(a musician) never edited in a Invisible album, but I guess it is in a live compilation of a festival)

El Jardin De Los Presentes:
1-El Anillo Del Capitán Beto
2-Los Libros De La Buena Memoria
3-Alarma Entre Los Ángeles
4-Que Ves El Cielo
5-Ruido De Magia
6-Doscientos Años
7-Perdonado (Niño Condenado)
8-Las Golondrinas De Plaza De Mayo

Obras Cumbres (Compilation)

 

Spinetta Jade: http://rock.com.ar/bios/0/453.shtml        (in spanish)

This band is also from Argentina, Luis Alberto Spinetta Formed it after Invisible. Psichdelic or Symphonic Rock 

 

Line-up:

  • Luis Alberto Spinetta (Guitars & Vocals)
  • Beto Strangi (Bass Guitar)
  • Hector "Pomo" Lorenzo (Drums)
  • Juan Del Barrio (Keyboards)
  • Diego Rapaport (Keyboards)

discography:

Alma de Diamante

Los Niños Escriben en el cielo

Bajo Belgrano

Madre Años Luz

 

Well I hope you add them to the archives, Invisible is the best argentinian band, and Spinetta Jade is excelent too

good luck

PD: sorry for my english, i havent finished the english school yet =P

 



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 25 2005 at 00:06

jejeje che, aprece que nadie te dio mucha pelota jejeje

Yo de Invisible no escuche nada...pero ya Pescado rabioso es una clase de rock con cierta proximidad con el progresivo...no?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 27 2005 at 16:11

si mucha bola no me dieron, mira Invisible es parecido a Pescado, pero con un poco mas de complejidad en las letras y en su sonido, si Pescado tenia proximidad al prog, Invisible ya esta en él.

you should consider this band!, and Spinetta Jade also



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 01 2006 at 14:10
the reasoning is fairly shoddy (but it can be called symphonic rock because there aren't much bands that play tango rock.)  referrences I found on the group referred to them as jazz orientated.  I kicked it up to Ivan since the website I had found was in Spanish.. and my internet translator.... well it's a piece of crap...


I'll double check those links Invisible provided.. I believe they are different from the one I found.. .though these are in Spanish..  and my Spanish is non-existant...
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Originally posted by micky micky wrote:

the reasoning is fairly shoddy (but it can be called symphonic rock because there aren't much bands that play tango rock.)  referrences I found on the group referred to them as jazz orientated.  I kicked it up to Ivan since the website I had found was in Spanish.. and my internet translator.... well it's a piece of crap...


I'll double check those links Invisible provided.. I believe they are different from the one I found.. .though these are in Spanish..  and my Spanish is non-existant...


Thanks Snowie.... this info helps... the info I found was from a Spinetta Jade in the early 80's... I'll check out the samples and try to decipher the website.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 08 2006 at 15:13
They're both on the list.
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