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Grabaciones Encontradas Vol. 2

Andrés Calamaro

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After the success of the 1993 rarities collection Grabaciones Encontradas, Calamaro released the second part of this material just a year later. Like the prior album, these songs were mainly composed between 1984 and 1994; some are studio demos while others are experimental home recordings. The most important track in this album is the version of Pablo Milanés "Años," a historical duo collaboration with Sumo's singer, Luca Prodan. For years this song wasn't available (it was originally included in a greatest-hits compilation in 1987). There are also another covers like José Alfredo Jiménez's "En el Ultimo Trago" and Leon Gieco's "Todos los Caballos Blancos." "Buena Suerte y Hasta Luego," the first single from that album, is actually an outtake from Calamaro's masterpiece, Nadie Sale Vivo de Aquí. Although this is a demo, the song is good enough to stand as one of the singer's unheralded classics. There are plenty of style mixes (candombe, pop, jazz, blues) and much experimentation. It's fun, to be sure, especially for fans. ~ Iván Adaime, Rovi

Biografía

Nacido(a): 22 de agosto de 1961 en Buenos Aires, Argentina

Género: Alternativo y Rock latino

Años de actividad: '00s

Andres Calamaro is one of the most popular Argentinean pop/rock songwriters, and considers himself a song craftsman. Born in 1961, he began his professional musical career at the age of 17 playing keyboards in Raíces. In 1981 he joined one of the main bands of the '80s Argentinean rock scene: Los Abuelos de la Nada. Although the band was led by the brilliant Miguel Abuelo, Calamaro composed most of the group's hits, such as "Mil Horas," "Así Es el Calor," "Sin Gamulán," and "Costumbres Argentinas."...
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Grabaciones Encontradas Vol. 2, Andrés Calamaro
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