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They call him the "the Argentine Bob Dylan"...

...and rightly so, after spending two years in Argentina, a close friend introduced me to this artist and as soon as I heard that riff in "El Fantasma..." (the one right at the end of the preview) I was hooked. I'll say it right out: I'd send Leon Gieco into the ring with any folk/protest-y/counter-culture musician and/or band that America has produced. The historical context is a large measure of the album's strength. While American artists were protesting a horribly but quite distant war, Gieco writes in "Solo Le Pido a Dios" the following "I only ask of God/that the pain of others will not become indifferent to me..." It was the pain of coming of age in a land that had not known peace in a generation. And that generation speaks on this track. When the audience joins in the chorus in the song's last verse, I just choke up. The album is full of fantastic and ascessable music, and if you've been thinking of branching out, this album is a great place to start.

Argentina's Bob Dylan, oh yeah...

Well, because it's such a small group of iTunes listeners he might not be heard so much. This guy is amazing. Love it. Get it. Support it!

Excelente Album.

Un excelente album con los mejores clasicos del rock argentino


Genre: Latino

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Argentine folk legend León Gieco is one of his country's most enduring national heroes. Though he is most treasured in Argentina, where his outspoken social consciousness and storied past as a fearless protest singer endeared him deeply to those who share his heritage, his appeal extends beyond his homeland: he performs to international audiences regularly and is often described in shorthand as "the Bob Dylan of Argentina." He first earned these comparisons with his debut album, León Gieco (1973),...
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7 Años, Leon Gieco
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Latino, Music
  • Released: Nov 23, 1999

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