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An Argentine Classic

This 1972 double album by what was then Argentina’s premier rock band was also the first “rock opera” in Spanish. It tells the story of an epic journey that takes place in the continent’s pre-Columbian age, with an almost Tolkienesque feel to it. The music combines ancient south american folk instruments with a classic rock ensemble. It flows so well that it can be listened to in its entirety. I attended the live performance in Buenos Aires, and it was a memorable occasion. The band’s front man, Gustavo Sataolalla, played a Gibson SG guitar and sang most of the vocals. This is the apex of the Arco Iris discography.


Genre: Latin Alternative & Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

The new age/Latin jazz group Arco Iris formed in Argentina in the '70s. Taking their name from the Spanish phrase for rainbow, the group was founded by the husband and wife team of saxophonist Ara Tokatlian and percussionist Danais Tokatlian; at one time the group's lineup included Latin rock producer and composer Gustavo Santaolalla. South American flutes and percussion and keyboards combine with Tokatlian's sax work on albums like...
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