lunes, 11 de octubre de 2010

Final - Para ser / Dia de la ciudad (1978)

Willy Iturri - Batería
Pablo Guyot - Guitarra
Roberto Gessaghi - Guitarra
Carlos Corallo - Bajo
Guillermo Medín - Teclados
Alejandro Maguno - Voz
Banda de Jazz-Rock con tintes latinos formada en 1976. En 1978 sale el simple Para ser/Dia de la ciudad , pero poco antes de sacar su album debut, el grupo se separa.

Iturri y Guyot se incorporarian a Banana, y en 1980 a la banda de Porchetto. Gessaghi se uniria a la banda de Nito Mestre en 1981 , hasta 1984, y seria parte de la banda de Fito Paez a fines de los 80.
Cortesia de Gerardo

2 comentarios:

Jack dijo...

In early 1978, Roberto Gessaghi and Alejandro Magurno
realized that transforming their Folk/Urban songs into
a Progressive Rock genre meant calling in experienced
musicians. For this purpose and advised by a common
friend, composer Daniel Montes, they were introduced

drummer Willy Iturri, who brought with him extensive
rhythmic resources practiced with Cèsar Pueyrredon in
‘Banana’, a Pop/Rock group; and

keyboardist Guillermo Medin, who besides incorporating
the orchestral/arranging craftsmanship implemented for
Gabriel Ogando in ‘Quistral’, a Folk/Rock trio, he
brought in the Latin feeling once exhibited with Tito
Losavio in ‘Burbujas’, a Tropical/Dance group.

The formation was completed with Pablo Guyot in lead
guitar and Quique Conte (spelling needs confirmation)
in bass. Later on, due to Quique’s style discrepancy
with band leaders, he left the group and was replaced
by Carlos Corallo. All tunes were crafted in the basement
of Quique’s aunt house in La Lucila, North Buenos Aires.

‘Final’ was signed to EMI-Odeon in October 1978 and the
contract stipulated the release of an album shortly
afterwards the ‘Para ser / Dia de ciudad’ single, but
this was never accomplished due to economical reasons:
adverse economic measures taken by the Dictatorship’s
minister, which abruptly reduced consumption, mingled
with the uncertainty of a possible war with neighbor
Pinochet regime in Chile (‘Operaciòn Soberania’),
persuaded the Recording Label to halt the production of
new groups and reconsider instead substitute releases
of pre-existant signed artists such as Raùl Porchetto.

Consequently, ‘Final’ band contract was ignored by
EMI-Odeon and by the end of 1979 the group members
moved on to pursue fulfillment of projects on their own.

Anónimo dijo...

Que hallazgo, gracias!!!!!!

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