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quarta-feira, 17 de janeiro de 2018

BILLY BOND Y LA PESADA - Volume 1 e 2 [1971 Argentina Heavy Psych Blues Rock]


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Grupo argentino Billy Bond y La Pesada surgiu em Buenos Aires, Argentina, em 1970, e fazia um sonzaço que mistura heavy, blues e psicodelia!! Foi criado para acompanhar o cantor Billy Bond e não tinha integrantes fixos!! Pela banda passaram artistas importantes do rock argentino como o genial guitarrista Pappo e o também genial Luís Alberto Spinetta!! Billy Bond depois do fim da banda se radicou no Brasil e vive até hoje por aqui!! Billy Bond y La Pesada del Rock and Roll agitaram (literalmente) a cena do rock latino durante a década de 1970, tanto que a polícia interrompeu os shows do grupo várias vezes!! Os caras eram maluquetes de primeira linha tanto no som como em atitudes!! Gravaram quatro discos, obras genuínas do rock argentino e latino-americano!! E aqui estão os dois primeiros para os envenenados!! NÃO CONSUMA COM MODERAÇÃO!!!

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Born in Italy, Juliano Canterini, known as Billy Bond began as part of the new Argentine beat music generation during the 60s. Backed up by musicians like the Fattoruso Brothers (ex-Los Shakers), he released several singles.

He was one of the owners of the mythical club La Cueva de Passarotus, at Pueyrredón Avenue, which he changed into just La Cueva, and turned it cradle of the Argentine rock. It later moved to Rivadavia Avenue. At this time his desire was to create an "open" outfit; that is, a band which everybody could join and leave whenever wanted. Together with Jorge Álvarez he formed La Pesada del Rock And Roll (The Heavy of Rock & Roll), known as La Pesada and Billy Bond Y La Pesada Del Rock And Roll. Because of it's "free" model, it seemed to be in a state of anarchy – but Billy was there to keep order.

By the end of 1970, Billy Bond y La Pesada released Billy Bond y la Pesada del Rock And Roll, their first album on the Music Hall label, comprising rock'n'roll, blues and hard-rock songs with psycho touches and humorous ironic lyrics. Featured musicians included Pappo, Luis Alberto Spinetta, Javier Martínez, David Lebon, Vitico, Héctor "Pomo" Lorenzo, Black Amaya, Poli Martínez Luis Gambolini, Nacho Smilari and Cacho Lafalse.

By 1972, the formations of the group became more or less stable, wich Claudio Gabis and Kubero Diaz on guitars, Alejandro Medina on bass and vocals, Jorge Pinchevsky on Violin, Isa Portugheis and Jimmy Marquez on drums and Billy Bond on vocals and production. The band would proceed to records with many artist and participate in many of the member's solo albums.

On 1972 they released BIlly Bond y La Pesada Vol. 2, known as La Oreja (The ear) for it's cover. On October 20, 1972, the group participated in the Gran Festival de Rock, a date that would beome a legend. The audience tried to get closer to the stage while, at the same time, a police unit entered the scene and began to repress and arrest people. Billy Bond responded with a Peronist speech, "Violence will be answered with more violence". This prompted the police to arrest him first, which provoked a great outrage in the public, reacting against the police, trashing the place and many police cars. It's attributed that he answered the police with a "¡Rompan Todo!" ("Break everything!"). But actually, when he was taken by the police, someone shouted in outrage "Se lo llevan a Billy! ¡Rompan Todo!" ("They are taking Billy! Trash the place!). After this, the band limited itself to recording albums only, and the shout would become a legend in the history of Argentine Rock.

Aqui algumas informações legais sobre o cara:


Volume 1
01. Salgan al sol
02. Divertido
03. Verdes prados
04. Buen día señor Presidente
05. El parque
06. Cada día somos más
07. Dueño de tu piel
08. Voy creciendo

Billy Bond (voz)
Pappo (guitarra)
Luis Alberto Spinetta (guitarra)
Nacho Smilari (guitarra)
David Lebón (bajo)
Cacho Lafalce (bajo)
Vitico (bajo)
Javier Martínez (batería)
Black Amaya (batería)
Hector "pomo" Lorenzo (batería)
Luis Gambolini (batería)

Volume 2
01. La pálida ciudad
02. La maldita máquina
03. Blues para mis amigos
04. Que descanses en paz
05. Para qué nos sirven
06. Voy a ver un amigo
07. La marcha de San Lorenzo

Billy Bond (voz)
Pappo (guitarra)
Alejandro Medina (bajo)
Kubero Díaz (guitarra)
Javier Martínez (batería)
Jorge Pinchevsky (violín)

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