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Claudio Gabis & La Cofradia Del Blues - En Vivo En MJ Pub (2014)

18-12-2014, 20:06
Music | Blues | Rock

Claudio Gabis & La Cofradia Del Blues - En Vivo En MJ Pub (2014)

Artist: Claudio Gabis & La Cofradia Del Blues
Title Of Album: En Vivo En MJ Pub
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Blues Rock
Label: Fonocal
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 73:42
Total Size: 170 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Blues De Un Corazon Destrozado (8:20)
02. Blues De Un Domingo Lluvioso (8:28)
03. Blues Del Terror Azul (9:17)
04. Crossroads (4:01)
05. Avellaneda Blues (8:39)
06. No Pibe (4:14)
07. Jugo De Tomate Frio (4:18)
08. Bajando A Buenos Aires (5:08)
09. Una Casa Con Diez Pinos (5:12)
10. Mas Alla Del Valle Del Tiempo (6:53)
11. Malas Condiciones (6:20)
12. Boogie De Claudio (2:46)

Claudio Gabis (18/03/49), the first formation of Los Abuelos de la Nada guitarist and member of Manal with Javier Martínez and Alejandro Medina, group which recorded seven albums.

He formed his first group ("Bubblin Awe") in 1967, which participated in the current happenings of the Instituto Di Tella, epicenter of the avant-garde movement of the sixties. It was incorporated in 1971 to the weighing of Rock and Roll, with the support of those who managed to edit his first two solo albums.

After taking part in the film "Rock until the Sun" settled in Brazil (where he played with Ney Matogrosso) and subsequently studied at the Berklee College, United States. Back in Brazil, he recorded with Hermeto Pascoal and Egberto Gismonti, as well as integrating the fusion Index group. Already by then he began his activity as a teacher, forming much of the currently active guitarists of the carioca scene.

In 1984 he returned to Argentina, where he taught courses and seminars in various cultural centers, conservatories, and universities. He did radio shows and collaborated in music journals.

In 1985, Edgardo Fernández formed the band of blues "The ship", alongside Oscar Spal (vocals and harmonica), (bass and vocals) and Daniel Fernández (drums). They recorded an album with the participation of Andrés Calamaro, "Countdown".

During 1986-87, he composed the soundtracks of several films, plays and dance and participated in numerous recordings, including as a guest of the LP "How to get girls", Charly García.

In 1989 he settled in Madrid, where he continued his teaching work at the Escuela de Música Creativa, one of the most important modern music that exist in that country. He created the group "Blues night" and led the Claudio Gabis group, dedicated to the jazz-fusion, which has performed in local clubs and Mardel Jazz International Festival, in 1993.

In 1995 released his album Solo "Convocation", a sort of homage to Argentine rock, in which updated classics such as "Tomato juice", "Rock of the lost woman", "No time for more", "Bad conditions" and "I distrust". For this Board invited León Gieco, Horacio Fontova, Joaquín Sabina, Andrés Calamaro, Charly García, Ricardo Soulé, Ricardo Mollo, Alejandro Medina and Pedro Guerra. The plate was presented at the nightclub the Roxy, along with García and Medina. A sequel was released in 1997, with material recorded in the same period.

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