Almendra was one of the most important rock groups from Buenos Aires, Argentina in the late 1960s. Led by guitarist and lyricist Luis Alberto Spinetta, Almendra released between 1968 and 1971 a few singles and two albums - Almendra and Almendra II - that revolutionized the sound of Argentine rock for the remainder of the 20th century and almost single-handedly changed the way local rock music was perceived by critics and audiences.
Almendra II Q&A. Writers Edelmiro Molinari, Emilio del Guercio & Luis Alberto Spinetta. More Almendra albums. El 1er Álbum Más los Singles.
Almendra (Almendra album). Almendra (pronounced ; Spanish for "almond") is the self-titled debut studio album by Argentine rock band Almendra which was released in 1969 on Vik, a subsidiary of RCA Records. To distinguish it from the band's next release, Almendra II, the album is also known as Almendra I. The album represented the first full-length musical endeavour of nineteen-year-old Luis Alberto Spinetta, having formed the band in the mid 1960s along with Emilio del Guercio, Edelmiro Molinari and Rodolfo García.
All tracks interpreted by Almendra. Lead Vocals: Renny Montaño Drums, Percussion & Backing Vocals: Enrique Santana Acoustic Guitar & Backing Vocals: Robert Valerio Bass & Backing Vocals: Enrique Doffiny Keyboards: Miguel Ángel García Cueto Percussion & Congas: Gustavo Vargas Electric Guitar: Rodolfo Spitaleri. Narrator: Emilio Lovera (track 01) Others: Alfredo Gil, Rafael Araujo, Leandro Rodríguez & Julio César Vásquez. Produced by Victor Valerio Executive Production by Marco Salvatori.
BPM Profile Almendra II. Album starts at 178BPM, ends at 160BPM (-18), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Almendra.
Play Almendra 2 album songs MP3 by Almendra and download Almendra 2 songs on Gaana. Almendra 2 is a English album released on Nov 2008. Almendra 2 Album has 21 songs sung by Almendra. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Almendra 2 songs on Gaana. English Hindi Telugu Punjabi Tamil Kannada Bhojpuri Malayalam Marathi Bengali Haryanvi.
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