Sunday, 27 May 2018

Cuero “Tiempo Despues"1973 + "Crecimiento” 1974 +‎ “Tiempo Despues” 1973 EP- Argentina Heavy Prog Latin Jazz Fusion,Blues Rock


Cuero “Tiempo Despues"1973 + "Crecimiento” 1974 +‎ “Tiempo Despues” 1973 EP- Argentina Heavy Prog Latin Jazz Fusion,Blues Rock
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Cuero "Crecimiento” 1974 full spotify

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Cuero ‎ “Tiempo Despues” 1973 EP full spotify

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This trio was formed in 1973, after the dissolution of Piel de Pueblo. Carlos Calabró and Nacho Smilari, members of that band, joined Quique Masllorens, founder of La Joven Guardia and without having performed any show they recorded their debut album, “Tiempo después”, in the middle of ‘73. The band developed in this album an excellent rock and hard blues with psychedelic allegories. 
Carlos Piña replaced Masllorens just after the recording of the plaque, which was presented live on very few occasions, before the dissolution. 
Smilari tried to reunite the original musicians for a second album, but was unsuccessful. That is why he summoned Adalberto Cevasco (bass), Osvaldo López (drums), Bernardo Baraj (saxophones), Parentella (piano) and Joe Coco (percussion) and with this group he published “Crecimiento”. Without even presenting it live, the band was dissolved again. 
The leather material was never reissued by the Music Hall label in any format, although there is an “unofficial” reissue (without a license from the broken Music Hall label) on CD made in Mexico of its first two works on a single CD….~



After the break up of Piel de Pueblo, outstanding guitarist Nacho Smilari and drummer Carlos Calabró joined Masllorens (ex-La Joven Guardia) and formed Cuero. 
The debut album was a hard rock effort lead by Nacho’s brilliant guitar. The instrumental “Tiempo después”, “Nuevamente el momento”, “No sé si voy a enloquecer”, the blues “Escucha mi voz”, and the long psycho “Paula acurrucada en un color” are the remarkable tunes. This is a recommended album for those who like Piel de Pueblo, Montes, Rockal y La Cría and Pappo’s Blues. 
Cuero soon split after Smilari’s departure to the USA. But later Nacho returned and the group recorded a very good album with the help of excellent musicians such as Bernardo Baraj (ex-Alma y Vida) on sax and flute, Osvaldo López (ex Los In) on drums, Adalberto Cevasco on bass, Raúl Parentella on electric piano and Joe Coco on percussion. 
This second LP was almost Latin jazz-rock instrumental music with good guitar playing. It is obvious that his trip to the USA had influenced him quite a bit. 
Both records went unnoticed (especially the second one) and had never been reissued on any format. The first one is harder to get….~

Cuero “Tiempo Despues"1973 Argentina 

Credits
Bass, Vocals – Enrique Masllorens
Drums – Carlos Calabro*
Guitar, Vocals, Piano – Nacho Smilari

Tracklist
A1 Tiempo Despues
A2 Jungla De Neon
A3 Nuevamente El Momento
A4 No Se Si Voy A Enloquecer
B1 Parientes Del Mundo Interior
B2 Escucha Mi Voz
B3 Paula Acurrucada En Un Color 

Cuero "Crecimiento” 1974 Argentina Prog Jazz Afro Fusion
Personnel:
- Nacho Smilari - vocals, guitar
- Bernardo Baraj - tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute
- Raul Parentella - pianos
- Adalberto Cevasco - bass
- Osvaldo Lopez - drums
- Joe Coco - percussion
- Jorge Zorry - alto saxophone

Tracklist
Crecimiento 3:30
Forrado De Cueros I 1:15
Viendome A Trasluz 7:40
Nuevas Caras 3:17
Silenciosos Negros 2:45
Forrado De Cueros II 1:15
Pisando El Suelo 3:15
Fantasias De Cristal 3:45
Golpeando Las Piedras 2:07


Cuero ‎ “Tiempo Despues” 1973 EP

Tracklist 
A1 Tiempo Despues 3:30 
A2 Nuevamente El Momento 3:50 
B1 No Se Si Voy A Enloquecer 4:07 
B2 Excucha Mi Voz 4:47 




Albums 
1973 - Tiempo después (Music Hall 2405) A 
1974 - Crecimiento (Music Hall 13072) B 
1973 - “Tiempo Despues”  EP


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