Montag, 4. April 2016

Quinteto Tiempo - 1975 - El Pueblo Unido, Jamas Sera Vencido


The group Quinteto Tiempo originated in the city of La Plata, Argentina.

Since 1975 and especially with the dictatorship installed in 1976 the group suffered threats and censorship, which prevented them from disseminating their work in Argentina. Under such restrictions they recorded five albums between 1975 and 1982 and participated in international festivals and worked together with other important artists.

For example they performed at the 4.
"Festival of Political Song" in 1974 in East Berlin.

This LP was recorded in Argentina in the mid to late 1974 for Emi-Odeon, but (according to the information on the group´s website) published since 1975 in Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Venezuela, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Germany, Finland and Japan by record labels like EMI, CBS, DIDECA, Disco, Capitol and Toshiba.


Tracklist:
01. Adagio en mi país (Alfredo Zitarrosa)
02. El cambá (Gilberto Rojas)
03. Zamba del riego (Armando Tejada Gómez-Oscar Matus)
04. El aguatero porteño (Enrique Maciel-Francisco Carbonaro)
05. Soneto a Matilde (Pablo Neruda-César Isella)
06. A Víctor (Roberto Todd-Otilio Galíndez)
07. Run Run se fue pa’l norte (Violeta Parra)
08. Juanillo Manta (DR)
09. La baguala canta y llora (coplas populares y de Ariel Gravano, Andino Álvarez y Armando Tejada Gómez-Carlos Groisman)
10. Chaya de la soledad (César Perdiguero)
11. Te recuerdo Amanda (Víctor Jara)
12. El pueblo unido jamás será vencido (Sergio Ortega)

Quinteto Tiempo - 1975 - El Pueblo Unido, Jamas Sera Vencido
(192 kbps, front & back cover included)

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