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Discography

  • Canturbe - (1980)
  • El vuelo de los olvidados -  (1980) Re-edition 2003
  • Bompland - (1983)
  • Clandestino - (1986) Jorge Garacotche (Canturbe)
  • Del mágico mundo - (1988) Jorge Garacotche (Canturbe)
  • En venta - (1990)
  • Sociedad secreta de melancólicos - (2008)
  • Tangos en espera - (2011)

 

 

Members featured in the album

  • El vuelo de los olvidados -  (1980) Re-edition 2003

 

JORGE GARACOTCHE - Electric and acoustic guitar, harmonica, percussion, vocals and chorus

ALEJANDRO FIORI - Electric guitar and bass

LUIS BLANCO - Bass

GERARDO ANTONEL - Drums

 

Guest musicians:

CHARLY GARCÍA - Synths and stringss

EZEQUIEL ITZCOVICH - Piano

 

Members featured in the album

  • Sociedad secreta de melancólicos - (2008)

 

JORGE GARACOTCHE - Guitars, piano, strings and

DARÍO “Moroco” FRESONE - Bass and programming

DANIEL GONZÁLEZ - Percussion, keyborads and chorus

KIKE GENTILE PONT - Drums

 

Guest musicians:

LILIANA HERRERO - Vocals

GUILLERMO CIDES - Stick

EUGENIO SORIA - Bandoneón

BRUNO CECCONI - Shakuhachi

MALENA GARACOTCHE - Piano

FRANCISCO HUICI - Saxs

DAMIÁN FERNÁNDEZ - Guitar

MOXI BEIDENGL - Electronic rounds

 

Members featured in the album

  • Tangos en espera - (2011)

 

JORGE GARACOTCHE - Guitars, bass, sequencer and vocals

GABRIEL HERRERA - Piano, keyboards, samplings and vocals

DANIEL GONZÁLEZ - Piano, keyboards, percussion and chorus

 

Guest musicians:

WALTER MALOSETTI - Electric guitar

OSVALDO “Marinero” MONTES - Bandoneón

JOSÉ OGIVIEKY - Piano

DITO PUGLIESE - Drums

BETO TAKARA - Shamisen

EUGENIO SORIA - Bandoneón

FERNANDO BELLINI - Bass

NICOLÁS VOLDKIN - Drums

BRUNO CECCONI - Chinese flute

 

 

Biography

Canturbe was formed towards the end of the 1970's, with Jorge Garacotche (guitars, vocals) as the main and founding member. The first stable line-up of the band saw him joined by Luis Blanco (bass), Alejandro Fiori (guitars) and Gabriel Pelizzari (drums), and the foursoume issued their debut album “Canturbe” towards the end of 1980, later called “El vuelo de los olvidados” in 2003 was released on CD.

For the next few years the band would build themselves a steady following in their home town of Bueons Aires, both due to extensive live activity but also due to their lyrics, most of which were centered around persons and events placed in that city.

A second album, “Bonpland”, followed in 1983, while “Clandestino” was released in 1986. Fernando Bellini replaced Blanco on 1989's Del Magico Munde, while Litto Nebbia and Maria Jose Cantilo joined their ranks for the following years “En Venta”.

Canturbe broke up in 1992, but just over a decade after the band had called it quits they reformed again. This has so far resulted in an additional chapter in their discography, issued in 2008 as “Sociedad secreta de melancólicos”.

 

 

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