Members featured in the album
PAJARITO ZAGURI - Guitar and vocals
NACHO SMILARI - Guitar
WILLY PEDEMONTE - Bass, piano and vocals
CARLOS CALABRÓ - Drums
HÉCTOR LÓPEZ FURST - Electric violin
Argentine rock pioneer Pajarito Zaguri (ex Los Beatnicks and La Barra de Chocolate) and extraordinary guitarist Nacho Smilari (ex La Barra de Chocolate and Vox Dei) got together to form this short living group. They released and album "Rock de las heridas" of Psycho Hard Rock.
Most remarkable tracks are: "Silencio para un pueblo dormido" with a brillant driven guitar, the long "La tierra en 998 pedazos" featuring a killer Hard Rock finale (with componer Willy Pedemonte on piano), "Jugando a las palabras" with wah-wah guitar and "Por tener un poco más", featuring the electric violin of Héctor López Furst . The lyrics (and also the cover) are highly committed to political and social matters of those days.
The album is highly recommended to followers of Pappo's Blues, Cuero, Montes y Rockal y la cría.
Smilari and Calabró would form Cuero, Pedemonte went to perform electric guitar with Miguel Cantilo y Grupo Sur and Pajarito Zaguri pursued a zigzag career.
Rock de las heridas was issued in LP in 1972 by Disc Jockey (14008) and also was reissued in 1977 (Samantha - 77112).
* “The Magic Land” book