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VIAJERO INMÓVIL - Difusión de grupos progresivos independientes

Viajero Inmóvil - Difusión de grupos progresivos independientes

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Discography

  • Litto Nebbia - (1969)
  • Litto Nebbia Vol. 2 - (1970)
  • Nebbia's Band - (1971)
  • Huinca - (1972)
  • Despertemos en América - (1972)
  • Muerte en la catedral - (1973)
  • Melopea - (1974)
  • Fuera del cielo - (1975)
  • Cosas que no quieren morir - (1976)
  • Bazar de los milagros - (1976)
  • El vendedor de promesas - (1977)
  • 10 años después - (1978)
  • Canciones para cada uno Vol. 1 - (1977)
  • Canciones para cada uno Vol. 2 - (1977)
  • Toda canción será plegaria - (1977) (con Mirtha Defilpo)
  • The naked word - (1878)
  • Creer - (1980)
  • 1981 - (1981)
  • Solopiano Vol. 1 - (1981)
  • Tres noches en la Trastienda - (1981)
  • Sólo se trata de vivir - (1981)
  • 10 años después Vol. 2 - (1982)
  • Solopiano Vol. 2 - (1982)
  • Llegamos de los barcos - (1982)
  • La guerra no sabe - (1983)
  • Canciones para conocernos más - (1983) (con Los Músicos del Centro)
  • Con La Banda Sinfónica Nacional - (1984)
  • Para que se encuentren los hombre - (1983) (con el Cuarteto Zupay)
  • Evita - Quién quiera oir que oiga - (1984)
  • 1992 - (1984)
  • Luna caliente - (1985)
  • En Brasil, aquí y ahora - (1985)
  • Demasiadas maneras de no saber nada - (1986)
  • Musiqueros - (1987) (con Bernardo Baraj y Lucho González)
  • El jardín de la esquina - (1987)
  • Buscando en el bolsillo del alma - (1988)
  • Las tres corazonadas - (1989)
  • Nostalgias del Harlem español - (1990)
  • New York es una ciudad solitaria - (1990)
  • Las aventuras de Rubén Rada y Litto Nebbia - (1990)
  • Banda Sonora - Los Aviadores - (1990) (Bergalli-Marconi-Nebbia-Franov-López)
  • Esperando un milagro - (1991)
  • Argentina de América - (1992)
  • Punto de encuentro - (1992)
  • Seguro - (1992)
  • Banda Sonora - Las Boludas - (1993)
  • Páginas de vida Vol. 1 - (1994)
  • Páginas de vida Vol. 2 - (1994)
  • Páginas de vida Vol. 3 - (1994)
  • Páginas de vida Vol. 4 - (1994)
  • Nebbia canta Cadícamo - (1995)
  • Banda Sonora - Malvinas, Crónica al sentimiento de un pueblo - (1997)
  • El hombre que amaba a todas las mujeres - (1997)
  • Pequeño manual de vos y yo - (1997) hecho en España
  • Banda Sonora - Matar al abuelito - (1998)
  • Homenaje a Gardel y Le Pera - (1998)
  • Romancero gitano Federico García Lorca - (1998)
  • Beatles SongBook Vol. 1 - (1999)
  • Beatles SongBook Vol. 2 - (2000)
  • Beatles SongBook Vol. 3 - (2000)
  • Siempre bailan dos - (2000)
  • Corazones & sociedades - (2001)
  • Celebración - (2001)
  • Las canciones que escribí en México… - (2001) hecho en México
  • El compositor no se detiene - (2001) hecho en México
  • En medio de los hombres - (2001) (Litto Nebbia & Facundo Cabral) hecho en México
  • Definitivamente vivo Vol. 1- (2002)
  • Península Valdez- (2002) (con Alfredo Lichter)
  • La noche del colibrí - (2002) hecho en España
  • La melancolía vital - (2003) (con Lito Vitale)
  • Quartet Tango & Nocturno - (2004)  hecho en España
  • Danza del corazón - (2005) (Litto Nebbia & La Luz)
  • The Blues Parte I - (2007)  (Litto Nebbia & La Luz)
  • The Blues Parte II - (2008)  (Litto Nebbia & La Luz)
  • The Blues Parte III - (DVD) - (2008) (Litto Nebbia & La Luz)
  • A su aire - (2008) hecho en España
  • Bella Madrid (solo piano) - (2009) 
  • La virtud del día - (2009) (Litto Nebbia & Hugo Diz)
  • Soñando barcos - (2009)  hecho en España
  • A su aire - (2009) hecho en Mar del Plata
  • Abandoneado - (2010)
  • Historia de un Creador - (2 CDs) - (2011)
  • 11 (vidas) - (2011)
  • La canción del mundo - (2011)
  • Soñando barcos - (2012)
  • 50 años de Rock Argentino - (2 CDs) - (2015)
  • 50 años de Rock Argentino - Vol. 2 - (2 CDs) - (2015)
  • 50 años de Rock Argentino - Vol. 3 - Los bonus tracks - (2015)

 

 

Members featured in the album

  • Litto Nebbia - (1969)

 

LITTO NEBBIA - Piano, electric and acoustic guitar and vocals

 

Guest Musicians:

 OSCAR ALEM - Bass

EMILIO DEL GUERCIO - Bass

MARIO PINI - Bass

JORGE PADÍN - Drums

WILLY CÁCERES - Drums

HUGO GONZÁLEZ NEIRA - Piano

 

Members featured in the album

  • Litto Nebbia Vol. 2 - (1970)

 

LITTO NEBBIA - Piano, electric and acoustic guitar, bass, drums, transversal flute, vocals and choirs

 

Members featured in the album

  • Huinca - Despertemos en América (1972)

 

LITTO NEBBIA - Piano, electric and acoustic guitar, organ, armonica, percussion and vocals

CACHO LAFALCE - Bass

CACHO ARCE - Drums and percussion

JUAN CARLOS ALEGRE - Drums

OSCAR MORO - Drums

CHINO ROSSI - Percussion

DOMINGO CURA - Percussion

 

Members featured in the album

  • Muerte en la catedral - (1973)

 

LITTO NEBBIA - Piano, electric and acoustic guitar, organ and vocals

NÉSTOR ASTRITA - Drums and percussion

JORGE "NEGRO" GONZÁLEZ - Electric bass fiddle

 

Members featured in the album

  • Melopea - (1974)

 

LITTO NEBBIA - Piano, electric and acoustic guitar, organ and vocals

NÉSTOR ASTRITA - Drums and percussion

JORGE "NEGRO" GONZÁLEZ - Electric bass fiddle

 

Members featured in the album

  • Fuera del cielo - (1975)

 

LITTO NEBBIA - Piano, piano eléctrico Fender, órgano, Harpsicordio, guitarra eléctrica y acústica, voz y coros

NÉSTOR ASTARITA - Batería, percusión y coros

JORGE GONZÁLEZ - Contrabajo, bajo eléctrico, percusión y coros

MIRTHA DEFILPO - Lyrics

 

Guest musician:

JUAN JOSÉ MOSALINI - Bandoneón

 

Members featured in the album

  • Bazar de los milagros - (1976)

 

LITTO NEBBIA - Piano, piano eléctrico Fender, órgano, sintetizador, Mini-Moog, guitarra 12 cuerdas, batería y voz

DANIEL HOMER - Guitarra española, 12 cuerdas y eléctrica, bajo eléctrico, percusión y coros

MIRTHA DEFILPO - Lyrics and chorus

 

Guests musicians:

MANOLO JUÁREZ - Electric piano

JORGE GONZÁLEZ - Electric bass fiddle

NÉSTOR ASTARITA - Percussion

CHANY SUÁREZ - Chorus

 

Members featured in the album

  • El vendedor de promesas - (1977)

 

LITTO NEBBIA - Piano, piano Fender Rhodes, clavinet Honner D-6, synths, electric & acoustic guitarra, tiple, pedal effects, vocals and chorus

NÉSTOR ASTARITA - Drums, percussion and chorus

JORGE GONZÁLEZ - Double bass, electric bass and choros

MIRTHA DEFILPO - Lyrics

 

 

Biography

Leader of Los Gatos, Pioneer Argentine Rock Band, Félix Francisco Nebbia Corbacho, commonly known as Litto, was born in Rosario on July 21 1948 and he had his first hit with "La balsa" a single from 1967 which sold more than 200.000 copies, composed together with Tanguito. Due to " musical differences" and, mainly, he did not know which were the next steps to take, Litto left Los Gatos in '69 and, from then onwards, he had a long solo career. With more than 100 albums released so far and much collaboration in other artists’ records, he is by far the most prolific musician of Argentina. In 1983, for example, he released 5 albums. "I practically don’t select the material, I let the public do so", he would admit later on. " Better instrumentalist than singer, better at melodies than writing", defined by Eduardo Berti. His first album, "Litto Nebbia" (1969), came out at the same time of the movie "El extraño de pelo largo" directed by Julio Porter, where many of his songs appear in such film. Before that he had recorded the single "Rosemary" / "Lo que te hace falta es amor". In 1971 he broke the division between rock and folklore, when he played "chacareras" accompanied by his percussionist Domingo Cura. That year he formed la Nebbia's Band, whit which he recorded an LP. His next group was Huinca, together with Oscar Moro, Cacho Lafalce and Gabriel Ranelli. In 1973 he started to like jazz, with the Litto Nebbia Trio. During the military dictatorship he lived in Mexico, where he wrote his most famous song, "Sólo se trata de vivir". In 1982 he joined Los Músicos del Centro, whit whom he made two records. In May 1983 he participated in El Rosariazo in Obras, a show that gathered Juan Carlos Baglietto, Silvina Garré, Fito Páez and Jorge Fandermole, among others. In 1986 he released his 50th LP: "Demasiadas maneras de no saber nada", recorded in the RCA studios. He was accompanied by Manolo Yanes (synthesizers and machines), César Franov (bas), Norberto Minichilo (drums), Cacho Tehera (percussion), Fats Fernández (trumpet), Bernardo Baraj (sax), Ricardo Lew (guitar and arrangements), Lalo de los Santos (bass and backing vocals) y Alejandro del Prado (backing vocals). Owner of his own record company "Melopea" he released more than 200 albums of national music, unreleased material of Cobián and Cadícamo, Goyeneche live, the Cuchi Leguizamón... music that was not so commercial for the big companies. «For me, it is not a business. If I do it well I will make some profit, which will let me do other things, that’s all. I am not a patron and I don’t make big profits either». A clear example was the record "Nebbia canta Cadícamo" (1995), a compilation of previously unreleased tangos that Enrique Cadícamo had composed and Litto rescued from forgetfulness. Among them, "Nada me debes", "Carne y uña" and "Sea breve". The material was presented at Teatro General San Martín before almost 900 people. "Páginas de vida" is the name of a CD-ROM (second of the national rock, after Los Siete Delfines) through which there is access to all de Nebbia’s biography and the story of his groups.

 

 

Information

* Melopea official site