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  • Recopilación - (1984/1986)
  • Mujer y argentina - (1995)
  • El beneficio de la duda - (1997)
  • La vida en los pliegues - (2002)
  • Siete cielos - (2003)
  • Al amparo del cielo - (2005)
  • Al día - DVD - (2013)
  • Uanantú - (2016)



Members featured in the album

  • Uanantú - (2016)







Liliana Vitale was born in Buenos Aires on March 3, 1959 and lived his early years in Villa Adelina, Buenos Aires.

Early reading, activities in childhood are mathematical games and singing at family gatherings, at school or herself being recorded on a small tape recorder. The popular song, Tango, Folklore and the fledgling Argentine Rock are his early influences, but also in the familiar home sounds Classical Music and Jazz. His father Rubens Vitale, toolmaker and music teacher, and her mother Esther Soto, a school teacher and anthropologist, give them to her and her brother Lito an environment of artistic and intellectual stimulation where guitars plays and musical encounters are common.

His first concerts take place in the Auditorium San Isidro. Liliana quartet playing there, Lito and brothers Miguel and Babú Cervino. The year is 1973.

In 1974, Liliana, Lito and Alberto Muñoz, author and composer, presented in the theater Santa Maria del Buen Ayre “La cantata Saturno”, which leads to the formation of M.I.A. (Associated Independent Musicians).

M.I.A. was a team of more than 20 people composed of musicians, poets, artists, technicians and producers. Liliana and Lito Vitale, his parents Esther Soto and Rubens "DonVi" Vitale, Alberto Muñoz, Nono Belvis, Juan del Barrio, Daniel Curto, Verónica Condomí, Pearl Tarello, Carlos Melero, Gustavo Mozzi, Mex Urtizberea, Kike Sanzol, Andrea Álvarez and Luis Samolsky, among others, have carried out, over the five years of experience, the first independent proposal structures within the Argentina show music in times of military dictatorship. Released “Transparencias” (1976), “Mágicos Juegos del Tiempo” (1977), “Cornonstipicum” (1978) y “Conciertos” (1979), -a triple live album- under the own label CICLO 3, through which Liliana continues editing music.

Within the scope of M.I.A. Liliana forms a duo with Alberto Muñoz -singer, poetry, guitar, piano and an original musical-drama- would be the inspiration of his first steps as a soloist; and one next to Verónica Condomí -vocals a capella, own contrapuntal works, improvisation, percussion, flutes-, who later published “Danzas de Adelina” (1981) and “Camasunqui” (1982). In 1980, M.I.A. It is the backing band during the first visit to Argentina Egberto Gismonti and the duo shared with him as a guest, Verónica composition “Danza dos mates”.

In 1983, Liliana made his first solo recital focused on songs from Alberto Muñoz. His first album as a performer, “Mamá, deja que entren por la ventana los siete mares” (1985), founds a way of saying popular song in Argentina and is praised by audiences and critics. In 1987 he recorded "Canta Liliana Vitale" also including songs of Jaime Roos, Jorge Lazzaroff and Silvio Rodriguez.

Accompanied by Nono Belvis on bass and Bam Bam Miranda percussion, share the stage with Leo Maslíah, Jorge Fandermole, Vitale-Baraj-González, Juan Falu, Adrian Abonizio, MPA, Jorge Cumbo, Carlos Aguirre, among others, and participate in meetings of Alternativa Musical Argentina. In 1992, CICLO 3 edits these two vinyls on a CD called “Recopilación”.

Based for several years in the province of Cordoba, Jorge Cuello shares with various artistic projects, including the “Teatro Ruso”, stands out, parties where live music, art, poetry and cuisine.

Back in Buenos Aires, in 1994, gives musical fragments of the novel “Rayuela”, by Julio Cortazar, still unpublished work.

In 1995, as a reunion with Buenos Aires, he recorded the album “Mujer y Argentina” (1995),  interpreting classics of Tango-Rock repertoire with his brother Lito Vitale on piano. The album is nominated for an ACE Award for "Best Tango Album", besides being chosen by several media as one of the best of the year.

In “El beneficio de la duda” (1996), Liliana first recording own songs, accompanied by Krichi on guitar, Mono Hurtado on double bass and Facundo Guevara on percussion. The presentation of this work is done with a show directed by Chiqui González.

In late 1997, Liliana and Verónica Condomí offer a concert to present the CD edition vinyl discs duo. From this musical reunion, they begin to give recitals regularly.

In 2002 “La vida en los pliegues”, the album with own music on texts of the Belgian poet Henri Michaux, made in 1990 with the collaboration of Bam Bam Miranda on percussion, Lito Vitale on keyboards and recording, and illustrations of Jorge Cuello. This unique work is awarded the Gardel Award as "Best contemporary song album", and received excellent reviews. In the same year, he is nominated Liliana Clarin Award for "Figure of popular music" and chosen by critics from Rolling Stone Argentina as "Best Female Singer".

In 2003 he recorded “Siete Cielos”,  a choral work in seven movements for seven voices, composed and performed by herself, which is presented in the form of clinical-performance, where recorded music serves as support for the proposed exercises. Editing, accompanied by seven paintings by Alejandra Fenochio, receive a Gardel Award for best album "Classical Music".

2005 presents “Al amparo del cielo”, a majority of own work and Muñoz, Fontova, Fandermole, Fatta and Bersuit issues. Calls for this CD, Bam Bam Miranda, Facundo Guevara and Martín González percussion, Mono Hurtado on bass, Sergio Ábalos on guitar, and numerous guest artists, Lucho González, Juan Carlos Baglietto, Horacio Fontova, among others.

Published in 2011, with Verónica Condomí, the album “Humanas -voces-”, recorded live and study material continue to present alongside its other projects. This CD was nominated for the Gardel Award for best album in the category "Folklore-new ways."

In 2013 Liliana made his first DVD, “Al día”, also released on CD. Recorded live in the studio recording Lito Vitale, involved Facundo Guevara and Ana Ponce on percussion, Eliana Liuni on winds, Quique Ferrari on bass, Mariano Delgado on guitar and guest singers Yusa, Verónica Condomí and Mariela Vitale (Emme).

In 2016 he released "Uanantú" with new versions of songs from other times and three unpublished, Julio Cortazar, Miguel Abuelo and Luis Alberto Spinetta. Recorded by Lito Vitale, recording and editing was done by Idle. Alejandro Ros design and photos of Andy Cherniavsky, accompany this work which, like all their albums, was released by the independent label CICLO 3.




* Liliana Vitale official site

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