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  • Canciones para perdedores - (1976)
  • Toda canción será plegaria - (1976) junto a Litto Nebbia



Members featured in the album

  • Canciones para perdedores - (1976)



LITTO NEBBIA - Keyboards, synths, piano and chorus




Músicos invitados:

RODOLFO ALCHOURRON - 12-String Acoustic Guitar, arrangements and string direction

MANOLO JUÁREZ - Electric piano


DANIEL HOMMER - Guitar and electric bass



DINO SALUZZI - Bandoneón




Mirtha Defilpo was an Argentine singer-songwriter who did not have much diffusion. She was born in Córdoba, in 1944, and she died a few days before her 67th birthday, on August 11, 2011.

She transcended in the musical medium not only for being the wife of Litto Nebbia but also for being the author of most of his lyrics. She worked with him in his most creative stage, including all his poetry and his music.

Such activity kept her related to the show until she decided to give way to a new facet of her expressiveness, perhaps the most important of hers, which is to interpret her own songs.

In 1976 she released her only solo album “Canciones para perdedores”, a masterpiece that should be listened to while she paints the walls of her house. They started recording it in the winter of '76, over material that she had a while back, except for a few songs that she wrote at the last moment. The participating musicians were Litto (who has also made most of the music, except for two songs that belong to Alchourrón), Astarita, Lapouble, González, Valls, Homer, Juárez, Saluzzi and Narvaja.

Beyond the musical plane, where the most polished work is located, the vocal facet presents a flatness that is difficult to avoid in the album of a poet who sings her writings.

As for the poetic tendency that Defilpo faces, a search work that usually falls into the surreal exercise of concealing the generally daily content is noted, which prevents its access to a wide spectrum of public.

With his name and together with Nebbia's, he recorded another album, “Toda canción sera plegaria”, which was released in Mexico on vinyl and years later on CD, in our country.

They shared music and poetry in more than 60 songs. Most of them are in the albums from almost the mid-'70s: "Melopea", "Fuera del cielo", "El vendedor de promesas", "Bazar de los milagros", among others.

At the beginning of the eighties, the couple put an end to their sentimental relationship, taking different courses.

In his hidden return, he dedicated himself to his poetic work, with a realistic tone, which includes the books “Después de Darwin” (1983),  “Malezas” (1985),  both from the publishing house "Ultimo Reino", and "Matices” (1991). Some of his poems, such as "Lo inasible" are published in 200 years of Argentine poetry, the anthology edited by Alfaguara with a selection and prologue by Jorge Monteleone.

Many times his lyrics were criticized as intellectual and hermetic. Only with the passage of time will people find extraordinary value in his lyrics and poetry.



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