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Pro-Rock Ensamble - Música Para Los Perros


Performer: Pro-Rock Ensamble
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Album: Música Para Los Perros
Released: 1983
Style: Folk Rock, Jazz-Rock, Fusion
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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Comprador De Chatarra
Written-By – Justy Velázquez
A2 Los Junior's Beat
Written-By – Saúl Gaona
A3 Nada Podrá Suceder
Written-By – Antonio Jara
A4 La Telenovela
Written-By – Erenia López, Justy Velázquez
A5 Nace Un Nuevo Día
Written-By – Saúl Gaona
A6 Ego Kid Y Joe El Justiciero
Written-By – Saúl Gaona
B1 Ensamble 1
Written-By – Antonio Jara, Roberto Thompson, Saúl Gaona
B2 Pontyac
Written-By – Roberto Thompson

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar, Violin, Cover – Saúl Gaona
  • Bass, Vocals – Justy Velázquez
  • Design – Tom Collins
  • Drums – Toti Morel
  • Electric Guitar – Roberto Thompson
  • Electric Piano – Jorge Cáceres
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Jorge Krauch
  • Engineer [Sound Technician] – Rodolfo Valentino
  • Liner Notes – Mario Ferreiro
  • Saxophone – Angel Candia
  • Vocals – Antonio Jara

Notes

Recorded at Estudios Tayî, Asunción, Paraguay.
Manufactured by Gravaçôes Elétricas S.A. R.J., Brazil.
Sleeve printed at Imprenta Modelo S.A., Asunción, Paraguay.
C.G.C. 61.186.300/0003-63.

Mr_KiLLaURa
I was almost 16 years old when I met Saul Gaona at the "New York Disco Sound" record store. He had just returned from Brazil with a stack of around 100 LPs and 50 singles where this record was pressed. The sleeves printed in Paraguay were separated, and he began to glue them and put the records on them. I could not help pointing out that "Pontyac" must be written "Pontiac" (for the car). He just smiled at me and handed me the album "A Taste Of Passion" by Jean-Luc Ponty. Only the first cut sounded and he immediately made me listen to "Pontyac" and in that moment I understood the meaning.What a piece of suite! (5'53") The red guitar of the late Roberto Thompson, the drums of Toti Morel sounding reverberated with their cymbals marking counterpoint, and the magical violin of Saúl Gaona ...! (It's not an electric violin like Jean-Luc Ponty's)The rest of the album is not negligible, a hot saxophone in a sexy tune "Comprador De Chatarra" the hoarse vocals of Antonio Jara on the parody to hard rock "Los Junior's Beat".The only objection that I make is to "Ego Kid y el Justiciero" (a western ballad) Here it has received a treatment of "old radio" and it sounds very different from its version in 7 ".Needless to say that this is the first album recorded by a rock group from Paraguay. It was reissued in CD by 1994 and CDr by 2000 with two live bonus tracks.