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La Grasa De Las Capitales
Seru Giran
La Grasa De Las Capitales
Genres: Pop, Rock, Latin Music
Includes Charly Garcia, David Lebon, Oscar Moro and Pedro Axnar.


CD Details

All Artists: Seru Giran
Title: La Grasa De Las Capitales
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Music Hall
Release Date: 6/27/1992
Genres: Pop, Rock, Latin Music
Style: Latin Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 043011007521


Album Description
Includes Charly Garcia, David Lebon, Oscar Moro and Pedro Axnar.

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CD Reviews

Great album, one of the best in latin rock...
DaRkSoL | Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexico | 04/05/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I suppose this album fits under a number of genres such as rock,
prog-rock, fusion or pop-fusion but no matter where you put it
it will shine as a really great album, perhaps the only album to
really live up to Seru Giran's towering reputation as "The
Argentine Beatles".What makes this CD so good? The songwriting is amazing, all the
tunes are put together flawlessly, great chord changes and some
very introspective lyrics. The playing is top notch, featuring
Pedro Aznar's gorgeous fretless bass, Charly Garcia's rocking
synthesizer and piano lines, Oscar Moro's amazing sense of time
and feel and David Lebon's great guitar playing on most every
track. You get the sensation the band is "on" all the time
without ever getting the impression they're just noodling around.Stand-out tracks (for me of course) are "La Grasa..." with it's
somewhat Zappa-esque sense of humor and fast-paced playing,
"Perro Andaluz", a great bittersweet lovesong, "Noche De Perros"
with Pedro's almost liquid sense of phrasing adorning every bar
with beautiful fretless melodies and of course, the argentinian
rock standard "Viernes 3 A.M.", a tearjerker which will probably
take a while to leave your mind. Perhaps the only track I don't like is "Los Sobrevivientes", but
listening to the album all the way through you barely even feel
the song. I suppose Charly's high-pitched voice and the language
barrier might stop some people from enjoying this CD as much as
I do, but anyone with an appreciation for great playing (bassists
especially) and good songwriting will probably get a lot out of
this argentinian classic. Essential."