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Panal

Panal


Paisajes De Catamarca
Paisajes De Catamarca
Si Somos Americanos
Si Somos Americanos
Alma Llanera
Alma Llanera
Limeña
Limeña
Recuerdos De Ipacaraí
Recuerdos De Ipacaraí
Cucurrucucú, Paloma
Cucurrucucú, Paloma
El Huamahuaqueño
El Huamahuaqueño
Lamento Borincano
Lamento Borincano
SKU: VAMPI 238  |  , ,

Very rare Chilean album that blends folk and rock in a similar way to one of the most successful bands on IRT: Los Jaivas.

A roster of very experienced and talented musicians, including some members of Aguaturbia, was recruited for this project and this self-titled album was finally released in 1973.

Fierce percussions, stunning guitar riffs and filtered voices create a unique sound across this only album by Panal.

First official reissue with remastered sound from the original master tapes.

Panal was born following the IRT director’s will to put together a group that would blend folk and rock in a similar way to one of the most successful bands in the Chilean label: Los Jaivas. A roster of very experienced and talented musicians was recruited for this project and this self-titled album was finally released in 1973.

Fierce percussions, stunning guitar riffs and filtered voices create a unique sound across this only album by Panal. The guitar of Carlos Corales (also founder of Aguaturbia) shows resemblances of Santana’s style and Franz Benko’s work on the production adds a fresh twist and renewed touch to the featured repertoire.

Shortly after the coup, the group disbanded, leaving behind this masterpiece.

First official reissue with remastered sound from the original master tapes.


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Paisajes De Catamarca
Paisajes De Catamarca
Si Somos Americanos
Si Somos Americanos
Alma Llanera
Alma Llanera
Limeña
Limeña
Recuerdos De Ipacaraí
Recuerdos De Ipacaraí
Cucurrucucú, Paloma
Cucurrucucú, Paloma
El Huamahuaqueño
El Huamahuaqueño
Lamento Borincano
Lamento Borincano

Very rare Chilean album that blends folk and rock in a similar way to one of the most successful bands on IRT: Los Jaivas.

A roster of very experienced and talented musicians, including some members of Aguaturbia, was recruited for this project and this self-titled album was finally released in 1973.

Fierce percussions, stunning guitar riffs and filtered voices create a unique sound across this only album by Panal.

First official reissue with remastered sound from the original master tapes.

Panal was born following the IRT director’s will to put together a group that would blend folk and rock in a similar way to one of the most successful bands in the Chilean label: Los Jaivas. A roster of very experienced and talented musicians was recruited for this project and this self-titled album was finally released in 1973.

Fierce percussions, stunning guitar riffs and filtered voices create a unique sound across this only album by Panal. The guitar of Carlos Corales (also founder of Aguaturbia) shows resemblances of Santana’s style and Franz Benko’s work on the production adds a fresh twist and renewed touch to the featured repertoire.

Shortly after the coup, the group disbanded, leaving behind this masterpiece.

First official reissue with remastered sound from the original master tapes.

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Panal

Paisajes De Catamarca
Paisajes De Catamarca
Si Somos Americanos
Si Somos Americanos
Alma Llanera
Alma Llanera
Limeña
Limeña
Recuerdos De Ipacaraí
Recuerdos De Ipacaraí
Cucurrucucú, Paloma
Cucurrucucú, Paloma
El Huamahuaqueño
El Huamahuaqueño
Lamento Borincano
Lamento Borincano
SKU: VAMPI 238  |  , ,

Very rare Chilean album that blends folk and rock in a similar way to one of the most successful bands on IRT: Los Jaivas.

A roster of very experienced and talented musicians, including some members of Aguaturbia, was recruited for this project and this self-titled album was finally released in 1973.

Fierce percussions, stunning guitar riffs and filtered voices create a unique sound across this only album by Panal.

First official reissue with remastered sound from the original master tapes.

Panal was born following the IRT director’s will to put together a group that would blend folk and rock in a similar way to one of the most successful bands in the Chilean label: Los Jaivas. A roster of very experienced and talented musicians was recruited for this project and this self-titled album was finally released in 1973.

Fierce percussions, stunning guitar riffs and filtered voices create a unique sound across this only album by Panal. The guitar of Carlos Corales (also founder of Aguaturbia) shows resemblances of Santana’s style and Franz Benko’s work on the production adds a fresh twist and renewed touch to the featured repertoire.

Shortly after the coup, the group disbanded, leaving behind this masterpiece.

First official reissue with remastered sound from the original master tapes.


View cart

24,00


Panal

Panal

Paisajes De Catamarca
Paisajes De Catamarca
Si Somos Americanos
Si Somos Americanos
Alma Llanera
Alma Llanera
Limeña
Limeña
Recuerdos De Ipacaraí
Recuerdos De Ipacaraí
Cucurrucucú, Paloma
Cucurrucucú, Paloma
El Huamahuaqueño
El Huamahuaqueño
Lamento Borincano
Lamento Borincano
Paisajes De Catamarca
Paisajes De Catamarca
Si Somos Americanos
Si Somos Americanos
Alma Llanera
Alma Llanera
Limeña
Limeña
Recuerdos De Ipacaraí
Recuerdos De Ipacaraí
Cucurrucucú, Paloma
Cucurrucucú, Paloma
El Huamahuaqueño
El Huamahuaqueño
Lamento Borincano
Lamento Borincano
SKU: VAMPI 238  |  , ,

Very rare Chilean album that blends folk and rock in a similar way to one of the most successful bands on IRT: Los Jaivas.

A roster of very experienced and talented musicians, including some members of Aguaturbia, was recruited for this project and this self-titled album was finally released in 1973.

Fierce percussions, stunning guitar riffs and filtered voices create a unique sound across this only album by Panal.

First official reissue with remastered sound from the original master tapes.

Panal was born following the IRT director’s will to put together a group that would blend folk and rock in a similar way to one of the most successful bands in the Chilean label: Los Jaivas. A roster of very experienced and talented musicians was recruited for this project and this self-titled album was finally released in 1973.

Fierce percussions, stunning guitar riffs and filtered voices create a unique sound across this only album by Panal. The guitar of Carlos Corales (also founder of Aguaturbia) shows resemblances of Santana’s style and Franz Benko’s work on the production adds a fresh twist and renewed touch to the featured repertoire.

Shortly after the coup, the group disbanded, leaving behind this masterpiece.

First official reissue with remastered sound from the original master tapes.

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