Polifemo were an Argentine hard-rock/jazz-rock band that released two albums on EMI during 1976 and 1977. The band was comprised of noted journeymen on the Buenos Aires scene, including guitarist/vocalist David Lebón (Color Humano, Pescado Rabioso, Pappo’s Blues), bassist Rinaldo Rafanelli (Color Humano, Sui Generis), and keyboardist Ciro Fogliatta (Los Gatos, Sacramento, Espíritu).

Members: David Lebón (guitar, vocals), Rinaldo Rafanelli (bass, keyboards, vocals), Juan Rodriguez (drums), Ciro Fogliatta (keyboards, mellotron, Moog, 1976-77)

After Polifemo folded, Lebón teamed with Charly García and Pedro Aznar in the popular art-pop combo Serú Girán.


  • Polifemo (1976)
  • Polifemo II (1977)

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