Sui Generis

Sui Generis were an Argentine folk-rock combo that recorded three studio albums and a two-volume live set between 1972 and 1975. The band were initially a duo comprised of keyboardist/vocalist Charly García and guitarist/vocalist Nito Mestre. The pair were augmented in the studio by assorted come-and-go players. Members: Charly García (keyboards, vocals), Nito Mestre (vocals, […]

Charly Garcia ‎– Parte de la Religión (1987)

Parte de la Religión is the fourth solo album by Argentinian musician/composer Charly Garcia, released in 1987 on CBS. Tracklist: A1. “Necesito tu amor” (3:36) A2. “Buscando un símbolo de paz” (4:43) A3. “Parte de la religión” (3:06) A4. “Rap de las hormigas” (3:14) A5. “Adela en el carrousel” (5:17) B1. “No voy en tren” […]

La Máquina De Hacer Pájaros ‎– Películas (1977)

Películas is the second of two albums by Argentinian supergroup La Máquina De Hacer Pájaros, released in 1977 on Microfón. Tracklist: A1. “Obertura 777” (4:55) A2. “Marilyn, la Cenicienta y las mujeres” (4:26) A3. “No te dejes desanimar” (4:10) A4. “Qué se puede hacer salvo ver películas” (6:17) B1. “Hipercandombe” (4:33) B2. “El vendedor de […]

La Máquina de Hacer Pájaros

La Máquina de Hacer Pájaros were an Argentine symphonic/jazz-rock band that released two albums on Microfón during 1976 and 1977. Formed in 1975, the band were the post-Sui Generis vehicle for musician Charly García, who simultaneously directed the one-off folk ensemble PorSuiGieco. Members: Charly García (keyboards, guitar, vocals), Carlos Cutaia (keyboards), Oscar Moro (drums), Gustavo Bazterrica (guitar, […]

Charly García

Charly García (born Oct. 23, 1951) is an Argentinian multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and songwriter who has been active since the early 1970s. He launched his career as half of the folk-rock duo Sui Generis, which issued three albums between 1972 and 1974. During the mid-’70s, he split time between the symphonic-rock quintet La Máquina de Hacer […]

Sui Generis ‎– Vida (1972)

Vida is the debut album by Argentinian folk-rock duo Sui Generis, released in 1972 on Microfón. Tracklist: A1. “Canción para mi muerte” (3:35) A2. “Necesito” (2:09) A3. “Dime quién me lo robó” (6:26) A4. “Estación” (1:28) A5. “Toma dos blues” (3:33) B1. “Natalio Ruiz, el hombrecito del sombrero gris” (3:42) B2. “Mariel y el capitán” […]