18 'from the sun - A 18' del sol
|18 'from the Sun|
|Studio album of Luis Alberto Spinetta|
|Publication||October 7, 1977|
|Recording||CBS Studios, Buenos Aires|
|Genders)||Rock, jazz rock|
|Record label||CBS (Columbia / Sony Music Reissues)|
|Producer (s)||Luis Alberto Spinetta|
Chronology of Luis Alberto Spinetta
|Chronology of Luis Alberto Spinetta (soloist)|
|Singles from 18 'from the Sun|
This album marked Spinetta's tenth record participation, either alone or with one of his bands. Despite its limited diffusion, it is one of the most sophisticated and high- quality works by "Flaco", being his closest album to jazz fusion , where the impeccable execution and virtuosity of Luis and his musicians stand out. The atmosphere of the album, somewhat removed from rock , is delicate and smooth. [ 1 ]
Spinetta's poetic style is clearly expressed on this album, whose lyrics, lacking any allusion to the reality of the time, are timeless and profound. A 18 'del Sol , is a varied album, with instrumental themes, such as Telgopor , and A 18' del Sol and an acoustic theme ( Song for the days of life ).
The name of the album (18 'from the Sun) is due to the attempt to reflect the distance between the earth and the sun (measured in light speed ). There was an inadvertent mistake and ten minutes "left over", but it was decided to leave the title as it was originally set anyway. [ 2 ]
List of topics
All the songs composed and arranged by Luis Alberto Spinetta.
|2.||«Telgopor (Instrumental) »||2:50|
|4.||"18 'from the Sun (Instrumental) "||5:30|
|5.||" Song for the days of life "||5:49|
|6.||"All the life have music today"||4:41|
|7.||"Where's The Topaz?"||5:11|
- Luis Alberto Spinetta : Guitar and voice.
- Carlos Alberto Machi Rufino : bass Jazz Bass.
- Diego Rapoport : Keyboards.
- Osvaldo Adrián López : Drums.
- Marcelo Vidal: Bass in Azure Wind
- Gustavo Spinetta : Drums in Azure Wind
- Kleinman, Claudio (May 31, 2003). "The most influential artist in the history of national rock . " Page / 12 . Retrieved January 31, 2016 .