Hernan Gomez - Hernán Gómez
|Birth name||Hernán Gómez Larenas|
|Birth|| June 26 , 1945 (75 years) |
|Years active||1968 - present|
|Genders||New Chilean Song , Latin American fusion , folk music [ 1 ]|
|Instruments||guitar , charango , dulcimer , flute , voice [ 1 ]|
|Type of voice||Baritone|
Luis Hernán Gómez Larenas ( Santiago de Chile , 26 of June of 1945 ), [ 2 ] better known as Hernán Gómez is a performer and composer Chilean , who was from 1968 to 2002 and from 2003 to the present, a intergrante active in the band Quilapayún , [ 1 ] participating in 31 of their 34 official albums. [ 3 ]
Son of Edmundo Horacio Gómez Larenas and Marta Larenas Gómez. [ 2 ]
Hernán Gómez joined Quilapayún in 1968, the same year and a little before Rodolfo Parada , and only three years after the founding of the band, in 1965. Hernán is invited by the member Willy Oddó , who joined the band the previous year , and who he also knew for being, like Gómez, an engineering student at the Technical University . His goal would be to replace Julio Carrasco on the strings, one of the founders of the band. [ 4 ]
At the beginning of what would be a fruitful musical era for the band, Eduardo Carrasco gives his companions an internal musical composition workshop, this work being patent in the 1975 album Adelante , which includes the song "Fiesta en la cocha" . whose lyrics were written by Hernán Gómez. This album also contains compositions by Willy Oddó , Rodolfo Parada and Hugo Lagos . [ 5 ]
After the return to Democracy in Chile in 1990, part of Quilapayún decided to stay, while others returned to Chile. Hernán will be one of those who return.
Return to Chile
In 2002 Hernán Gómez, along with Hugo Lagos , another member of the band who went to France and returned like him, decided to leave the band after several internal problems in the divided Quilapayún. However, they manage to resolve and the following year they meet again in the group with two key members, belonging to the first generation and who had left it long ago: Eduardo Carrasco and Carlos Quezada . This event in the band's history will be evident in the album « El reencuentro » , released in 2004 by the Quilapayún faction in Chile. [ 6 ]
- In Quilapayún
- 1969 - Quilapayún 3
- 1969 - Enough
- 1970 - Quilapayún 4
- 1970 - Cantata of Santa María de Iquique
- 1971 - Live Like Him
- 1972 - Quilapayún 5
- 1973 - The forge
- 1974 - A united nation can never be won
- 1975 - The united people will never be defeated
- 1975 - Onward
- 1976 - Homeland
- 1977 - The March and the Flag
- 1977 - Public Recording
- 1979 - Threshold
- 1980 - Surroundings
- 1980 - Give autumn a window shot so that summer runs through December
- 1982 - The Revolution and the Stars
- 1983 - Sings Neruda
- 1983 - Quilapayún in Argentina
- 1984 - Tralalí tralalá
- 1985 - Quilapayún in Argentina vol. 2
- 1987 - Survario
- 1988 - The Three Times of America
- 1989 - Quilapayún in Chile!
- 1992 - Latitudes
- 1998 - Anthology 1968-1992
- 1999 - To the horizon
- 2004 - The Reunion
- 2007 - Always
- 2009 - Soloists
- On the whole
- 2004 - Inti + Quila Music in memory
- In Quilapayún
- 1975 - Fiesta en la cocha (lyrics and part of the music with Quilapayún), from the album Adelante .
- 1976 - Recited and autobiographical cueca (lyrics), from the album Patria .
- 1976 - Patria de multitudes (lyrics), from the album Patria , Enregistrement Public and Alentours .
- 1992 - La batea.txt (lyrics of the 3rd version, with Rodolfo Parada ), from the album Latitudes y Antología 1968-1992 .
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- "Civil Registry of Chile" . Retrieved November 22, 2018 .
- "Quilapayun.com: Discography" . Archived from the original on February 9, 2011 . Retrieved May 6, 2011 .
- «Quilapayún.com: Beginnings» . Archived from the original on September 23, 2011 . Retrieved May 6, 2011 .
- «Quilapayún.com: The Exile» . Archived from the original on January 19, 2012 . Retrieved May 6, 2011 .
- «Quilapayún.com: Crisis and Reunion» . Archived from the original on September 21, 2011 . Retrieved May 6, 2011 .