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Discography

  • Octubre mes de cambios - (1972)
  • Primavera para un valle de lágrimas - (1973)
  • Chimango - (1974)
  • Retrato (1982)
  • Amante de cartón (1982)
  • Acuérdate de vivir, acuérdate de amar - (1982)
  • Balance provisional - (1983)
  • Al día siguiente - (1984)
  • RN - (1985)
  • Roque Narvaja - (1992)
  • Tal para cual - (1993)
  • Esponjas con vinagre - (1999)
  • Palabra por palabra - (2004)

 

 

Members featured in the album

  • Octubre, mes de cambios - (1972)


ROQUE NARVAJA - Guitars, charango, harmonica, flute and vocals

 

Guest Musicians:

LITTO NEBBIA - Piano, organ and chorus

CACHO ARCE - Drums

CACHO LAFALCE - Bass

MIGUEL CANTILO (Pedro) - Chorus

JORGE DURIETZ (Pablo) - Chorus

UÑA RAMOS - Quenas

DOMINGO CURA - Percussion

 

Members featured in the album

  • Primavera para un valle de lágrimas - (1973)


ROQUE NARVAJA - Guitars, harmonica, flute and vocals

 

Guest Musicians:

LITRO E MEDIA - Piano and organ

FREDDY ZOROGASTUA - Drums

ENRIQUE MALLORENS - Bass

RODOLFO ALCHURRON - Strings and chorus

 

 

Biography

This singer born in Córdoba recorded his first album in 1972, after playing guitar in La Jóven Guardia and bass in the band of Litto Nebbia. With increasingly politicized issue, he released two LPs, before settling in Spain. Without the tone of protest and a more pop style, it reached some impact on the Iberian radios. "Amante de cartón" was his next album diffusion in Argentina.

Joan Manuel Serrat said that "Roque is one of those people who is interested rain drops and the skies looking for lightning. It is an emblematic representative of a music without borders. I'm glad you're back. The old rockers never die."

After "Tal para cual" (1993) came a period of silence, until "Esponjas con vinagre" (1999) it is a recorded live album during a concert at a theater in Madrid.

 

 

Information

* Rock.com.ar site

# Apologies, translated by https://translate.google.com.ar