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Discografía

  • La gota 1996 - (1996)
  • Musica Original del Cortometraje 13 segundos - (1997) 
  • Rocktango - (CDr) - (2001)
  • Tractor - (2005) 
  • Galpón 11- (CDr) - (2009)  
  • Lavardén - DVDr - (2009)  
  • En vivo ProgeRock - (CDr) - (2011)  
  • Maestro - DVDr - (2013)  

 

 

Members featured in the album

  • Rocktango - (CDr) - (2001)

 

MARIANO MATTAR - Electric bass

HÉCTOR LAMBOGLIA - Drums and percussion

PABLO CEJAS - Midi guitar

CLAUDIO ZEMP - Electric guitar

 

Members featured in the album

  • Tractor - (2005) 

 

CLAUDIO ZEMP - Electric guitar

PABLO CEJAS - Midi guitar

MARIANO MATTAR - Bass

MARCELO SALI - Drums

 

Members featured in the album

  • Galpón 11- (CDr) - (2009)  

 

CLAUDIO ZEMP - Electric guitar

MARCELO SALI - Drums

MARIANO MATTAR - Bass

JORGE SUÁREZ - Keyboards

 

Members featured in the album

  • Lavardén - DVDr - (2009)  

 

CLAUDIO ZEMP - Electric guitar

MARCELO SALI - Drums

MARIANO MATTAR - Bass

JORGE SUÁREZ - Keyboards

 

Members featured in the album

  • En vivo ProgeRock - (CDr) - (2011)  

 

CLAUDIO ZEMP - Electric guitar

JORGE SUÁREZ - Keyboards

MARCELO SALI - Drums

MARCELO GALLEGO – Bass

 

Members featured in the album

  • Maestro - DVDr - (2013)  

 

CLAUDIO ZEMP - Electric guitar

ARIEL AGUILAR - Bandoneón

ESTEBAN PEREIRO - Keyboards

NICOLÁS SCOLAMIERI - Bass

MARCELO SALI - Drums

 

 

Biography

The story of LA GOTA began in the city of Rosario in 1994 when Claudio suggested to Pablo the idea of forming a band that played instrumental music. The objective was to make music that had the feel of rock, a certain sophistication of the fusion, and a fundamental ingredient; tango. This is because the both always followed the rock movement and fusion (Beatles, Spinetta, Pink Floyd, Zeppelin, Charly, Deep Purple, Santana, Sting, Corea, Gismonti, Metheny, Satriani, Vai, etc.) as they continued listening to tango; aspecially Piazzolla.

They started to meet up, rehearse, and improve material for a quartet made up of two electric guitarist (one of which had a midi system already incorporated), a bassist and a drummer. Pablo showed the material to Marcelo Gallego, a friend of his who was a bassist, who became interested in the project and joined the group…now they only needed a drummer.

One day, the door bell rang at Claudio’s house, and a guy, Hector, introducesed himself and his interest in the project and came with ideas and musical tastes which were quite similar to that of the rest of the band members.

After six months of practice, La Gota makes its debut on friday august 4th,1995, initiating a series of concerts which awakened a hidden enthusiasm in their audiences. Their rock/tango was a hit.

At the end of 1995, Marcelo left the band and was replaced by Carlos Velloso Colombres, a talented bassist from the city who joined during 1996. From this period remains a demo, recorded at a studio, and released to the media.

In `97, after playing as a trio (with sequenced basses), Mariano showed up, a multiinstrumentalist born in Los Surgentes (in he province of Córdoba), raised in Rosario, and played bass, joined La Gota.

In 1999, they recorded their 1st CD, which had 11 originals tracks, and was put on the market in 2001.

Towards the end of 2002, Hector left the group, and the position of drummer was occupied by Pablo Torres who has stayed with the band till the present.

Besides presentations in cycles and festivals, they have realized didactic clinics about digital technology which can be applied to their instruments, and composed the sound track of the miniseries “13 seconds” which was awarded by the National Institute of Films.

Something interesting about their fans is the differences of age and musical tastes.

 

 

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