Viajero Inmóvil - Difusión de grupos progresivos independientes

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Discography

  • El mandato/Vuelve el día a reinar - (1972) (single)
  • Alguien más en quien confiar/Blues del atardecer - (1973) (single)
  • El Reloj - (1975)
  • El Reloj II - (1976)
  • La esencia es la misma - (1983)
  • Santos y verdugos - (1994)
  • Cronología I - (1995) (First album)
  • Cronología II - (1995) (Second album)
  • Hombre de hoy - (1999)
  • Mercado de almas - (2002)
  • En concierto - (2 CDs) - (2003)

 

 

Members featured in the album

  • El Reloj - (1975)


WILLY GARDI - Guitar and vocals

OSVALDO ZABALA - Guitar

EDUARDO FREZZA - Bass and leader vocals

LUIS ALBERTO VALENTI - Keyboard and vocals

JUAN ESPÓSITO - Drums and vocals

 

Members featured in the album

  • El Reloj II - (1976)


EDUARDO FREZZA - Bass

JUAN ESPÓSITO - Drums

LUIS ALBERTO VALENTI - Keyboard

OSVALDO ZABALA - Guitar

CARLITOS MIRA - Guitar

FERNANDO GARDI - Guitar

 

Members featured in the album

  • Hombre de hoy - (1999)

 

OSVALDO ZABALA - Guitars

LUIS ALBERTO VALENTI - Keyboard and vocals

JUAN ESPÓSITO - Drums and  percussion

JORGE MARTÍNEZ - Leader vocals and guitar

JORGE GÓMEZ - Bass

 

Members featured in the album

  • Mercado de almas - (2002)

 

LUIS ALBERTO VALENTI - Keyboard and chorus

OSVALDO ZABALA - Guitars

JUAN ESPÓSITO - Drums and percussion

“POLACO” RIEDEL - Bass

GUSTAVO CIPRIANO - Vocals

 

Guest musician:

CLAUDIO MARCIELLO - Electric guitar

 

 

Biography

This heavy-rock band was created in 1971 highly influenced by Deep Purple. They played for the first time at Cinema Monumental and among all their line ups were guitarists: Osvaldo Frascino, Osvaldo Blanco and Carlos Mira.

In 1972 they recorded their first single: "El mandato" / "Vuelve el día a reinar", but they were not positively criticized. They kept on playing in Pubs, where they were quite successful. They returned to the studios to record their second single ("Alguien más en quien confiar" / "Blues del atardecer"), which did not have great repercussion either. Their first LP was recorded in 1975. The following year they released another record, replacing heavy rock by a more symphonic style (in fashion at that moment), but they lost their old supporters without repercussion of the new style. This crisis made them break up.

In 1983 Gardi decided to dig up the name El Reloj to release a new album, "La esencia es la misma", although with a new line up : Petty Guelache (voice), Daniel Telis (guitar), Cristian Hubert (keyboards), Daniel Carli (bass) y Norberto Di Bella (drums). The new Reloj went unnoticed.

In 1989 tried to promote the band again, with Valenti, Espósito, Alberto Ceriotti (bass), Gustavo Mirande (voice) and Claudio Marciello (guitar), but although they played at different discotheques such as Halley, there was not too much feedback, so they broke up for good.. Gardi died in a car accident, in 1995.

Valenti, Espósito and Zabala gathered with Rodolfo Riedel (bass) and Jorge Martínez (voice) to make a new album in 1999: "Hombre de hoy".

In June of 2002 they entered again to studies to register a new work: "Mercado de almas",  that includes nine own subjects and a version of  "Hombres de Hierro", of León Gieco, chosen by the actuality of its letter, in spite of to be almost thirty years old.

 

 

Information

* Rock.com.ar Site

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