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Discography

  • Pastoral -  (1974)
  • En el hospicio - (1975)
  • Humanos - (1976)
  • Atrapados en el cielo - (1977)
  • Mensaje mágico / Reflejos del hombre - (1977) Single
  • De Michele-Eurasquín - (1979)
  • Generación - (1982)
  • El álbum - (1988) (Compilado)
  • Estadio Obras - (2 CDs) - (1983)

 

 

Members featured in the album

  • Pastoral -  (1974)

 

ALEJANDRO DE MICHELE - Guitar and vocals

MIGUEL ANGEL EURASQUÍN - Guitar and vocals

 

Members featured in the album

  • De Michele-Eurasquín - (1979)

 

ALEJANDRO DE MICHELE - Lead vocals, 6 & 12 strings acoustic and electric guitars and chorus

MIGUEL ANGEL EURASQUÍN - Acoustic, electric and spanish guitars, vocals and chorus

 

Guest musicians:

JORGE CUMBO - Sikus and acousti guitar

FRANCISCO OSTERSEK - Bass

DANIEL COLOMBRES - Drums

LITO EPUMER - Electric guitar

MANOLO YANES - Keyborads and Mellotron

HUGO VILLARREAL  - Bass

RODOLFO MESSINA - Drums

DAVID IMPELLUSO - Keyborads

OSKY AMANTE - Percussion

HÉCTOR MARTÍNEZ - Bass

GUILLERMO LÓPEZ GALÁN - Drums

ADRIANA PORRECA - Keyborads

 

Members featured in the album

  • Estadio Obras - (2 CDs) - (1983)

 

ALEJANDRO DE MICHELE - Lead vocals and 6 & 12 strings acoustic and electric guitars

MIGUEL ANGEL EURASQUÍN - Acoustic & electric guitars, harmonica, vocals and chorus

 

Guest musicians:

CLAUDIO “Pato” LOZA - Drums and percussion

GUSTAVO DONÉS - Electric bass

CARLOS GARCÍA LÓPEZ - Electric guitar

JUAN DEL BARRIO - Keyborads

 

 

Biography

Duet formed by Erausquín and De Michele, with acoustic music and simple lyrics. Their public appearance took place in 1974, almost at the same moment Sui Generis broke up and they were thus considered the "heirs" of García-Mestre. Throughout the years many musicians played with them, especially in the live concerts. As a support band, many musicians played such as Daddy Antogna, Hugo Villarreal, Pedro Aznar and Oscar Moro, the last two, two months before creating Serú Girán.

The debut took place in 1973 and they became gradually successful. Their personal style, both in the vocals and the compositions, consolidated them record after record. The album that finally popularized them was "En el hospicio" (1975), produced by Litto Nebbia.

Worn out by success, they broke up, though they had to record "De Michele - Eurasquín" due to contractual reasons (1979).

In 1981 they decided to organize their return, after unsuccessful solo careers. Therefore they recorded "Generación", their last album. On April 30 1983 they played for the last time in Obras. With a very modern sound, they demonstrated that they had not got stuck in the acoustic folk of the '70, and the repercussion was great. However, the duet had an abrupt final: the following month, Alejandro De Michele died in a car accident.

 

 

Information

* Pastoral official site