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Bibliography

  • Historias del Rock de acá - (1995)
  • Dioptría - (2001) Poesía
  • Sí a la inseguridad - (2003) Poesía
  • Pequeñas anécdotas del Rock de acá - (2004)
  • Buen viaje - (2005) Poesía
  • Dioptría - (2005) CD Poesía + música
  • La voz de la conciencia - (2006) CD Poesía + música
  • Tiburones - un viaje a Florida - (2006) Cuentos
  • Puño y letra - (2008) Poesía
  • Ida y vuelta a La Boca - (2008) Cuentos
  • Rock de acá - 1 - Los primeros años - (2009) - (2015)
  • Rock de acá - 2 - (2011)
  • Billy Bond y La Pesada del Rock and Roll - Cada día somos más - (2016)
  • Almendra - Figuración - (2017)
  • Manal - No hay tiempo de más - (2017)
  • Los Gatos - Beat Nº 1 - (2017)
  • Moris - Fiebre de vivir - (2017)
  • Miguel Abuelo - Himno de mi corazón - (2017)
  • Charly García - Inconsciente colectivo - (2018)
  • Spinetta - Credulidad - (2018)
  • Vox Dei - Vox Dei según Vox Dei - (2018)

 

 

Ezequiel Ábalos

Writer, journalist and poet. He work in browdcasting since 1993. He started in “Rock & Pop” (1993-1995), went through FM “La Boca” and FM “Radioactiva” and since 1997 he has been in FM “La Tribu” 88.7 from monday to friday from 2pm to 4pm. He shares his 5 radio shows with Pipo Lernoud, Osvaldo Vigna, Tom Lupo, Eduardo Nocera, Javo Martínez and Luis Aranosky.

Rock Journalist, wrote two years “Music Expert” magazine and in the 12 issues of the second stage of “El Porteño” between 1999 and 2000.

He worked in the magazines “RTM El Porteño” and “Music Expert”, and participated in the programs "Rock & Sports" in América Sports, "Volver Rock" in Volver channel and “Quizás porqué” for Encuentro channel. It was also part of the “Mandioca, la madre de los chicos”series of programs in 2012.

He edited history books about Rock in Argentina“Historias del Rock de acá” (1995) Editora AC, “Pequeñas anécdotas del Rock de acá”, (2004) author edition and in 2009 “Rock de Acá - 1 - Los primeros años” - author edition, which includes a CD with 6 hours of interviews with the pioneers of Rock in Argentina.

Integra the UMI, Union of Independent Musicians, and edited three CDs of poetry. “Dioptría”, with music by Futbol (2005), “La voz de la conciencia” (2006) and “ ”, with music by Axel Krygier and bases of Pampas Eléctricas (2008).

It is part of the FLIA; And published four books of poetry, “Dioptría” (2001), “Sí a la inseguridad” (2003), “Buen viaje” (2005) and “Puño y letra” (2008) and two story books about his trips around the city of Buenos Aires, “Tiburones, un viaje a Florida” (2007) and “Ida y vuelta a La Boca” - (2008).

Write and edit a Rock collection here, with bands and soloists from the 70's: "Billy Bond y La Pesada del Rock and Roll - Cada día somos más" - (2016), "Almendra - Figuración" - (2017), "Manal - No hay tiempo de más" - (2017), “Los Gatos - Beat Nº 1” - (2017), “Moris - Fiebre de vivir” - (2017),  “Miguel Abuelo - Himno de mi corazón” - (2017),  “Charly García - Inconsciente colectivo” - (2018), “Spinetta - Credulidad” - (2018) and “Vox Dei - Vox Dei según Vox Dei” - (2018).

 

 

Description

  • Almendra - Figuración - (2017)

 

Right after Almendra split in 1970, Luis Alberto Spinetta recorded songs for what would be: "Spinettalandia y sus amigos" and then ravels to Europe. On his return, he founded Pescado Rabioso and under that name, three albums were released: "Desatormentándonos", "Pescado 2" and "Artaud". In 1974, he formed Invisible and recorded three albums: "Invisible", "Durazno Sangrando" and "El jardín de los presentes." After recording "A 18' del sol" as a soloist and "Only Love Can Sustain" (in English in the US - also going solo), he successfully brought Almendra back together again in 1979, and in 1980, he formed Spinetta Jade. Credulity encompassed the prolific seventies' phase of this musician, poet, and artist, who with his talent and genius, gave credibility to Rock from here.

 

 

Information

* Ezequiel Ábalos official Facebook

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