Combo Xingu Xingu

Musica & Entretenimiento | Item No: 996502
Vinyl LP | 2023 / EU – Original | New
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Xingu (1972) by Combo Xingu is released now on vinyl, from the original IRT masters!Combo Xingu was a short-lived band formed by students of the Chilean university of music, and ex members of the Beat Combo in 1971 and their career ended in 1973.They left two very original albums, being the first band to play soul and funk in Chile, with influence of the "nueva canción" and pop-rock touches. And a very powerful sound. In days of high politicization of music, the so-called New Song was undoubtedly the one that monopolized the media. In that environment appears the Combo Xingu, a band far from the Latin Americanist line and political ebullition, took elements of soul and funk to build this jewel mostly ignored at the time, which is his only legacy.Stevie Wonder and James Brown are their most notorious references, but they also bring their own personality and elements, especially in the song 'Black Power', as the band's position.It is also worth mentioning a memorable interpretation of Led Zeppelin's classic 'Moby Dick'. Far from the conjunctural, the band dissolves with only two years and one album to their credit, separated from the mainstream by a style that although it was very popular in the north, was of null diffusion in Chile, but they leave this unique piece as a sample of other bands that would come years later to continue their legacy, ahead for the times.
Item Details
Item No: 996502
Artist: Combo Xingu
Title: Xingu
Label: Musica & Entretenimiento
Format: Vinyl LP, Vinyl, LP
Pressing: EU – Original
Release Date: 2023
Genre: Rock & Indie
Style: Indierock | Alternative
Available since: 2023-04-20
Condition: New
Price: 35,99 €
Weight: 250g (plus 250g Packaging)
A1 Baja A Las Chiquillas
A2 Puente Sobre Aguas Turbulentas
A3 Tanga Boo Gonk
A4 No Permitas Que Me Interpreten Mal
A5 Moby Dick
B1 Black Power
B2 Hot Pants
B3 493 West
B4 Luces Brillantes
B5 Everybody's Everything
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