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By Marcelo Fernandez Bitar

El rock en l. a. Argentina celebra su cumpleaños número 50 y esta es su historia. Autor de un libro mítico e inconseguible de 1987 (reeditado en 1993 y 1997), Marcelo Fernández Bitar agrega información y testimonios recopilados a lo largo de toda su carrera como periodista especializado, para ofrecer l. a. obra definitiva sobre l. a. música más well known de los angeles Argentina, esa que, como cube Adrián Dárgelos en su prólogo, es capaz de pelearle "el lugar en el airplay al estilo que se esté imponiendo".
Aquí están todos los nombres y todos los hechos, año a año. ¡Y todos los discos! Porque, además de ser un relato cronológico impecable e implacable sobre l. a. construcción de esa enormidad multiforma llamada "rock nacional", incluye l. a. discografía completa de estas cinco décadas. Un ejemplar único y enorme, para recordar, para descubrir y para que el rock jamás baje el volumen. Un clásico remasterizado.

"El rock aquí es todo ese sentido que, como felicidad o angustia, transgrede permanentemente un delgado hilo de los angeles realidad argentina, aun a costa de que al crecer luego uno se sienta como un turista marciano."
Luis Alberto Spinetta (de los angeles Introducción a los angeles primera edición, 1986)

"Este libro intenta registrar los angeles historia de las ediciones y apariciones en escena de los músicos y sus discos, lo que compone al rock nacional. Esta titánica tarea es una edición que conmemora 50 años de rock nacional."
Adrián Dárgelos

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El rock en los angeles Argentina celebra su cumpleaños número 50 y esta es su historia. Autor de un libro mítico e inconseguible de 1987 (reeditado en 1993 y 1997), Marcelo Fernández Bitar agrega información y testimonios recopilados a lo largo de toda su carrera como periodista especializado, para ofrecer los angeles obra definitiva sobre l. a. música más well known de l. a. Argentina, esa que, como cube Adrián Dárgelos en su prólogo, es capaz de pelearle "el lugar en el airplay al estilo que se esté imponiendo".

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The collection has since relocated to Fisherman’s Wharf, but in the late 90s it occupied a singularly spooky perch just below the Cliff House in an old, dim and mildewed space that served the arcane holdings well. On one such visit, the band members spied a most curious child. As Scott tells it, “We’re walking around looking at all this stuff, playing little things, and I turn around and there’s this little girl—I swear to god, she’s like ten years old—spitting fucking image of Anne Frank! Like you would not believe.

In the time between Avery and Aeroplane, Robert applied himself to the problem of finding a way to record Jeff’s guitar acoustically, into a mic rather than straight into the board, that both he and Jeff would be happy with. So while occasionally Jeff would resort to the line-in approach, or use it in tandem with ambient recording, on most tracks Robert captured the sound of the guitar strings through one of his treasured Neumann U 87 microphones. Robert says, “He didn’t like the way electric guitar sounded—he thought it sounded too standard, like everybody’s record.

A favorite story illustrating Marie’s unconventional attitude involves a parent–teacher conference called when Julian’s aunt was in elementary school. The guidance counselor asked what Marie felt would be an appropriate career path for her little girl. ” Small wonder then that when the call went out for the members of the new, touring version of Neutral Milk Hotel to coalesce, Grandma’s House was their destination. For Julian it was just a train ride in from the city. Jeremy came from Chicago.

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