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Costa Blanca - Viaje A Prantía mp3

Performer: Costa Blanca
Title: Viaje A Prantía
Country: Spain
Catalog Number: AP 2000, AP-2000
Label: Aphrodita Discos
Released: 1977
Style: Prog Rock, Fusion, Jazz-Rock
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 043

Tracklist

1Cuando El Coco Se Viste De Gris
Written-By – Alain Fabrizio
6:55
2Tijal
Written-By – Chiki Navarret, Napi Carratalá
6:55
3El Caminito Que No Mola
Written-By – Alain Fabrizio, Chiki Navarret, Napi Carratalá
14:23
4Viaje A Prantia
Written-By – Alain Fabrizio, Chiki Navarret, Napi Carratalá, Pedro Barceló
10:10
5El Barón De Fimestrad
Written-By – Chiki Navarret, Napi Carratalá
9:27

Credits

  • Arranged ByCosta Blanca
  • Bass [Uncredited, Pictured]Chiki Navarret
  • Drums [Uncredited, Pictured]Pedro Barceló
  • Guitar [Uncredited, Pictured]Napi Carratalá
  • Producer [Prod. Artistica]Francisco Posta
  • Producer [Prod. Ejec.]Alfonso Guzman
  • Saxophone [Uncredited, Pictured]Alain Fabrizio

Notes

Track B3 title: Cuando El Coco Se Viste De Gris on label, Cuando El Coco Se Vista De Gris on cover.
Comes with lyrics insert

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: S.G.A.E.
  • Depósito Legal: M. 41600-1977

Companies

  • Record Company – Dial Discos, S.A.

Video

Album

Viaje a Prantia. 5 tracks 47:50. COSTA BLANCA - Viaje A Prantia. Jazz music community with review and forums. 0 rating 0 review. Album 1977. Filed under Jazz Related Rock By COSTA BLANCA. Viaje A Prantia 10:18 A2. El Baron De Fimestrad 9:21 B1. El Caminito Que No Mola 14:13 B2. Costa Blanca Viaje A Prantía. 레이블: Aphrodita Discos AP 2000, Aphrodita Discos AP-2000. The band all extremely talented musicians had planned on a second album with Afrodita discos, and I understand that some recording are floating around there, but never released. In their live performance from that January 1978 they played a new tune as well as an excellent version of Weather Report Birdland. You can buy Album Viaje A Prantia Vinyl 1977 - Costa Blanca. Listen online top songs Costa Blanca. Download the latest song of Viaje A Prantia Vinyl: El Caminito Que No Mola. Costa Blanca - Viaje A Prantia Vinyl. Progressive Rock. Release type: Album. Release source: Vinyl. Year: 1977. Costa Blanca - Viaje A Prantia. Wayra - Viaje A La Montaa. Viaje A Ixtlan - Viaje A Ixtlan. Infamus - Viaje A La Desolacion Humana. Bruno Pronsato - Viaje A La Luna. La Union - Viaje A Ninguna Parte. It extends from the town of Dénia in the north, beyond which lies the Costa del Azahar or Costa dels Tarongers, to Pilar de la Horadada in the south, beyond which lies the Costa Cálida. Costa Blanca has a well-developed tourism industry and is a popular destination for British and German tourists. Add album to Cart. Viaje A Prantia. FANTASTIQUE COSTA BLANCA . titiritiando contiti. Costa Blanca - Viaje a Prantia Álbum completo. kunkeiro69. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Foto Costa Blanca, Benidorm, Spain. Fotógrafo profesional en los municipios de la Costa Blanca. Professional photographer in the

Reviews (2)
Dreladred
I saw this band in a small club in Benidorm Spain on January 14 1978, recorded them live on a small tapeplayer, bought the album had them sign it, this is one of my most treasured records, and I played it nearly to death. Costa Blanca was easily Spain’s best jazz rock band, unfortunately they did not last like many Spanish bands usually due to military service interruptions. In Costa Blancas case Drummer Pedrito had to serve, and Saxophonist Alain was from France and working illegally and thrown out of the country. Pedrito resurfaces in other bands, and guitarist Napi Carratalá played with another band from Alicante called Mediterráneo.
The band all extremely talented musicians had planned on a second album with Afrodita discos, and I understand that some recording are floating around there, but never released. In their live performance from that January 1978 they played a new tune as well as an excellent version of Weather Report Birdland .

Modifyn
Reputedly, this is the rarest of all Spanish 1970's prog albums, with only 400 copies pressed. Could be true, as info on the LP is very scarce. Without a doubt, this is the finest Spanish jazz-rock album I've encountered to date. Think Perigeo, a bit of Weather Report, a touch of Iceberg (before they got too fiddly), with some obvious Spanish cultural references, top quality musicianship and many ideas all of their own. The only musician that seems to have continued after this is the drummer Pedro Barceló (seemingly still active today) and this album features a lengthy drum solo by him.

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