Capitol (US) 1979
ST-11952 (LP) Original inner sleeve (SPSE/TOC: 3 sides missing/tape repair)
sleeve : EX(corner rubbing)
media : EX-/EX-(a slight dust noise, and some light clouding that does not affect the playback sound)
The album was released in 1979 by Caldera, a fusion group formed in the U.S. by Argentine pianist Eduardo Del Barrio and other members including Jorge Strunz, Steve Taraglione and Mike Azeredo. The album was released in 1979 by Caldera, a fusion group formed in the U.S. with Steve Taraglione, Mike Azeredo, and others, and was heavily influenced by technical fusion groups such as The Report and Return to Forever, but also included elements of Latin folk music such as samba, Afro-Cuban, salsa, and tango. The album is a masterpiece of organic ethno-fusion, sublimated by the cosmic sound of electric piano played by Eduardo Del Barrio, Oberheim polyphonic synthesizer and Mini Moog.