Fito Paez “S.T.”

Fito Paez “S.T.”

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Fito Paez
Fito Paez
EMI (Brazil) 1986
31C 064 424162 (LP)
sleeve : VG+(TEOC, wear o edge and corner, wrinkle on two corners. label on side A :TEOC)
media : EX/EX(some slightly surface noises.)

Fito Paez is a singer/songwriter/pianist from Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina, who is also a talented composer and arranger, including vocal participation in Charly Garcia's works, collaboration with Spinetta, and songwriting for Juan Carlos Bagrietto and others. This is the compilation album released from Brazil in 1986. In addition to songs selected from his first album "Del 63" and second album "Giros," there is one song that is not included on the album, and new version of "La Rumba Del Piano" recorded in Rio de Janeiro with Caetano Veloso and Brazilian musicians. Sounds digitized rock like a mainstream, but Paez's sense is cutting edge, and his Spanish vocals make it sound cool, which is magical. A4/B1/B4 are the best. There is no Argentine pressing of this album, and only the Brazilian and Peruvian pressing seems to exist.

A4: Cable A Tierra
B1: Narciso Y Quasimodo
B4: Yo Vengo A Oferecer Mi Corazon

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