Serú Girán was an Argentine rock supergroup. It is considered one of the best in the history of Rock en Español, both musically, and conceptually and staging. It is also renowned for the virtuosity of its musicians. The official presentation of the debut album Serú Girán was held in Estadio Obras Sanitarias on November 3 in 1978 with an orchestra of 24 musicians (string section and wind) and closed circuit television. In the back of the stage, a giant screen showing addressing the musicians on stage. Lebón, Aznar and Moro were dressed in white, while Charly chose a jacket, a black mesh bag and snickers.
The beginnings of the band were difficult. Its first album, Serú Girán (released in 1978), did not have a good reception even though some of its songs (notably "Seminare" and "Eiti Leda") would become public anthems. The first public appearance of the band was in a boat over the Riachuelo. What inspired García to do this was the revolutionary band "Los Jóvenes de Ayer"
Complete your Serú Girán collection. Todos los teas son de Charly Garcia, salvo el indicado. Compaginación: Elsa Ferreyra.
El mejor álbum de Serú Girán para mí, una de las mejores bandas de la historia del Rock. I bought this album in Buenos Aires for 22 peos, at a time when the peso was tied to the US dollar. Ouch! If you need a comparison, think Elton John 1973 ("Goodbye Yellow Brick Road") vs Elton John 2004 (all filler, all crap).
Download MP3. Seru Giran. 1 2 3 4 5. Artist songs.
Serú Girán was an Argentine rock supergroup. It is considered one of the best in the history of Rock en español, both musically and conceptually, including the staging. The first album from Seru Giran is the definitive set of progresive latin-rock. With four of the greatest musicians from Argentina (Charly Garcia, David Lebón, Pedro Aznar and Oscar Moro) and an orchestra, their sound is outstanding and original, but isn't a good introduction to the band because they'll change the approach with their next album
Cosmigonón Gisofanía Serú girán Paralía Narcisolón Solidaría Serú girán Serú girán Paralía Eiti leda Luminería caracó A. .lirán ivino Parastaría necesari eri desi oia Seminare narcisolesa desi oia serilerilán Eiti leda luminería caracó. In 1978, Charly García formed the band Serú Girán. This self-titled song appears on their first album, also titled Serú Girán. The lyrics are quite striking because they appear to have no meaning. In fact, this was the band’s creative way of bypassing censorship. With four of the greatest musicians from Argentina (Charly Garcia, David Lebón, Pedro Aznar and Oscar Moro) and an orchestra, their sound is outstanding and original, but isn't a good introduction to the band because they'll change the approach with their next album
|A2||El Fantasma De Canterville||4:51|
|A3||Voy A Mil||3:07|
|A4||Autos, Jets, Aviones, Barcos||4:12|
|B1||La Grasa De Las Capitales||4:27|
|B4||El Mendigo En El Anden||3:47|