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PAPPO`S BLUES "Volumen 3"
Rare 12" 9-track MH ES ARGENTINA 2389 33rpm LP 1972 ARGENTINA

A native of the middle-class La Paternal neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Pappo started playing the guitar at the age of ten, and became active in Argentine rock since its beginnings; Pappo was a force in its transition from English to Spanish as guitarist of Los Gatos , the first rock band to enter the mainstream charts in Argentina. He also played in the first incarnation of cult band Los Abuelos de la Nada and in the quasi-psychedelic La Pesada del Rock and Roll .
With his band, Pappo's Blues, he recorded and toured extensively. He became an underground working-class hero, but received no radio airplay. In the mid-1970s, Pappo spent some time in Brazil and also in England, playing alongside Peter Green (formerly of Fleetwood Mac), Lemmy (who later achieved fame with Motörhead), Hannibal Reitano (member of "Comandante Energía"), and other rock and blues greats.

Soon afterwards Pappo recruited drummer Pomo and bassist Machi for the best remembered line-up of Pappo's Blues and recorded his best LP: Volúmen 3. This album opens with the speed instrumental "Stratocaster boogie" and includes "Pájaro metálico", the classic "Sucio y desprolijo", the enigmatic "Sándwiches de miga" and the superb blues "Siempre
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