Life Biography of Andres Calamaro
Andres Calamaro was born on August 22, 1961 and from an early age showed his musical inclinations. At age 8, playing the bandoneon and the 17 group was keyboardist candombe-rock roots, they recorded their first album. short time later would join Grandparents of Nothingness, one of the most iconic bands of Argentine rock, led by Miguel Abuelo, which would record five albums, leaving an indelible mark on two issues that are classics of pop music of his country: Thousand Hours and No Gamulán. Andres Calamaro participated as a guest in a number of groups in the future would meet the national rock paradigms: Pipo Cipolatti, Hilda Lizarazu, Chiche Alberti, Miguel Zabaleta and Faithfull Marianne, among others.In 1984 he debuted as a soloist in "Hotel Calamaro" produced in part by Charly Garcia and Fito Paez's participation in some subjects. Virtually ignored by the public and torn by critics of the time, the album did not get the expected results, although the time to take care of rescue unforgettable tracks like "Fabio Zerpa right" and "Another Love in Avellaneda." The following year Andres Calamaro joined The League, a band that used to accompany presentations Charly Garcia and recorded "Living Cruel" with notable guest musicians, including Flaco Spinetta.
The third solo work called "For Mirarte" nor was it expected sales success. The criticism was very good to her fourth album, "No one here gets out alive," recorded in 1989, yet the public still did not give her favors. In September 1991 Andres Calamaro decided to settle in Spain and there he formed the band Los Rodríguez with whom he recorded four albums and scored his biggest hit with "No Records" in 1993. Same time continuing to develop slowly but surely, his solo career and presented "Found Recordings Vol 1 & 2" which included a song that was overwhelming sales success: "You can not live of Love" back in the summer of 1994. In 1995 Andres Calamaro was invited to compose the soundtrack of two Argentine films: "Wild Horses" and "Mil Boomerangs" which included issues that transcended the big screen and enjoyed the approval of an audience that rediscovered an artist, molded perhaps by the self-chosen exile in Spain. Participate in the album "Chiapas" to benefit the Mexican Indians and in 1997 returned to his solo work editing "Riflemen" depicting one of his greatest achievements. In 2000 captures her fifth album "The Salmon" and then called silent for four years. Andres Calamaro retired from commercial channels, but its fame and prestige were consolidated to the rhythm of his classics. in 2004 brought out his work "El Cantante", an album almost acoustic, reflective songs including classical repertoire Latin American and three original songs and next year editing a live album "The Return" with a review of his entire career. Winner of the Gardel de Oro in 2006, immerses himself in popular music of Buenos Aires and released "Red Ink" with 10 classic tango musicians and performers recreated with guests. His last work in 2007 is "The Palace of Flowers" in collaboration with Litto Nebbia. prolific, consistent, innovative, Andres Calamaro is definitely an unavoidable reference in the context of Argentina's music lately.