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Polifemo - Polifemo 1976 (Argentina, Blues-Rock) The debut album from Buenos Aires (only 2 albums).

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This album has an average beat per minute of 145 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 104/181 BPM).

La Fábula de Polifemo y Galatea (The Fable of Polyphemus and Galatea), or simply the Polifemo, is a literary work written by Spanish poet Luis de Góngora y Argote. The poem, though borrowing heavily from prior literary sources of Greek and Roman Antiquity, attempts to go beyond the established versions of the myth by reconfiguring the narrative structure handed down by Ovid

9. Suéltate Rock and Roll (Bonus Track) Lyrics.

POLIFEMO is a Crossover Prog, Progressive Rock artist from Argentina. Unfortunately,before the album came out,the band broke out and Fogliatta was left ''holding the baby''. He apperantly finished producing the album by himself.

B&b Polifemo Etna.

Polifemo ‎– Polifemo. Label: EMI ‎– 302 3. Format: CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered.

Nicola Antonio Porpora. Voice(s) and Orchestra.

Tracklist

Qué Hago Yo Aquí
Doce Caras
Tu Forma Real
Vamos Al Campo
Flotando
Dueña Del Confort
Tema De Los Devotos

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
8334 Polifemo Polifemo ‎(LP) EMI 8334 Argentina 1976
WPC6-8471 Polifemo Polifemo ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) World Psychedelia Ltd. WPC6-8471 South Korea 2003
0946 3891302 3 Polifemo Polifemo ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) EMI 0946 3891302 3 Argentina 2007


Polifemo - Polifemo FLAC album

Performer: Polifemo

Title: Polifemo

Country: Argentina

Date of release: 1976

Style: Prog Rock

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1191 mb

Size FLAC: 1704 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 159

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Dolid
The funny thing about a lot of South American 1970s "prog" is that the wide range of cultural and international influences often make it sound as though it's from another planet! Like with this, the style is both pretty mainstream: typical Latino cultural references, and quite a broad range of US influences from West Coast psychedelia to Country music. But the way they put it together and/or juxtapose these elements makes it all very different. So, what we have here is an album that's kind of prog and isn't, sounds 60s although instrumentally it's obviously 70s. A curio, however I like the cover more than the music!
Dolid
The funny thing about a lot of South American 1970s "prog" is that the wide range of cultural and international influences often make it sound as though it's from another planet! Like with this, the style is both pretty mainstream: typical Latino cultural references, and quite a broad range of US influences from West Coast psychedelia to Country music. But the way they put it together and/or juxtapose these elements makes it all very different. So, what we have here is an album that's kind of prog and isn't, sounds 60s although instrumentally it's obviously 70s. A curio, however I like the cover more than the music!