Ensamble Musical De Buenos Aires - La Biblia (Argentinian & Brazilian Versions) album FLAC
- Performer: Ensamble Musical De Buenos Aires
- Title: La Biblia (Argentinian & Brazilian Versions)
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: DMF RA MP3 AC3 ASF VOC AUD
- Released: 2015
- Style: Prog Rock
- MP3 album: 1539 mb
- FLAC album: 1322 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
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Orchestrated By – Ensamble Musical De Buenos AiresPiano – Carlos Cutaia, Gustavo Beytelmann. Guitar – Claudio GabisOrchestrated By – Ensamble Musical De Buenos AiresVoice – David Lebon. Opera Rock version of Vox Dei (2) - La Biblia (Según Vox Dei). Organized by Billy Bond, it involved nearly all artists of the Argentine Rock scene, including the entire La Pesada del Rock & Roll circle, Charly Garcia and Nito Mestre and the members of Pescado Rabioso, though Spinetta himself didn't participate.
La Biblia (pronounced ; Spanish for "The Bible") is the second studio album by the Argentine band Vox Dei, released as a double album on March 15, 1971 by Disc Jockey Records. Considered a milestone of nascent Argentine rock, as well as one of the first rock operas and concept albums of rock en español, La Biblia centers on the Bible's narrative, starting from Genesis and concluding with the Apocalypse. Utilising the classical musicians of the Ensamble Musical de Buenos Aires, the album featured various important Argentinian rock musicians including Bond, members of the band La Pesada del Rock & Roll, members of the band Pescado Rabioso, Raul Porchetto, and members of the band Sui Generis, all under the artistic direction of pianist and composer Gustavo Beytelmann. Produced by Jorge Álvarez, the album, La Biblia, was released in 1974 on the label Talent Cat SE-515.
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