Spanish band Bloque's first album was quite a solid record in terms of guitar-dominated melodic rock but not to be compared with their second one for example exhibiting much more resemblance with 70's Italian progressive rock acts like PFM. First track "Undecimo poder " could be described more or less as plain energetic guitar-dominated hard rock though having as well some nice Hammond organ sound.
BLOQUE blend synth and Spanish vocals with electric and acoustic guitar (lots of electric) in a wide variety of styles (some people dislike this). They were strongly influenced by the jazz, flamenco, and hard rock (a cross between THIN LIZZY and BLACK SABBATH). The album marks a number of positive upgrades in the sound of Bloque. Firstly, the Allman Brothers vibes are extremely reduced, if not absent, with the band heading for a more personal style. Second, the music sounds more compact, the songwriting more efficient and the instrumentation more balanced, even if the guitars remain the leading instruments. Third, while Bloque retain much of their.
Album · 1998 · 13 Songs. Música para la Eternidad.
from the album electronic body matrix 2 the bonus tracks. 21 September 2017 ·. sábado.
Artists Bloque Bloque. This album has an average beat per minute of 127 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 79/192 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 105BPM, ends at 173BPM (+68), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Bloque. Música para la libertad.
Bloque en Directo, 2018. Undécimo Poder, 06:07. Abelardo y Eloisa, 06:25.
This eight-piece Colombian collective combines classic-rock guitar crunch and Afro-pop rhythms with hip-hop flavor and traditional Latin beats to widely varying (and very mixed) results on their self-titled debut album. Their cultural nods are both heritage-affirming and convention-breaking; when leader Ivan Benavides raps ecstatic over pulsating percussion and wailing guitar, there's a wink in his eye and s lift in his voice that lets you in on his sardonic stance.
|A2||Abelardo Y Eloísa||7:41|
|A3||Salvación Por La Música||3:07|
|Conociendo A Abraxas|
|B1||Consultando El Tarot||6:23|
|B2||Fiesta De La Mar||2:07|
|B3||La Libre Creación||2:50|
|B5||La Noche Del Alquimista||4:49|
|B6||Conociendo A Abraxas||3:28|
- Distributed By – Zafiro, S.A.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CFE
- Copyright (c) – CFE
- Recorded At – Audiofilm
- Bass – Luis M. Pastor
- Composed By – F. L. Baños* (tracks: A2, B1), J. C. Gutiérrez* (tracks: A3, B4), J. J. Respuela* (tracks: A1, B6), L. M. Pastor* (tracks: B2, B3), S. F. Ruiz* (tracks: A4, B5)
- Drums, Percussion – Francisco L. Baños
- Engineer – Santiago Lardies
- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals – Juanjo Respuela
- Guitar, Vocals – Sixto F. Ruiz
- Organ, Mellotron, Synthesizer, Vocals – Juan Carlos Gutierrez
- Producer – Luis Soler, Vicente Romero
NotesGatefold cover with lyrics on the inside.
very similar to this release: Bloque - Bloque
Sleeve design and matrix numbers are exactly the same but label design differs. "STEREO" written on the right side etc.
Grabado en los estudios Audio Film, S.A. de Madrid del 19 al 23 de Diciembre de 1977, y mezclado el 7 de Enero de 1978.
Recorded at studios Audio Film, S.A. in Madrid from 19 to 23 December 1977, mixed 7 January 1978.
℗ 1878 CFE
© 1878 CFE
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): HS-35002 A♢ 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): HS-35002 B♢ 1
- Rights Society: SGAE
- Depósito Legal: M. 2.706-1978
- Price Code: Ⓖ
|HS-35002, HS-35.002||Bloque||Bloque (LP, Album)||Chapa Discos, Chapa Discos||HS-35002, HS-35.002||Spain||1978|
|HS-35002, HS-35.002||Bloque||Bloque (LP, Album, Promo, Gat)||Chapa Discos, Chapa Discos||HS-35002, HS-35.002||Spain||1978|
|88875091021||Bloque||Bloque (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Gat)||Chapa Discos, Sony Music||88875091021||Spain||2015|
|SV - 140||Bloque||Bloque (LP, Album)||Zafiro||SV - 140||Spain||1984|
|CH-5002||Bloque||Bloque (Cass, Album)||Chapa Discos, CFE||CH-5002||Spain||1978|