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Artist: BARRAL, JORGE FLACO
Title: Chau
Format: LP
Label: Little Butterfly
Country: Uruguay
Price: $30.00
"Chau, Flacos lost album, was an urgent idea that, somehow, Hamlet and I put into his tight list of things to do and unresolved emotions stemming from his sudden decision to go to Europe in 1972. We considered that Jorge Flaco Barral, one of the most charismatic and different artists of the emerging movement of rock, blues and related Montevideano of the early seventies, had to leave a personal, personal legacy, beyond his previous collective works with Opus Alfa and Days Of Blues (Dias De Blues). We knew many of his songs were hidden, except couple of them had appeared publicly in few occasions. Most of the songs show very personal subtlety and lyrical sensitivity that the Flaco had already demonstrated with his previous groups. It was about Flaco recording the songs that he wanted to leave the way he considered to be right. In the end, what remained was a unique document of a different and original artist, an unfinished product that lacked time but what is a reflection of the urgencies we all lived in those days." - Esteban Leivas.

Artist: DIAS DEL BLUES
Title: s/t
Format: LP
Label: Little Butterfly
Country: Uruguay
Price: $30.00
"Little Butterfly Records present a reissue of Dias De Blues self-titled album, originally released by Discos De La Planta in 1973. Dias De Blues (Montevideo, Uruguay) was formed in 1972 by Jorge Barral (bass), Daniel Bertolone (guitar), and Jorge Graf (drums). They developed a blues and heavy rock proposal that was characterized by virtuosity of the musicians and blunt rhythmic base, mixed with the unusual strength, energy and aggressiveness. With all these elements they performed extensive improvisations. The lyrics that incorporated a plain, direct and politically incorrect language, were sung by Barral and Bertolone with rage and a clearly Uruguayan diction, though with certain John Mayall-style influence. Disenchantment with established society was part of the bands philosophy. For them, the name of the band, Dias De Blues meant "fucked up days", times of crisis, days of economic and cultural alienation, not just a reference to a musical style. Comes as 140 gram vinyl; Edition of 160." - Little Butterfly.

Artist: MATEO, EDUARDO
Title: Cuerpo y Alma
Format: LP
Label: Little Butterfly
Country: Uruguay
Price: $26.00
“Cuerpo y alma was Eduardo Mateos second record as a soloist, recorded between 1981 and 1984 and originally released by Sondor in 1984. It finds Mateo experimenting with percussion and drawing influence from Hindu music. Eduardo Mateo was one of the most important figures in the history of the Uruguayan music, known for mixing beat, jazz, bossa nova, and candombe. He created the "candombe beat" and was a member of the legendary band El Kinto. This first-ever vinyl reissue of Cuerpo y alma is pressed on 150-gram vinyl and limited to 500 copies.” - Little Butterfly.
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Artist: PSIGLO
Title: Ideación
Format: LP
Label: Little Butterfly
Country: Uruguay
Price: $26.00
“Originally released in Uruguay in 1973 by Clave label and then reissued through the Sondor label in the 80s, this is the debut album by Psiglo, one of the most important and influential bands of South-American progressive rock. Ideación, widely considered a masterpiece of 70s Uruguayan rock, achieved huge sales upon its initial release. This remastered reissue is pressed on 150-gram vinyl and includes an insert with an updated biography by historian Fernando Peláez, author of De las Cuevas al Solís, a history of Uruguayan rock from 1960 to the mid-70s. Edition of 500.” - Little Butterfly.

Artist: PSIGLO
Title: Psiglo II
Format: LP
Label: Little Butterfly
Country: Uruguay
Price: $26.00
"Psiglo II is the second and final LP by legendary Uruguayan progressive rock band Psiglo, recorded in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1974 and originally released in 1982 by the Clave label. The original release excluded the song "Héroe de Papel," which is included here. This remastered reissue of this essential record offers a window into the evolution of 70s Latin American rock. 150-gram LP; edition of 500." - Little Butterfly.

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