Argentinian Blues-rock band from the 70s founded by Norberto Napolitano, better known as Pappo. After playing in the late 60s with Los Gatos, Engranaje and Pistola, pushed by producer Jorge Álvarez, he finally formed his own group, Pappo's Blues, with David Lebon on bass and Black Amaya on drums. He released Pappo's Blues later that year. The formation of the band changes constantly. On 1972 he releases Pappo's Blues Volúmen 2, Pappo is joined by Luis Gambolini and Black Amaya on drums and Carlos Piñata on bass, among others.
It is an adaptation of the logo that appears on the album cover of "Pappo's Blues", "Volume 8 - Case Closed" For which I thank Piero Memi, to be the designer of the logo and the cover art of that album. Missing some characters (commas, periods, and accented).
Norberto Aníbal Napolitano, known by his stage name Pappo (La Paternal, 10 March 1950 – Luján, 25 February 2005), was an Argentine electric guitarist, singer-songwriter and composer. He is regarded as one of the greatest and most influential guitarists in the history of Argentine rock (known locally as rock nacional, Spanish for "national rock").
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Pappo returned and formed Aeroblus, with Alejandro Medina on bass and Brazilian drummer Junior Castello. They recorded a hard rock album. Also in 1978, Pappo went to Spain and played some well-acclaimed gigs; but unable to release a record there, Pappo's Blues split.
Artist: Pappo's Blues Album: Vol. 2 Genre: Hard Blues Rock Label: Leader Music Released: 1972/2005 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: Tren De Las 16 02:39. Llegara La Paz 03:33. Hay Tiempo Para Elegir 02:50. Desconfio De La Vida 02:40. Solitario Juan 03:29. Blues Para Santa Fe 04:38.
'Pappo's Blues'' was a Rock/Blues band from Argentina. Led by Pappo (Norberto "Pappo" Napolitano), it suffered a constant change of musicians throughout its life. In 1971 Pappo's Blues recorded its first album, called simply "Pappo's Blues". The second one, "Pappo's Blues Volumen 2" was recorded in 1972.
’Pappo’s Blues’’ was a Rock/Blues band from Argentina. Led by Pappo (Norberto Pappo Napolitano), it suffered a constant change of musicians throughout its life. In 1971 Pappo’s Blues recorded its first album, called simply Pappo’s Blues. The second one, Pappo’s Blues Volumen 2 was recorded in 1972. By the time in which they recorded the third album (Pappo’s Blues Volumen 3), there had been two changes in the group: David Lebón (bass) left, his place taken by . Machi Ruffino, and Black Amaya was replaced by Pomo