Saturday, January 12, 2008


Born in the beginning of the 70’s, this Latin fusion folk formation has delivered impressively original items in a rather discreet commercial success. The albums feature enchanting, warm female vocals, some prog arrangements and acoustic, classical training guitar style. Their first, published in 1973 and “III” represent fine examples of achieved, mythic, dancing and mysterious compositions in popular, South America music. In the absolute songs’ structure is very closed to Peruvian, Bolivian, Argentinean ballads, boleros, milongas…Very refined and surely the best Latin folk vibe. : : : Philippe Blache, FRANCE : : :For ProgArchives
Great complex Latin prog LP with much folkish,fusion ellements ,some jazzy guitar playing , complex compisitions on piano and those wonderful female vocals( i think the singer is from Greek origins).Reminds me much of many French 70s bands of this genre and this is very logical since Anacrusa were Argintinians living in France.
More LPs to come soon.

get this gem here


Anonymous said...

i would like to leave a request-
do you have les batteries' "noisy champs" l.p.? thanks!

attax said...

Hi guys, your blog is absolutly a must for all e-freaks :)
Do you have by any chance any:
"YOU" ? German electronic band (Berlin School) ???
Thanks in advance

Tom A. said...

Listening to this fabulous stuff now.
Thank you very much !

wolfspider said...

Love it. Some the wilder parts flirt with Henri Michel Raschle territory, but of course not so "wacky". Other parts remind me of Morricone, but on the whole it's quite unique. Love the vocals too.