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Del Pueblo

Del Pueblo

Del Pueblo


"Del Pueblo" (Of the People) arises among ends of the years 70s and principles of the 80s of one of the most popular districts in Lima, La Victoria. Although it seems unlikely this band is integrated originally in a local Christian church (version of Piero, "Freak out", 2005) and in a socialist political party local (version Jorge Acosta, "Jorgemiyagui.blogspot", 2006) where they began to conjugate popular Andean music and derived blended styles of the classic rock and rock of beginnings of the 80s. Read more on Last.fm
"Del Pueblo" (Of the People) arises among ends of the years 70s and principles of the 80s of one of the most popular districts in Lima, La Victoria. Although it seems unlikely this band is integrated originally in a local Christian church (version of Piero, "Freak out", 2005) and in a socialist political party local (version Jorge Acosta, "Jorgemiyagui.blogspot", 2006) where they began to conjugate popular Andean music and derived blended styles of the classic rock and rock of beginnings of the 80s. After a formative arrangement the band is formed with Piero Bustos, Jorge "el negro" ("the black one") Acosta, Toño Lertora, Alfredo "el gallo" ("the rooster") Calvo, Yolo Flores and Franco, configuring its classic grouping or the original line up and maturing a complex fusion style with rock personality which is exposed in two productions: of 1983 (Single) with 2 songs "Escalera al infierno" (stairway to hell) and "Posesiva de mi" (possessive of my); and the maxi single of 1985 "Del Pueblo" where they present "Malambito", "Paolo", "Te gustan mis medias" (You like my socks) and "Yo no quiero estudiar" (I don't want to study). Although the single is musically speaking a conceptual rupture, this last album can be considered a landmark of its gender and it moved the band away of any linking to melodic neo Andean music oriented to reformed folklore.

During the 80s and 90s Del Pueblo produces an important number of songs maintaining their style and incorporating contemporaries social thematic of wide spectrum (urban rural) in the lyrics, always marked by a socialist ideological conception. “Loco y Calato” (Crazy and naked), “Una noche” (one night), “La fuga del chacal” (the escape of the jackal), "La rebelión se justifica” (The rebellion is justified), “Esteras en el sol” (Hut in the sun) are some examples; although regrettably without conforming commercial albums. While the original line up spreads Piero Bustos (a very creative composer, the main of the band) is linked eventually to the group "Del Pueblo del barrio” (Of the People of the neighborhood) which is the melodic commercial version of Del Pueblo, the antithesis. From the 2000 until the present time the original band has been reunited occasionally thanks to the meeting of Toño, Piero, "el negro” Acosta and "gallo" maintained the "hard" conception of its musical fusion, although without glimpsing wide labeled productions.

Del Pueblo is a classic group, "rare" par excellence, arisen of and projected to the type urban protestant, social intellectual culture; and without any doubt inscribed in the annals of the Andean progressive musical development. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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