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Fito Páez*

Fito Páez*

Fito Páez*

Rodolfo Fito Paez was born in Rosario on March 13, 1963 Staff and formed his first band when he was 13 years old. In 1977 he played in the Symposium, with Ruben Goldin and Jorge Llonch. From the following year he appeared as soloist with several local pubs. When Juan Carlos Baglietto formed his band, which included keyboardist and as arranger, with Goldin, who also played guitar. In that band militated Silvina Garre and Sergio Saenz. By the end of 1983 and sang "Del '63" alone with his piano, in the middle of the show Baglietto. Read more on
Rodolfo Fito Paez was born in Rosario on March 13, 1963 Staff and formed his first band when he was 13 years old. In 1977 he played in the Symposium, with Ruben Goldin and Jorge Llonch. From the following year he appeared as soloist with several local pubs. When Juan Carlos Baglietto formed his band, which included keyboardist and as arranger, with Goldin, who also played guitar.

In that band militated Silvina Garre and Sergio Saenz. By the end of 1983 and sang "Del '63" alone with his piano, in the middle of the show Baglietto. During a presentation at the Coliseum Baglietto (04/12/82) theater, Charly García went to the dressing room to greet him. The barely 19 and silver pulled gave him to pay some debts. Soon, Daniel Grinbank, at that time manager García, called him into his office: start rehearsing for the national tour of "Modern Hits" with GIT and Faithfull Marianne.

Would play keyboards instead of Andrés Calamaro, who joined Los Abuelos de la Nada and contribute to the "Modern Hits" (1983) and "Piano Bar" (1984) albums. After that artistic push, he prepared his first solo album, "Del '63" (1984). He presented first to Rosario and then in Buenos Aires, accompanied by Daniel Wirtz on drums, Fabian Garcia on guitar, keyboards and vocals, Tweety González on keyboards and Paul Dorge on bass, plus special guests: Fabi Cantilo, Rubén Goldín and Miguel Zavaleta. At the time, Llonch would return to low. Even then enshrined as one of the most important composers (Luca Prodan described him as "the son of Charly García and Nito Mestre"), was presented by Baglietto in Works, on 7 and 8 June 1985, to appear again before the city's public with her new album, "Money". With Luis Alberto Spinetta had a chance, similar to what Garcia joined the meeting. "This is the best music being made today," Hardy said after hearing a demo of what would be the second album.

Together they recorded "La la la" (1986) and performed a disorderly tour that took them to Santiago de Chile. That year he participated in the celebrations for the Thousand Days in Democracy, organized by the government of Santa Fe at the Monument to the Flag. There he was presented with Spinetta as a guest on a show that also met Juan Carlos Baglietto, Silvina Garre and Antonio Tarrago Ros. "The worst crime you can commit intellectual is deception through which you get money," introducing "Ciudad de Pobres Corazones" (1987), composed in memory of his aunt and grandmother killed in Rosario. This album, named Best of the Year for Supplement Yes, marks a clear difference with the previous period, more rhythmic.

Their skepticism is reflected in the dark compositions and in his statements: "For those who think that music is good for something, Amnesty tour is the best thing that can happen I do not think art useless.". If in the first stage singing "Who said that all is lost / I come to offer my heart," Now judgment "in this fucking city / everything burns and go / kill poor hearts". In December 1987 he appeared as the opening act for Sting at River Plate Stadium. Still angry and ireverente, said: "At 40 she realizes that they are torturing people in the world! Who among us can afford that same ingenuity? What is critical is the phenomenon in the media: what show Sting like the Holy Redeemer "(H.Vargas, p 106). "Hey!" (1988), his next album, was recorded in New York and Havana, while participating in the Festival of Varadero with Baglietto. This is the first album produced by Fito own and was recorded with his new band: Guillermo Vadalá on bass, Guillermo Colombres on drums, Osvaldo Fattoruso percussion, trumpeters and saxophonists Afrocuba group (which by then accompanied Silvio Rodriguez) and a series of guest guitarists: Fabián Gallardo, Ulises Butron, Ricardo Mollo and Gabriel Carámbula. "" Hey! "comes at a time of transition.

After a season in hell that led to his wildest musical expression, as opposed to romantic seat of lucidity in which many sought to freeze its previous production, Páez throws this work on the end of a stage before a witness quecomo new starting point (...) "Hey!" seems a conglomeration of influences and styles that show not one, but several Fito Páez possible. A range of possibilities that can be seen, no doubt, most successful and interesting than others' faces (G.Allerand, quoted in H.Vargas, p 119). "Third World" (1990) is a kind of film on the American continent and countries. "The album reflects what I saw in my travels in Latin America: the pagan festivals, the priests mixed with terrorists, prostitutes trying to take their money to the Americans. I said, below is a very strong world.

I wanted to reflect that, "said Fito (H.Vargas, p 131). The most important issues are "Caravels nothing", "I loved you in Nicaragua", "The guy at the top" and "Third World" defined grandly as "the rock equivalent of" Cambalache "". With new band, this work was presented at the Teatro Gran Rex on 14 and 15 December. The musicians were Gallardo on keyboards, guitar and vocals, Guillermo Vadalá on bass, Daniel Colombres on drums, Ricardo Verdirame on guitar, Mario Maselli on keyboards and Celsa Mel Gowland in choirs.

Special guests (both the album and its presentation) include Mercedes Sosa, Luis Alberto Spinetta, Liliana Herrero, Faithfull Marianne and Illya Kuryaki & The Valderramas. The next album would be the most successful and money would bring him, "Love After Love" (1992). "No one can and no one should live without love" is the refrain that characterizes this work, criticized for its superficiality and "lacking in commitment." However, commercial success led him to become the best-selling history of the national rock (600,000 copies) with hits like the title track, "The Magic Wheel", "Two Days in the Life" and "A rolling my life album ". It was first introduced in Rosario, in the indoor stadium of Newell's Old Boys, after eleven shows at the Grand Rex theater Capital and eventually across the country in the Wheel Magic Tour '93, culminating in Velez, days 24 and April 25, before 40,000 spectators each night. In December of that year he repeated his presentation at Velez, to benefit UNICEF Argentina: he donated $ 420,000. Paez was left with all the popularity polls: Best Solo Artist, Best Album ("Love ..."), Best Song and Best Video ("Tombs of Glory") and lost only at Best Show, overcome by the return of Seru Giran River.

Since mid-1994, "after love Love" had reached 650,000 copies sold. Success also accompanied him in Cuba and was the first foreigner allowed presentation at the Revolution Square in Havana, before 40,000 spectators and broadcast live for the rest of the island. Then, accompanied by Silvio Rodríguez, was to visit Fidel to the Residence. His presentation at the Festival of Montreux (Switzerland). With the pressure to match the previous success, Fito returned to the studio to record "Circo Beat" (1994), but expectations (artistically speaking) were very large for this job. However, a couple of tracks counted widely disseminated on the radio: "Butterfly Tecknicolor" and "Theme Piluso" in tribute to comedian Alberto Olmedo Rosario.

He also edited "Circo Beat Brazil" with three bonus tracks in Portuguese: "Mariposa Technicolor" (a duet with Caetano Veloso), "She's mine" (with Djavan) and "Nas luzes Rosario" (or "theme Piluso" Herbert Vianna, the Paralamas). In total, this board sold 350,000 copies, which made him the second most successful album of '95. The landing of the "new French rock" in Works, with Sinclair, FFF and No One is Innocent, plus the local contribution of Todos Tus Muertos and The Fabulous Thunderbirds was also presented at the Francofolies,. In 1995 officially presented the material in 20 shows in the Opera Theatre and ended the year on a half empty stadium surprisingly River (just summoned 25,000 spectators). He was accompanied Pomo (drums), Gabriel Carámbula (guitar), Gringui Herrera (guitar), William Vadalá (bass), Alina Gandini (keyboards), Laura Vazquez (keyboards) and Nicolas Cotta (percussion). Andrés Calamaro, Ariel Rot, Liliana Herrero and Faithfull Marianne also participated as guest musicians.

The presentations of "Circo Beat" had their last date in a show outdoors and with free admission, which attracted about 50,000 people in the forests of Palermo. MTV proposed in 1996 will record an unplugged, but not before the economic agreement, Fito recorded an acoustic collection in partnership with Telefe, called "Euphoria". This is the first live album of Rosario, with several hits and three unpublished: "Dar es dar", "Exquisite Corpse" and "Your gifts should go." In September of that year he starred in a historic event: the first time a rock appeared in the prestigious Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires. He played some of his classics, folk songs, tangos and honored Spinetta and Charly, with individual covers. In 1998 he released "Intimate Enemies" a highly hyped album with Spanish Joaquín Sabina, whose title would be prescient about the relationship of the duo: finished canceling a tour with 60 dates across America and Spain with a poem farewell signed by the Spanish "Urge clean break with the summer tour, and kilombo the video. The role of the ugly duckling, I will not I tell you, and less than hard man, to you it costs so little.

" In '99 "Open", a strong material with broad themes, produced by Phil Ramone, in which the vocal aspect prevails in the foreground is edited. "Sun King" (2000) was dedicated to his son Martin. This album had its controversial quota cut "The devil in your heart," whose video was directed by Eddie Flehner. But despite that, it was not too accepted. Leaving aside momentarily his role as musician, directed Páez during the 2001 film "Private Lives" starring his then wife, Cecilia Roth, with Gael García Bernal, Lito Cruz and Héctor Alterio. The film, scripted by Paez himself, was released on April 25, 2002, and Fito presented his work at several international festivals.

The criticism did not accompany him, and musician / filmmaker was angry with specialized media. 2003 found him in a more rocker look, as long ago it did not look. "Nature blood" included as guests Garcia, Spinetta and Rita Lee, and the material was also released on DVD. "My life with them 1" and "2" no longer a live compilation, but has the merit of not necessarily fall into the classics of his career hits. It was recorded in different cities of America. Directed by Gerardo Gandini and accompanied by an orchestra nine strings, he faced another cover album, "Fashion and people", with the addition that also included non compositions such as Charly García and Spinetta. "The world fits in a Song" (2006) was later edited finished filming his second film, "Who is the garter." Produced by Fito himself, the album was recorded in Circo Beat, with Guillermo Vadalá (bass), Gabriel Carámbula (guitars), Coki Debernardi (guitars), Gonzalo Aloras (guitars and vocals), Pete Thomas (drums and percussion) and Vandera (vocals). Also participating Claudio Cardone, Ana Alvarez de Toledo, Claudia Puyó, Nigel Walker, Fena Dellamaggiora and Gonzalez Exchange.

With this work, he won a Latin Grammy for Best Rock Vocal Album. "Rodolfo", released in August 2007, represents a change in musical career Fito, since you recorded it accompanied only by his piano. The following year, recorded live "I do not know if Baires or Madrid" with several guests like Joaquin Sabina (on reconciliation), Pablo Milanes and Ariel Rot, among others. With "Confiá" (2010) was presented in Rosario, at Luna Park in Buenos Aires and then in Europe, "time to time" as a workhorse. In late 2011, Fito Paez presents "Songs for Aliens", an album of covers, which are songs of Charly García, Nino Bravo and Pablo Milanes, among many others. In 2012 the 20th anniversary of the release of "Love After Love," the biggest selling album of all the history of the Argentine national rock and Fito Páez consecrated as one of the most important artists of Argentina and Latin America. For the occasion, the musician on tour, in which he played the album in full and in the order of the original edition. The show of Buenos Aires was held on October 13 at the Planetarium to more than 30,000 people, and there arose "Love after love XX years," a CD + DVD containing the concert, with 14 songs from iconic album . On March 13, 2013 Fito Paez turned 50 years old and it was he who gave gifts; released the same day "Sacrifice", first single from one of three new albums released throughout the year.

A few months later comes "Sacrifice" in its full version, consisting of nine songs and a bonus track entitled "The devil bitch". The September 30 published in digital form "Dreaming Rosario" in aid of the victims of the explosion in Rosario, his hometown. In late October anticipates a new unreleased album on sale on November 19th and is known "I love you" first single, song with electronic base. The new album out titled "I love you" and contains 11 songs of absolute love (les expressly devoted an issue to his daughter Margaret and another partner, Julia). In late July 2014 he announced a fragment of "the single that gave name to his new album (the 31st solo) which, among other things, pays tribute to Charly García.

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