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Gas Light

Gas Light

Gas Light


Band formed in Caracas in 1969. Its initial members were Domingo Otero (guitar, vocals), Raul Ulloa (bass), Angel Rada (guitar, auto harp, Hammond organ, harpsichord) and Silvio Santanielo (drums). Subsequent changes would leave Angel Rada and Antonio Morales Silvio Santanello (lead guitar), Fernando Pasdcual (vocals) and Alberto Ruz (bass). Their musical style is oriented towards trends where it is mixed with experimental sounds of psychedelia and quickly become one of the most representative bands Venezuelan underground circuit. Read more on Last.fm
Band formed in Caracas in 1969. Its initial members were Domingo Otero (guitar, vocals), Raul Ulloa (bass), Angel Rada (guitar, auto harp, Hammond organ, harpsichord) and Silvio Santanielo (drums). Subsequent changes would leave Angel Rada and Antonio Morales Silvio Santanello (lead guitar), Fernando Pasdcual (vocals) and Alberto Ruz (bass). Their musical style is oriented towards trends where it is mixed with experimental sounds of psychedelia and quickly become one of the most representative bands Venezuelan underground circuit.

They began their presentations at family gatherings and small parties up to appear in major events like the First Rock Festival in Venezuela, known as the Festival of Flowers, in 1970, and some television appearances in the 2001 Youth Space (1971) , El Show de Richard Herd, Momentum Festival (along with sugar, cocoa and milk) as well as in the Park with the Count lost faith, and in the opening of the Cerebrum (Chacaíto Theatre) by the American group the Quarry. His discography is limited to three recordings on 45 rpm format: Gaseous (1969), Flight 707 (1970) and If you feel (1970). Also participating in the soundtrack of the Venezuelan film Fleeing quake (1969). The presentation highlights the band broke up in 1972 with the passage of time has become a reference within the Venezuelan musical movement.

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