In the episode, had also recorded: Pedro Salazar: vocal, sikus, violin, rondador; Teodomiro Solis: charango, mandolin, hualaycho Jorge Ortega: guitar, percusion Reinaldo Arenas: percusion The year 1994 brought personnel changes in the band. Gone Angel and Jonathan, and their place was taken by Jose Olivares. The group, performing in different Polish cities (eg in May had established for the first time Olesno), re-entered the studio in Szczecin and recorded songs for the album "Amazonas". In August, the Passion Inkanto band toured in Gdansk on the main stage during the celebration of Fair of St.
Dominic. Subsequent changes to the composition of the band followed in 1995. Gone Alexandro and Jose, and the band for some time performed (or rather for a short break) as the duo Arturo & Rafo. In such a composition the band for the second time came to Olesno. The turn of 1995/1996, is also a breakthrough in the non-existent band. Quillapas group disintegrates and several musicians from the band joins Arturo and Rafael.
They decided to play together. Arises the Passion Quillapas band composed of Arturo Lopez Chavez, Rafael Alfaro Alvarado, Marco Mory Hidalgo, Pedro Salazar Morales and Teodomiro Solis Mendoza. Begin tour (attended by the Andean Fiesta in Zabkowice Slaskie, traditionally in Gdansk, took part in the "Home-made climate") and record the album "Greatest Songs". On the repertoire includes both traditional songs as well as contemporary, derived from South American folklore (Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador), the Mexican and the Central American. Using instruments characteristic of Andean music, the band also performs their own versions of popular hits ("An Angel" by The Kelly Family and "Volare Bamboleo" by Gipsy Kings), or the works belonging to the classics ("Let it be" by the Beatles) and refers to the Polish highland folklore, playing and singing in Polish song "Mountaineers"("Gorale"). All the songs are modern and professionally arranged. To ensure that the band follows a modern use of electric guitars, bass, drums, synths and a professional sound system, which, combined with traditional instruments (quena, charango, sikus, quenacho), gives a dose of beautiful, extremely lively, joyful and warm Andean music. Read more on Last.fm.
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