Jorge Pinchenvsky*, La Pesada (2) ‎– Jorge Pinchenvsky, Su Violin Magico Y La Pesada

Harvest ‎– 64013
Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold


A1 La Maravillosa Marta Y La Fuerza De Las Cosas
A2 Parte De Baile Para Grupos Solistas
A3 Pegado A La Rumba
B1 Juan Manuelito Rock
B2 No Nos Alcanzaran Las Mariposas
B3 Rock Full Track Con Semidesarrollo
B4 Y Asi Van Pasando Los Años Señora



Original Issue.

Note: Jorge's surname is misspelled on the cover as Pinchenvsky.


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June 17, 2015
Jorge Pinchevsky was an Argentine violinist (RIP 2003) who is most known for playing with Gong during their fusion stage (“Shamal”). Prior to moving to France, Pinchevsky was part of the early 70s Argentine rock movement and played with bands like La Cofradia de la Flor Solar and Billy Bond y La Pesada. His sole album obtained a release on EMI/Harvest, and is extremely difficult to find in original LP form. I suppose, in the end, it didn’t quite sound like I expected it to. The opening track is an interesting spacious violin number, which is not indicative of the remainder of the album. From there it takes a decidedly blues rock / hard rock approach (featuring many members of the Argentine bands listed above), with violin taking the lead, bringing to mind High Tide – but not near as aggressive or as expansive. The album is very short, not quite reaching even 30 minutes. The original recording is a bit rough as well.