Pedro Y Pablo

Pedro Y Pablo

Profile:
Folk Rock due from Argentina, composed by Miguel Cantilo and Jorge Durietz, created on 1968 under the name of Los Cronopios. They composed the legendary protest hymn La Marcha de la Bronca, but had to break up due to censorship from the military on 1975. They released Yo Vivo en Esta Ciudad (I Live In This City) on 1971 and Conesa on 1972. Cantilo left Buenos aires after finishing recording they third album, Apóstoles (Apostles), on 1975 due to military censorship. The album was released on 1981.

On 1982, after the breakdown of the dictatorship of the Proceso Argentino and the Falklands war, they returned and released as Cantilo-Durietz the album Contracrisis and later released as Pedro y Pablo Corazon Sudamericano (South American Heart) on 1985, but they broke up due to lack of public convocation and sales.
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Pedro Y Pablo Discography

Albums

Pedro Y Pablo Yo Vivo En Esta Ciudad (Album) CBS Uruguay 1970 Sell This Version
Pedro Y Pablo Conesa (Album) Trova Argentina 1972 Sell This Version
Miguel Cantilo, Jorge Durietz ... Y Otros. (1975)* Apóstoles (Album) Buenas Ondas Discos Argentina 1981 Sell This Version
Pedro Y Pablo En Concierto (Album) Sazam Records, Sazam Records Argentina 1982 Sell This Version
Pedro Y Pablo Contracrisis (Album) Sazam Records Argentina 1982 Sell This Version
RR 5100 Pedro Y Pablo Corazon Sudamericano(LP, Album) Raviol Records RR 5100 Argentina 1985 Sell This Version

Compilations

KT 13034 Pedro Y Pablo Pedro Y Pablo(LP, Comp) K-Tel KT 13034 Argentina 1982 Sell This Version
2-470131 Pedro Y Pablo 16 Grandes Exitos(CD, Comp) Sony Music, Columbia 2-470131 Argentina 1992 Sell This Version