로필: 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.
Cantilo left Buenos aires after finishing recording they third album, Apóstoles (Apostles), on 1975 due to military censorship. 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.
This song is by Pedro Y Pablo and appears on the album En Gira (1984). Padre Francisco,No les pregunte lo que piensan sobre Cristo,tienen otra preocupación,Padre Francisco,le han agregado un nuevo clavo al crucifijo,para olvidarlo en la pared, pan y trabajo, De que milagros habla usted,techo y debajo,la tierra donde cultivar la razón y la fe. Padre Francisco,Haga que multipliquen los panes para el pueblo,de lo contrario no habrá dios.
Album: Pedro y Pablo en Concierto, 1993. 1. Gira Mágica Retro Music.
Pedro y Pablo - Artistas Plásticos. Se trata de mostrar el arte que realizamos.
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Pedro Pablo Hernández (born 24 October 1986) is an Argentine-born Chilean professional footballer who plays for Argentinian club Independiente as a midfielder. Born in Tucumán, Hernández moved to Buenos Aires at early age, and subsequently joined Racing Club's youth setup. He was released in 2005, aged 19, and returned to his hometown.
|01||Caen La Tarde Y Los Hombres|
|03||Ganas, Amor Y Tiempo|
|05||La Jungla Tropical|
|01||Energia Y Materia|
|02||Pueblo Nuestro Que Estas En La Tierra|
|03||La Guerra En Este Mismo Instante|