[79] After the advent of the Internet, bootleg recordings of the shows have appeared on YouTube and blogs dedicated to Spinetta, becoming some of the artist's most celebrated unofficial releases. [68] It once again only features Spinetta and his guitar, who put the song together in the recording studio by superimposing voices and guitars that he recorded himself. [27], Spinetta was particularly influenced by his essays Heliogabalus; or, the Crowned Anarchist (French: "Héliogabale ou l'anarchiste couronné") and Van Gogh, The Man Suicided by Society (French: "Van Gogh le suicidé de la société"). [28][29] Discussing the social context in which Spinetta produced "Artaud", Grinberg told Rolling Stone: "At that time we were all Peronists. Although that is not exactly what I was looking for, to narrate something, but to have the words go with the music and talk [about something]. [13] It is a well-known Spinetta classic. [79] Berti has supported the idea that the presentation occurred in September,[93] as have done some contemporary writers. [2][8] By the time Pescado 2 was released in March 1973, the band had already split up. [33] Journalist Walter Medina reflected: "I imagined our cultural history without Artaud and I did not need greater imaginary absences to reach the total certainty that, even with the richness that characterizes it, the history of Argentine music and culture would be [a whole different story] without the work of [Spinetta]. [94] The recordings were mastered by engineer Mariano López, and the album cover features drawings by Spinetta that were taken from the flyers of the show. It starts with a waltz-like, triple meter cadence, with Spinetta singing the lyric "Superstition" (Spanish: "Superstición") and a kind of scatting. "[32] La Tercera's Alejandro Jofré felt that "Por" "proves that Spinetta was a free and modern creator. "[108] In 2014, the Peruvian newspaper Trome described Artaud as the most influential album of rock en español. [1] During that time, he was beginning a relationship with Patricia Salazar, with whom he would remain for over twenty-five years and have four children. Featured on Artaud. "I see-I see") being also the name of a traditional children's guessing game, while the chorus states "I'm no longer tied to any dream/The sayings of the world can't trap me" ("No estoy atado a ningún sueño ya/Las habladurías del mundo no pueden atraparme"), Artaud was released in October 1973 on Talent-Microfón. Superchería. "[45], Spinetta leaves his acoustic vein in "Superchería" (English: "superstition"[63] "quack" "swindle" (particularly practiced on the ignorant) "trickery"), a song that according to journalist Walter Gazzo, would "fit very well" in Pescado Rabioso's previous albums. [20][21][22] During the late 1960s and early 1970s, the circulation of Artaud's bibliography intensified and Álvarez played an important role in this process by publishing an anthology of the poet in 1968. Go directly to shout page. [79], The original album cover is notorious for its unique "irregular trapezoid" shape,[53] featuring a green and yellow composition that alludes to a phrase written by Antonin Artaud 1937, which can be read in the record's booklet: "Are not green and yellow each of the opposite colors of death, green for resurrection and yellow for decomposition and decay? [1], Writers often analyze Artaud in relation to the convulsive sociopolitical context of Argentina in 1973,[26] with the fall of the military dictatorship, Héctor José Cámpora's electoral win and the news of Perón's return bringing "a hope of liberty in the midst of oppression. "[70] Chilean newspaper La Tercera ranked Artaud second in its 2017 list of "The 20 Best Albums of Argentine Rock". Writer Juan Pablo Bertazza considered that the album "reaches the closest and most fertile and visceral point that there can be between music and poetry, or better: between music and literature. "[30] According to Del Guercio, they "were concerned to know what was going to be the place of art and culture in the society to come, how the personal transformation of each one and the understanding of the other could modify society"; according to Schanton, Artaud is the "offspring of that total liberty". "[53] Spinetta opens the song: "I know well you have heard about me/And today we see each other here/But the peace/In me you will never find it/If it is not in you/In me you will never find it" (Spanish: "Sé muy bien que has oído hablar de mí/Y hoy nos vemos aquí/Pero la paz/En mí nunca la encontrarás/Si no es en vos/En mí nunca la encontrarás").[50]. [50] Umberto Pérez of Spanish magazine Efe Eme felt that Spinetta "returned to the source to break it", as he "invoked the acoustic and free spirit of Almendra to capture one of the most intimate moments of his life".[51]. Leave feedback. "[14] The use of the band's name has also been described as a contractual obligation. "Todas las hojas son del viento / Superchería" Released: 1973; Artaud (French: ; commonly pronounced by hispanophones) is the third studio album credited to Argentine rock band Pescado Rabioso, released in October 1973 on Talent-Microfón.It is essentially the second solo album by singer-songwriter Luis Alberto Spinetta, who used the group's name despite their disbandment earlier that year. [68][72] In this sense, it is considered a "similar exploration" to his previous composition "Cristálida", included in Pescado Rabioso's Pescado 2. Another way to talk about the tragic fate of Artaud. [16] Journalist Miguel Grinberg described the sessions as "a very private ceremony". [83] Despite the novelty of the its cover art, the label did not give Artaud any special promotional campaign and the album shared its October 1973 advertisement along with nine other titles, among them Lebón's debut, Color Humano 3, Confesiones de invierno and Aquelarre's Brumas. The song's lyrics deal with parenting from a countercultural perspective,[52] although Spinetta had yet to be a father. [53] Spinetta's acoustic guitar moves through the musical notes G, F and D, with an irregular phrasing that was characteristic of his music.
Quien Canta Las Canciones De Moana, Gemma Gallardo Grefg, Plural De Chef, Dibujos De Nadar, Cáscara De Naranja Con Canela Para Que Sirve, La Maldad Humana No Tiene Límites, Betametasona Crema Precio, 10 Gb Por Un Día Movistar, Ducati Supersport 2017 Precio,