Jaivas

Los Jaivas ‎- Los Jaivas (1972) PIVN 000135 - EU 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz - ONLY REPOST

Los Jaivas - Los Jaivas
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz | 500mb
Label: Plaza Independencia Música/PIVN 000135 | Release: 1972 | This Issue: 2014 | Genre: Progressive-Folk

Is not a déjà vu, not, is the new 2014 release (for compare with original).
Appearing South-American hippie hymn "Todos Juntos" and the beautiful ballad "Mira Niñita"

In terms of prog-rock sophistication, this wonderful 1972 album is not the best place to start investigating Los Jaivas, but it is the most important album of Los Jaivas' earliest and folkiest phase. Here we see the early fusion of psychedelic rock with bona fide Andean music. While some songs are merely good, and others intriguing, it is the brilliant title track that happens to be my all time favourite Spanish language song.*
Los Jaivas – Alturas De Machu Picchu (1981) Sony Music/88883790881 – EU 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz - NEW 2016 RIP!

Los Jaivas - Alturas De Machu Picchu
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 2nd Rip | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz
Label: Sony Music/88883790881 | Released: 1981 | This Issue: 2013 | Genre: Progressive-Folk

Essential: A masterpiece of progressive rock music.
What would it sound like if you combined symphonic prog with Andean folk influences?

Los Jaivas - Hijos de la Tierra (1995)  Music

Posted by hill0 at Sept. 28, 2016
Los Jaivas - Hijos de la Tierra (1995)

Los Jaivas - Hijos de la Tierra (1995)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image & cue & log) | 309 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 121 MB | Scans (JPG) | 26 MB | 53:34
Genre: Progressive Rock / Folk Rock | Country: Chile | Label: Columbia | CNIA 2 476077

Los Jaivas are a Chilean folk/rock/progressive rock group/band. Los Jaivas appeared in Chilean music in 1963 as a progressive-rock-andino group, mixing rock with South American ancestral music. The Parra brothers met Mario Mutis and Eduardo "Gato" Alquinta in their childhood and joined to play music. They acquired fame in Viña del Mar, by playing at diverse parties and shows. The band took refuge in Argentina after the military dictatorship took over in Chile. In 1977; they headed to France, where they resided for a long time. The first major change in the band occurred in 1988 when Gabriel died in Peru in a car crash. His daughter Juanita took his place behind the drums.
Los Jaivas ‎- Los Jaivas (1972) Plaza Independencia Música/PIVN 000135 - EU 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Los Jaivas - Los Jaivas
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 900mb
Label: Plaza Independencia Música/PIVN 000135 | Release: 1972 | This Issue: 2014 | Genre: Progressive-Folk

Is not a déjà vu, not, is the new 2014 release (for compare with original).
Appearing South-American hippie hymn "Todos Juntos" and the beautiful ballad "Mira Niñita"

In terms of prog-rock sophistication, this wonderful 1972 album is not the best place to start investigating Los Jaivas, but it is the most important album of Los Jaivas' earliest and folkiest phase. Here we see the early fusion of psychedelic rock with bona fide Andean music. While some songs are merely good, and others intriguing, it is the brilliant title track that happens to be my all time favourite Spanish language song.*
Los Jaivas ‎- Los Jaivas (1972) IRT/ILS-120 - Original CL Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Los Jaivas - Los Jaivas
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 900mb
Label: IRT/ILS-120 | Release: 1972 | Genre: Progressive-Folk

Essential: A masterpiece of progressive-rock music.
Appearing South-American hippie hymn "Todos Juntos" and the beautiful ballad "Mira Niñita"

In terms of prog-rock sophistication, this wonderful 1972 album is not the best place to start investigating Los Jaivas, but it is the most important album of Los Jaivas' earliest and folkiest phase. Here we see the early fusion of psychedelic rock with bona fide Andean music. While some songs are merely good, and others intriguing, it is the brilliant title track that happens to be my all time favourite Spanish language song.*
Los Jaivas - Alturas De Machu Picchu (1981) Sony Music/88883790881 - EU Deluxe 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Los Jaivas - Alturas De Machu Picchu
Label: Sony Music/88883790881 | Released: 1981 | This Issue: 2013 | Genre: Progressive-Folk
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

Essential: A masterpiece of progressive rock music.
What would it sound like if you combined symphonic prog with Andean folk influences?

Los Jaivas - Todos juntos (2003) [Remastered]  Music

Posted by juanchito at Feb. 5, 2011
Los Jaivas - Todos juntos (2003) [Remastered]

Los Jaivas - Todos juntos (2003) [Remastered]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 317 MB | Complete Scans 300 dpi | 49 min 38 sec | HF/FS
Genre: Folk / Progressive / Folk | Label: Wea/Warner

Los Jaivas-La Voragine Vol.I :Pan Negro – (2004)  

Posted by elella at July 1, 2012
Los Jaivas-La Voragine Vol.I :Pan Negro – (2004)

Los Jaivas - La Voragine Vol.I :Pan Negro – (2004)
Musical Improvisations, Rock, Avant Garde | MP3 CBR 192 kbps | 79 MB

Los Jaivas are a Chilean musical group who perform in folk, rock, and progressive rock styles. La Voragine are 5cd and are a compilations of the first records of Los Jaivas between 1960-1973. In these records the group perform musical improvisations.

Los Jaivas-Alturas de Machu Pichu- 1981  

Posted by elella at July 7, 2011
Los Jaivas-Alturas de Machu Pichu- 1981

Los Jaivas – Alturas de Machu Pichu (1981)
Mp3 CBR 320kbps | Label:SYM | 74 MB | Rock music

Alturas de Machu Pichu is one of the best albums of Los Jaivas, a progressive-rock-andino group, mixing rock with South American ancestral music. In this LP this groups use the Lyrics of Pablo Neruda to sing to Machu Pichu.
Congreso - Terra Incognita (1975) London Records/SLLC-38683 - SP Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

Congreso - Terra Incognita
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 756mb & 224mb
Label: London Records/SLLC-38683 | Release: 1975 | This Issue: 2016 | Genre: Progressive-Folk

Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music
Congreso are another band I was introduced to on Progarchives, and one I took an almost instant liking to. There are inevitable comparisons to their fellow countrymen Los Jaivas: both bands have been around for forty years or so; both play a progressive style of folk music that is highly influenced by their Chilean ethnic roots; both record music that tends to both celebrate life and to make the occasional social statement; and both employ quite a bit of traditional Chilean instrumentation in their music (charango, marimba, tarka, 12-string guitar, tom toms, rondador) as well as more common modern instruments like electric guitar and bass, drums and synthesizers.
But there are differences as well. Congreso tends to focus on more traditional folk arrangements, particularly on their early albums, and many of their songs are either adopted from or inspired by these older tunes. Los Jaivas on the other hand quickly moved toward a heavier use of modern instrumentation and more symphonic prog arrangements in their music. Both styles are highly appealing to prog and folk fans, but the differences give us something to celebrate in each of their sounds.