You are here:Home>CD Reviews>Blues - CD Reviews>Dias de Blues by Dias de Blues

Dias de Blues by Dias de Blues

The once ultra rare South American blues-rock LP "Dias de Blues," originally released in 1972 in Argentina on the Discos De La Planta label, is a slice of electric blues Latino style. I have never heard blues songs with vocals such as this before. I must say it did not change my listening experience in any way, the da blues is da blues baby.... any way you listen to it, and that is the bottom line when you love this kind of music. This LP does not offer anything extraordinary. What you will hear is an average album.

The unusual cover art makes this a tasty collector’s platter. The picture’s portrayal reminded me of something that Michelangelo may have painted on the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling.

Although this is not a particularly dazzling listening occurrence, it is the whole package.... rare and hard to find music, interesting artwork, and it is a pristine vinyl LP to proudly display in your blues collection.

Note: This is a Vinyl LP

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Dias de Blues
  • CD Title: Dias de Blues
  • Genre: Blues
  • Year Released: 2000
  • Reissue Original Release: 1972
  • Record Label: Akarma Records/ Discos De La Planta
  • Tracks: Amasijando los Blues (Amasijando the Blues) Dame tu sonrisa loco (Dame your crazy smile) No pordan conmigo (They do not pordan with me) Cada hombres es un camino (Each men are a way) Estan desubicados (Estan out of position) Esto es nuestro (This is ours) Vuela (It flies) Toda tu vida (All your life)
  • Musicians: Jorge Barral(Bass, acoustic guitar, orrigontofono, vocals),Daniel Bertolone(Electric guitar, bottleneck, harmonica, piano, vocal), Jorge Graf(Drums, percussions, piano);
  • Rating: Three Stars
Morrice Blackwell

Owner and publisher of, Morrice Blackwell is a christian husband dad jazz fan website developing marketing manager basketball playing engineer that lives for photography.

Login to post comments