Arco Iris

Members of Arco Iris: Alberto Cascino, Ara Tokatlian, Danais Wynnycka, Diego Rapoport, Guillermo Bordarampé, Gustavo Santaolalla, Hartt Stearns, Horacio Gianello, Ignacio Elisavetsky, Julio Ledezma, Milcho Leviev, Richard Madariaga
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Discography of Arco Iris:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Suite No. 1 6 Audio 1971 RCA Vik
2 Suite No. 1 4 Audio RCA Vik
3 Sudamerica O El Regreso A La Aurora 29 Audio 1972 Music Hall
4 Tiempo De Resurrección 10 Audio 1972 Music Hall
5 Agitor Lucens V 20 Audio 1975 Music Hall
6 Mañana Campestre 10 Audio 1979 Music Hall
7 Peace Pipes 8 Audio 1988 Passport Jazz
8 Arco Iris 18 Audio 2004 BMG Argentina
9 Blues De Dana 12 Audio 1970 Groove (3)
10 Arco Iris 10 Audio 1970 RCA Vik
11 Los Elementales (Fuerzas Magicas De La Naturaleza) 12 Audio 1977
12 Desde El Jardín 13 Audio 2012 Viajero
13 Peace Pipes 8 Audio 1987 Passport Jazz
14 Inti-Raymi 9 Audio 1980 Music Hall
15 Faisán Azul 6 Audio 1983 Discos CBS
16 Agitor Lucens V 19 Audio 2012 Sunny Pierrot
17 Arco Iris 12 Audio 1970 RCA Vik
18 Agitor Lucens V 20 Audio 1980 Music Hall
19 Sudamerica, O Regreso A La Aurora 2 Audio 1973 Music Hall
20 Los Elementales (Fuerzas Magicas De La Naturaleza) 15 Audio 2006 Leader Music
21 Peace Pipes 8 Audio 1987 Passport Jazz
22 Fiesta 6 Audio 1980 Not On Label
23 Cronologia 18 Audio 1997 BMG

Argentinian Progressive Folk Rock group founded in 1971. The group was founded by guitarist [a=Gustavo Santaolalla], with [a=Ara Tokatlian] on flutes, [a=Alberto Cascino] on drums and [a=Guillermo Bordarampé] on bass.

They released a couple singles, which didn't have much following. However, the group met and befriended [a=Danais Wynnycka], who taught them about communitarian life. The group would then release two singles and two LPs. After that, Cascino left the group because he didn't agree with the members' new lifestyle, being replaced shortly by [a=Julio Ledezma] and finally [a=Horacio Gianello]. The group scored the hit single [i]Manaña Campestre[/i] and kept releasing music until 1978, when all members of the group except for Santoalalla left to live a hippie lifestyle in California, USA. The group then shifted their sound to Jazz Rock and New Age and kept releasing music for years. Danais and Ara eventually married.

The group disbanded in 2003 when Danais died.

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