Toti Soler

Jordi Soler i Galí

Also known as J. Soler, Jordi Soler, T. Soler, Toti
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.totisoler.com, http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toti_Soler

Discography of Toti Soler:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Toti Soler 9 Audio 1973 Edigsa
2 Desdesig 4 Audio 1996 PDI
3 Jordi Sabates I Toti Soler 6 Audio 1973 Edigsa
4 Liebeslied / El Gat Blanc 23 Audio 1992
5 «Jordi Sabatés I Toti Soler» / «Tot D'Enyor De Demà» 14 Audio 1992
6 Liebeslied 12 Audio 1972 Edigsa
7 Vita Nuova 14 Audio 2002 Muxxic
8 M'aclame A Tu 14 Audio 1997
9 El Cant Monjo 12 Audio 1975
10 Vinya Laia 11 Audio 1998 Delinat
11 Laia 6 Audio 1978 RCA Victor
12 Hi Ha Gent 2 Audio 1970 Sol (3)
13 Epigrama 7 Audio 1985 Picap
14 Liebeslied 12 Audio 1986 Pdi
15 El Cant Monjo 11 Audio 2008 Picap
16 El Cant Monjo 12 Audio 1975
17 Liebeslied 12 Audio 2010 Picap
18 Petita Testa 2 Audio 1968 Hispavox
19 Epigrama 7 Audio 1994 PDI, S.A.
20 Toti Soler 9 Audio 1973 Edigsa


Toti Soler (born 1949, Vilassar de Dalt, Spain) is a Catalan guitarist, composer and singer. His recording career started with the Spanish pop group [a=Pic-Nic] in 1967. He also began recording solo singles in the late '60s under his given name, Jordi Soler.

After Pic-Nic broke up he co-founded the psychedelic rock group OM in 1969. In 1971 Soler met [a=Taj Mahal] and the two performed a number of concerts together. Soler's first solo album, Liebeslied, was released by [l=Edigsa] in 1972. Since then Soler has released a long string of solo albums and collaborations.

Influences in Soler's music include world music (particularly Arab and Asian influences), traditional Flamenco guitar, classical and contemporary jazz.


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