Carlos Guirao

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Carlos Guirao
Birth name Carlos Guirao Felices
Born (1954-02-23)23 February 1954
Barcelona, Spain
Died 17 January 2012(2012-01-17) (aged 57)
Barcelona, Spain
Genres electronic music Progressive rock
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments keyboard, Guitar
Years active 1970–2012
Labels At-mooss records PDI[disambiguation needed]
Associated acts Neuronium
Cherish Band
Gato viejo
Notable instruments
Roland Fantom
Korg M3

Carlos Guirao Felices was a musician and composer born in Barcelona the 23 February 1954. He died in Barcelona the 17 January 2012.[1]

Carlos Guirao after the concert in Badalona 27/6/2008

Carlos Guirao was member of several groups being the most well-known Neuronium, Programa and Cherish Band. In 1981 he performed for the Spanish Television program “Musical Express”. This program consisted of interviews [2] and performances. This program included a performance of Carlos and Michel Huygen jointly with Vangelis at the Nemo Studio in London. Videos of this performance exist.[3] In this period he was also in touch with Klaus Schulze, who initially had to prepare the mixing of his third LP Digital dream.

They also played a jam session with Teddy Bautista and Ash Ra Tempel for "Musical express"[4][5]



(1977): Quasar 2C361 (Neuronium)

(1978): Vuelo quimico (Neuronium)

(1980): Digital dream (Neuronium)

(1981): The visitor (Neuronium)

(1982): Chromium echoes (Neuronium)

(1982): Revelation (Carlos Guirao)

(1983): Sintesis digital (Programa)

(1984): Maxi Impacto-Reunion de amigos (Programa)

(1985): Acropolis (Programa)

(1986): Paris Dakar (Programa)

(2002): A Separate Affair (Neuronium - Vangelis)

(2005): Pesadillas de un ser viviente (Carlos Guirao, unpublished)

(2008): Ensayos bajo una tormenta (Carlos Guirao, unpublished)

(2010): Symphony (Carlos Guirao)

(2011): Alchemy (Loibant & Guirao)

(2011): Brumas (Carlos Guirao)

(2011): El vuelo de las almas miticas (Carlos Guirao)

(2012): PubLine (Carlos Guirao concierto en Lleida, unpublished)

(2012): Queda vida.....(Cherish Band)

(2012): OpRock (Carlos Guirao, unpublished)

(2012): Magics (Carlos Guirao, unpublished)

(2012): Excerpts (Carlos Guirao, unpublished)

External resources[edit]


  1. ^ Progressive Rock Central (January 2012). "Spanish Electronic Music Pioneer Carlos Guirao Dies". 
  2. ^ TVE (1981). "interview TVE". 
  3. ^ Neuronium (1981). "Live performance Neuronium - Vangelis". 
  4. ^ "Encyclopedia of Electronic Music". Retrieved 10 September 2012. 
  5. ^ "Jam session Neuronium - Ashra". TVE "Musical Express" 1981. Retrieved 11 September 2012.