Suéter

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Suéter
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Background information
Origin Buenos Aires  Argentina
Genres Argentine rock, new wave, pop rock, reggae
Years active 1981–1989
1994–1995
2002–2007
Labels 20th Century Records
PolyGram
Interdisc
Associated acts Charly Garcia
Fabiana Cantilo
Los Twist
Andrés Calamaro
Website www.sueter.com.ar
Past members

Suéter (or Sueter), was a Argentine rock band, formed between May and June 1981. The group has contributed to many classics in its country's popular songbook, like «Amanece en la ruta», «Él anda diciendo», «Comiendo gefilte fish», «Desvanecidos» and «Extraño ser».

History[edit]

Led by Miguel Zavaleta , also was initially built by Fabiana Cantilo and Celsa Mel Gowland as showgirls . They Juan del Barrio (keyboards) and Gustavo Donés (bass), training with which they recorded the first album were added . They had the support of Charly García who invited as the opening act, but the public initially rejected .

Gradually they reached some recognition and some massive hits like Via Mexico , a song from 1985, on the illegality of divorce , at a time when the country was preparing to establish the law admitted it .

In 1987, Miguel left the band to try a solo career without much success. Returning to 1994 with a renewed and Miguel Zavaleta training as only original member (with Diego Chorno on guitar and keyboards ; Jorge Alvarez on drums and Raul Chevalier on bass), later replaced by Laura Gómez Palma).

In 2003 the original lineup that had recorded the first album in 1982 (Zavaleta, Dones, Minissale, del Barrio) with drummer meets Hernán "Fresa" Robic . The band stays together until the December 8, 2007 Gustavo Donés dies, due to internal conflict and the group broke up shortly after leaving a new unreleased album.[1]

Members[edit]

  • Drums: Daniel Colombres (1981 - 1983)
  • Claudio "Pato" Loza in (1985 - 1987)
  • Claudio Venier (1987)
  • Bass: Edgardo Roggati (Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 4, 1954 - Ibid, October 20, 2003) - (1981)
  • Bass: Gustavo Donés (April 27, 1953 - December 8, 2007) - (1981, 1989, 2003, 2007)
  • Guitar: Jorge Minissale (March 4, 1959 - ) - (1981, 1986, 2003, 2007)
  • Keyboard and voice: Miguel Zavaleta, (February 22, 1954 - ) (1981 - 2007)
  • Keyboard: Juan del Barrio (1981, 1983, 2002, 2007)
  • Guitar: José Luis "Sarten" Asaresi (Province of Santa Fe, Argentina, circa, 1958 - Geneva, Switzerland, November 2, 2011) - (1987)
  • Keyboard: Alejandro Desilvestre (1985)

Miguel Zavaleta[edit]

Miguel Zavaleta
Birth name Miguel Zavaleta
Born (1955-02-16) February 16, 1955 (age 59)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Genres Rock, pop rock, new wave
Occupation(s) Musician, Songwriter and Singer
Instruments Piano and Vocals
Associated acts Charly García, Los Twist, Fabiana Cantilo, Hilda Lizarazu
Website www.miguelzavaleta.com.ar

After the breakup of the band, Miguel Zavaleta (born 16.02.1955), begins his solo career with his first album titled No sé, quizás,suerte, released independently in 2011. It was produced by Palo Pandolfo and Mario Breuer. This disc was not recorded in any record company, so the artist had to hang it on the Internet.

No sé, quizás, suerte[edit]

All songs written and composed by Miguel Zavaleta. 

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "De Lomas a Morón"   Miguel Zavaleta 04:11
2. "Tus ojos son una radio"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:57
3. "Vuelvo a Salta"   Miguel Zavaleta 04:17
4. "Dímelo después"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:54
5. "Marangantú"   Miguel Zavaleta 04:10
6. "Caminos paralelos"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:43
7. "Yo te amo"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:12
8. "Su única diferencia"   Miguel Zavaleta 04:40
9. "El cielo"   Miguel Zavaleta 04:00
10. "Dímelo después (acoustic)"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:54
11. "Tema para Gus"   Miguel Zavaleta 04:22
12. "5 gorditas (instrumental)"   Miguel Zavaleta 01:16

Discography[edit]

Suéter: La reserva moral de Occidente (1982)[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Como en un barco lleno de lauchas"     03:30
2. "Métodos"     03:37
3. "Su única diferencia"     04:32
4. "Sin porteros"     03:46
5. "Atrapado en el hielo"     04:04
6. "El pecarí"     03:37
7. "De mi corazón directo a tu corazón"     03:41
8. "Nos va bien"     04:32
9. "El fugitivo"     04:32
10. "Hasta mañana por la mañana"     03:54

Lluvia de gallinas (1984)[edit]

All songs written and composed by Suéter. 

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Mamá planchame la camisa"   Miguel Zavaleta/Gustavo Donés 03:42
2. "Amanece en la ruta"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:50
3. "Ella quiere a muchos"   Miguel Zavaleta/Gustavo Donés 04:22
4. "De la oscuridad a la claridad"   Miguel Zavaleta 02:26
5. "Alguien puede haberlos convencido"   Miguel Zavaleta/Jorge Minissale 03:35
6. "Lluvia de gallinas"   Miguel Zavaleta/Gustavo Donés 03:38
7. "Si alguna vez imaginaste"   Miguel Zavaleta/Jorge Minissale 03:23
8. "Manifestación de escépticos (So lo ma grande libertad)"   Miguel Zavaleta/Jorge Minissale 03:47
9. "Nada es como fue"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:39
10. "Vivo de noche"   Zavaleta/Donés/Minissale/Loza 03:13
Total length:
35:26

20 caras bonitas (1985)[edit]

All songs written and composed by Suéter. 

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Elefantes en el techo"   Gustavo Donés 04:25
2. "Él anda diciendo"   Miguel Zavaleta 04:04
3. "Noche sin regreso"   Miguel Zavaleta /Alem 03:26
4. "Vía México"   Miguel Zavaleta/Fabián Quintiero 03:28
5. "Jugo de tomate frío (versión de Suéter)"   Javier Martinez/Adaptación de Suéter 03:03
6. "Impulsado siempre a vos"   Miguel Zavaleta/Fabián Quintiero 04:01
7. "Comiendo gefilte fish"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:55
8. "Fotos de una jaula"   Miguel Zavaleta 05:21
9. "Panico en la ciudad"   Jorge Minissale 03:37
10. "Rio de Janeiro, capital de Argentina (Sud América)"   Miguel Zavaleta/Espondaburu/Desilvestre 06:25
Total length:
40:25

Misión ciudadano I (1987)[edit]

All songs written and composed by Suéter. 

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Despegue glorioso"   Aserasi/Zavaleta 04:21
2. "Antes que explote mi planeta"   Miguel Zavaleta/Donés 04:41
3. "Ciudadano ilustre"   Zavaleta/Donés/Venier 03:20
4. "Extraños sucesos protagonizados por un vecino extraño"   Raffio/Venier/Zavaleta 04:43
5. "Oración estelar con recuerdos históricos"   Miguel Zavaleta 04:50
6. "Mornin' mornin' ouuu"   Asaresi/Zavaleta 03:06
7. "Polvo estelar"   Altamirano/Asaresi/Donés/Zavaleta 04:24
8. "Vladimir Soplanuk"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:51
9. "Obertura final"   Aserasi/Venier/Zavaleta 02:11
Total length:
31:57

Sueter 5 (1995)[edit]

All songs written and composed by Suéter. 

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Mimi"     04:01
2. "Jaula de cristal"     04:30
3. "No soy el mismo"     03:54
4. "Joe gay"     04:20
5. "Extraño ser"     03:47
6. "Desvanecidos"     04:47
7. "Última vuelta en el Italpark"     04:43
8. "A veces"     04:44
9. "Quien pudiera desviar el viento"     03:31
10. "Señorita Inés"     03:42
11. "Lastimado"     04:32
12. "El book"     04:04
13. "Guruses"     03:45
14. "Tren"     04:36
15. "Estoy triunfando en Europa"     03:05
16. "Bolero"     02:20

Compilation[edit]

Suéter Completo (1988)[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Vía México"   Miguel Zavaleta/Fabián Quintiero 03:32
2. "Amanece en la ruta"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:50
3. "Su única diferencia"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:37
4. "Él anda diciendo"   Miguel Zavaleta 04:00
5. "El Pecarí"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:37
6. "El Fugitivo"   Miguel Zavaleta/Jorge Minissale 02:49
7. "Comiendo gefilte fish"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:55
8. "Como un barco lleno de lauchas"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:37
9. "Sin porteros"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:46
10. "Métodos"   Miguel Zavaleta/Jorge Minissale 03:35
11. "Jugo de tomate frío (versión de Suéter)"   Javier Martinez/Adaptación de Suéter 03:03
12. "Nada es como fue"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:38

Elefantes en el techo (1987)[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Amanece en la ruta"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:50
2. "Lluvia de gallinas"   Miguel Zavaleta/Gustavo Donés 03:38
3. "Vivo de noche"   Zavaleta/Donés/Minissale/Loza 03:14
4. "Vía México"   Miguel Zavaleta/Fabián Quintiero 03:32
5. "Panico en la ciudad"   Jorge Minissale 03:31
6. "Nada es como fue"   Miguel Zavaleta 03:38
7. "Elefantes en el techo"   Gustavo Donés 04:24
8. "Jugo de tomate frío (versión de Suéter)"   Javier Martinez 03:03
9. "Él anda diciendo"   Miguel Zavaleta 04:00

See also[edit]

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