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|Origin||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Labels||Music Hall Records|
|Members||left to right:
María Rosa Yorio
Porsuigieco was a Folk-rock "super-band" by Charly García, Nito Mestre (from Sui Generis), Leon Gieco, Raul Porchetto and Maria Rosa Yorio (Garcia's wife). The band was active only in 1975. The only album that they released was Porsuigieco. They performed live only two times. After 1976, the band was dissolved but in 1978 they played in a festival in Buenos Aires.
- Charly García: Keyboards, piano, vocals.
- Nito Mestre: Guitar, flute, vocals.
- León Gieco: Guitars, mouth organ, tambourine, vocals.
- Raul Porchetto: Guitar, vocals.
- María Rosa Yorio: Backing vocals.