Bailando en una pata

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Bailando En Una Pata
Bailando en una pata album cover.jpg
Live album by La Renga
Released July 1995
Recorded Arena Obras Sanitarias, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1995
Genre Hard rock
Label PolyGram
Producer Mario Breuer
La Renga
La Renga chronology
A Dónde Me Lleva La Vida
(1994)
Bailando En Una Pata
(1995)
Despedazado por Mil Partes
(1996)

Bailando En Una Pata is the third album by the Argentine hard rock band La Renga. It contains songs from Esquivando Charcos performed live and recorded at the Arena Obras Sanitarias. It was edited in "El Pie" Studios in July, 1995. The album has a live cover of Steppenwolf's "Born to Be Wild" but the title appears in Spanish and a new song at the time: El Viento Que Todo Empuja. The studio version of this song appears in 1996's album Despedazado por Mil Partes. The album achieved 2× platinum status in Argentina for selling over 120,000 copies.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Gustavo Nápoli, except "Nacido Para Ser Salvaje" (Mars Bonfire), "Quiero Un Sombrero" (Felix Cardenas) and "La Mamadera" (Osmar Safety):

  1. "Buseca y Vino Tinto"
  2. "Moscas Verdes, Para El Charlatán"
  3. "Embrollos, Fatos y Paquetes"
  4. "El Viento Que Todo Empuja"
  5. "El Juicio del Ganso"
  6. "Nacido Para Ser Salvaje"
  7. "Intervalo" (crowd)
  8. "Negra Mi Alma, Negro Mi Corazón"
  9. "Luciendo Mi Saquito Blusero"
  10. "Blues de Bolivia" / Medley: "Quiero Un Sombrero" / "La Mamadera"
  11. "Somos Los Mismos de Siempre"
  12. "Voy a Bailar a La Nave del Olvido"
  13. "Bailando En Una Pata"
  14. "Cantito Popular" (crowd)

Personnel[edit]

Guest musicians[edit]

  • Martín Lorenzo - percussion
  • Gastón Bernardou - percussion
  • Eduardo Trípodi - percussion

Additionel personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CAPIF certification database". CAPIF. Retrieved 2011-12-30.