Melopea Discos present a reissue of Litto Nebbia’s Melopea, originally released in 1974. Melopea is one of most praised works by Litto Nebbia — the title of this album, years later, would become the name of his record label and production company. It is an elegant opus in songwriting, and perhaps one of his most song-orientated creations. A subtle pop and prog overtones paint an aura full of identity, and originality. The highlight is the presence of the venerated orchestral conductor, guitarist, and composer Rodolfo Alchourron. He was a master in fusing the tango with jazz and rock and piloted the amazing band Sanata Y Clarificación. Also worth mentioning, there are lyrics of the renowned poet Mirta Delfipo. “La Lección Del Viajero” is a beautiful folk song in a Dylanesque vein. “Gloria Y Guitarra” and “Augurio Del Silencioso” have peculiar Brazilian overtones. “Los Lunes De La Humanidad” (intersected by shivering tango nuances), “Apelación De Otoño” (a very moving interpretation), and the closing track simply called “Final” (“Ending”, what a chic finale) are enriched by a flowering orchestration. Enjoy, then, a remastered and restored sui generis pop adventure. Having over 100 albums under his belt, including soundtracks, full productions and collaborations, Félix Francisco Nebbia, as known as Litto Nebbia was born in Rosario, Santa Fé province, Argentina, in 1948. Aside of being a cult name and an artistic institution per se, he can easily display a legendary status as his name appears in over 1200 songs. As early as 1963, he was already playing guitar, and playing lo-key gigs. With his best friend Ciro Fogliatta he formed the first Argentinian rock band in 1966, Los Gatos. He established Melopea, his own company, a pioneer enterprise for discovering and recording upcoming talents as well as being a record label. He has collaborated with well-regarded musicians as Cacho Tejera, Victor Biglione, Zé Renato, Domingo Cura, and Lito Vitale. Welcome to the legendary world of Litto Nebbia!