Reluciente, Rechinante y Aterciopelado

Reluciente, Rechinante y Aterciopelado

Live album by Aterciopelados

April 22, 2016

Rock en español


Sony Music

Rafael Arcaurte

Aterciopelados chronology

Reluciente, Rechinante y Aterciopelado

Singles from Reluciente, Rechinante y Aterciopelado

“Luz Azul”
Released: October 16, 2015
“Florecita Rockera”
Released: March 8, 2016
Released: July 13, 2016

Reluciente, Rechinante y Aterciopelado is the first live album by Colombian band Aterciopelados. It was recorded before a live audience of 140 guests in Bogotá, Colombia, on June 2, 2015 and released as a CD and DVD on April 22, 2016.[1][2] Directed by Roberto de Zubiría and produced by Rafael Arcaurte the album includes featured performances by León Larregui, Spanish singer Macaco, Goyo (ChocQuibTown) and Catalina García (Monsieur Perine).
The proposal to record a concert film was came from Sony Music Colombia after the band’s comeback concert at Rock al Parque 2014. After almost two months of rehearsals the concert was recorded. The album contains songs from their previous albums El Dorado, La Pipa de la Paz, Caribe Atómico and Gozo Poderoso as well as songs from solo projects by the members of the band.[3]


1 Recording and scenery
2 Track listing
3 Personnel
4 References
5 External links

Recording and scenery[edit]
The musical pre-production was carried out in Tigo Music Studios by Audiovisión, the studio where the band recorded some of their most well-known works. The concert took place in RTI studios, which was illuminated with lamps made out of 810 bottles of detergent and softeners, a large velvet heart, a tree made of tires and plastic caps, and CDs that served as a framework on the steps. Juan Garces was in charge of the scenery.
The recording consisted of two sessions totaling approximately three hours. The first, beginning with Baracunatana, included El Estuche, El Álbum and Rompecabezas. They then go ahead into a couple solo songs, Soy La Semilla Nativa from Niños Cristal by Buitrago and Yo, one of the most glittering successes from the album Dos by Echeverri. The second session contains an unreleased track called Re which is a tribute to the Mexican band Café Tacuba. It consists of sets of words with the “Re” syllable and a Norteño melody. For the interpretation of Maligno, León Larregui of the band Zoé and Colombian bandoneon player Giovanni Parra were invited t