Charly García is, along with Luis Alberto Spinetta, the most influential musician in Argentinian rock history. He’s the founder of seminal bands in the ‘60s and ‘70s like Sui Generis and Serú Giran, among others. Since the ‘80s he also publishes as solo artist.
Being 66 years old, he made an album which sounds as fresh as ever, much better than previous efforts. As David Bowie did in “The Next Day”, García also brings self-references to different eras of his career and influences.
♪♫ Listen: “La máquina de ser feliz” + album stream