Nearly 20 years after the formation of The Natty Combothe band created and led by Sergio Colombothe album just came out The missionwhich brings a song together with the Indium Solari, call Five.
The song is one of the group’s classics and is a new version, with the luxury of having Carlos “Indio” Solari, in his first foray into reggae rhythm.
Other guests on the album are Debora Dixon, Luciana Palacios, Gaspar Benegas, Baltasar Comotto e Miguel Ángel Tallarita, all colleagues of Colombo in The Fundamentalists of Air Conditioning.
The recording of Indio’s participation was done in his personal studio, Luzbola, in Parque Leloir.
El Natty Combo reggae
El Natty Combo is an Argentine roots reggae group formed by Sergio Colombo in 2003. Their first album was Sergio Colombo presents The Natty Comboand the successor was real soundwhich led to the consolidation of the band, with a sound that blends the best of the roots of the golden years of 70’s Jamaican reggae with innovation and experimentation of a futuristic nature.
In 2006 he recorded super dubbing, a selection of the first two albums in dub version which includes the unreleased song Fivewhich they just re-recorded with El Indio.
In 2007 El Natty Combo presented their fourth album, Pulsewith more songs sung, and gained its first international exposure, releasing the album in Mexico and touring nearly 15 shows.
The following year he released his fifth album, En llamas, with the particularity of having almost all the songs sung and having Alika participate in one of them.
El Natty Combo was launched in 2010 the presenthis sixth album, and continues his climb while maintaining and reinforcing his style and musical quality.
In May 2012 they presented Sergio Colombo sings Dennis Brownwith twelve songs by the famous Jamaican artist, translated and adapted by Colombo and the group’s drummer, Pablo Glikin.
El Natty Combo’s last works were Black (2018), black dub (2019), the EP Candies (2020) and the instrumental flowers and bubbles (2020), which won the Gardel award, in the Best Reggae and Ska Album category.
The Indian, without shows
At the end of February of this year, Indio Solari spoke to the radio show that Mariskal Romero has in Spainand referred to his health problems.
The big news of the talk was that the 74-year-old musician confirmed that due to his illness he will no longer perform live: “Right now that door is ajar, due to my illness, beyond what I want to tell you. I don’t want to turn this into a critical thing, it doesn’t allow me to be at my best. Unfortunately for me, Parkinson’s is progressing, but we have to fight it”.
“It seems to me that it’s time to step back and dedicate yourself to being a councilor, and stop annoying young people because you end up being a stopper. They have to grow up and this cap doesn’t give more, ”she said.
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