He Indium Solari surprised this week’s fans Ricotta Cakes sharing the live version of the hit lost toysrecorded on the second night of his Two historic recital concerts at the River stadium.
The appearance of the song was quite a surprise, because for years he has been publicly confronting his former colleagues Skay Beilinson and Poli about the live recordings of Patricio Rey and his Redonditos de Ricota.
Three years ago, in fact, the recordings of a show in Huracán were “leaked”, material that had provoked one of the last internal discussions.
Now, without warning, Indio Solari uploaded this song to his official YouTube channelwhich in less than 24 hours was seen by more than 32,000 people.
This is the first official recording of that recital, of which all kinds of unofficial recordings have obviously been circulating for decades. And here the sound quality is noticeably higher than any pirated tape.
It should be added that this is not the first time El Indio has uploaded this type of material: in September 2021 he uploaded a recording of a show by a band in Uruguay in 1989 to YouTube.
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The taking of lost toys It belongs to the controversial Redonditos shows in River, on April 15 and 16, 2000, where more than 150,000 people took part in the “largest pogo in the world” in two unforgettable days.
ANDIn those shows he died of a stab wound Jorge Pelé Ríos and 150 wounded were counted.
The chronicles of the time remember him playing The tree of the big hood Around 21:30, Poli approached Indio and told him what had happened in one of the stadium’s sectors, which led to the interruption of the recital for 20 minutes.
The seriousness of the story provoked the reaction of the vocalist: “Very serious things happened tonight. A couple of motherfuckers came in to hurt people. We don’t know why, they ruined the effort the band made. They shit on 70,000 people.”
“All this pressure that the press has been applying for days to put us in this ghetto, making us believe we are animals. They probably did it the last night we play. We are not in the mood right now, there are children injured,” she added to finally announce that they would continue with the show “out of respect for you.”
“But it will probably be one of the last times we play. According to the judge’s opinion, we will play with the stadium lights on,” he concluded.
And so it was: after a few months they separated.
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