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Imán, Califato Independiente

Imán, Califato Independiente
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Spain
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Imán, Califato Independiente, also known as simply Imán, was a Spanish progressive rock band formed in 1976 in Madrid. Iñaki Egaña (bass, vocals) got together with Manuel Rodriguez (guitar, previously with Goma) and Kiko Guerrero (drums), initially as a trio, then adding Marcos Mantero (keyboards) for the recording of their first album. Personnel changes followed, including the departure of founding member Egaña, and the band continued until the mid-80s, releasing a second album in 1980. Members of the band have reunited intermittently since then.
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Imán, Califato Independiente — Camino del Águila Imán, Califato Independiente — Camino del Águila
(Musea FGBG 4109.AR, 1980/1994, CD)
Imán, Califato Independiente — Imán, Califato Independiente Imán, Califato Independiente — Imán, Califato Independiente
(Columbia 488557 2, 1978/1997, CD)
 

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