"Palito, Bombon, Heladooooo!"
It's the tipical shout of “heladeros” in the street of Buenos Aires and South America.
Cities and places that preserve the memory of times when ice for the icecream was only imported from England and United States of America.
Argentinian brothers Santiago and Facundo Moreno, Buenos Aires originals, arrived in Italy after the economical crisis of 2001 and integrated in the musical scene of Genoa, giving life to the “Aparecidos” project, mixing jazz, folklore, milonga and sperimentation.
To date, the band is as follows:
Facundo Moreno: classic guitar, charango
Santiago Moreno: classic guitar
Tommaso Rolando: contrabass, electric bass
Marco Ravera: electric guitar
Santo Florelli: drums
Manuel Merialdo: percussions, glockenspiel
The first record "Lo que hay en el charco" was out in 2009 for the Dodicilune Label.
"Palito, Bombon, Helado" is out now on Altrock with some lineup change and a different energy.
Who have seen their concerts knows that there's a kind of magic, also because of the close partnerships of the brothers with the world of circus and street theater...South America, Andean music, tango, the narrow streets of Genoa, the port, improvisation, cumbia, milonga, the concerts in the streets, the magic of circus and its melancholy, all this is