The Brotherhood of the solar flower (Argentina Rock Band, '6
The Brotherhood was a community of hippies living in La Plata, among which stood out the journalist Miguel Grinberg, and Eduardo Diaz Kubero Skay Beilinson (future guitarist of Redonditos Ricotta).
In late 1968 they recorded a demo of heavy rock that was not accepted by the record. The following year he debuted at the Globe theatre and recorded the single "fleeting shadow in the city." They managed to devote the first edition BARock.
With the production of Billy Bond only recorded the LP, with the formation Kubero Diaz (guitar and vocals), Morci Requena (low), "Handle" Peace (drums), Enrique Gornatti (guitar) and Skay (guitar). In 1971 the board included "Rock around the country" and "I'll meet you somewhere."
The dissolution of the band, in 1974, brought with it, too, to the community life of the Brotherhood. Several of its members were part of weighing the Rock and Roll by Billy Bond. Pursued by the military, Gornatti, and Jorge Kubero Pinchevsky (violin) traveled to Europe with the idea of continuing the Brotherhood there, but this did not happen.
This song is called "prison" and the Brotherhood of the solar flower recorded it in 1968, but for some unknown reason, was published thirty years later.