Talented musician from Argentina David Lebón got involved in the rock scene in 1970 while playing bass in local act Pappo's Blues, led by Norberto Napolitano. The following year, he became drummer of Edelmiro Molinari's Color Humano, joining Luis Alberto Spinetta's Pescado Rabioso in 1972. It was the year after when David Lebón recorded his first solo album, which didn't mean ending his participation in different projects. In 1975, the multi-instrumentalist formed a band called Polifemo and joined experimental rock group Seru Giran soon after, playing along with Charly García, Pedro Aznar, and Oscar Moro. In 1980, David Lebón issued Nayla.
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