See Imán Califato Independiente.
Symphonic/progressive rock band from Spain formed in 1976 by Iñaki Egaña (bass), Manuel Imán (guitars) from the band Goma, and Kiko Guerrero (drums). In 1977 keyboard Marcos Mantero joined them.
With the band closed, the chosen name was: Imán Califato Independiente.
The first, "Imán Califato Independiente", is an experimental mixture between instrumental symphonic rock and etnic sounds. It contains the 20-min suite "Tarantos Del Califato Independiente". The album was acclaimed by the critics, and throw them to the…
Your suggestion has been successfully submitted.