Nacho Sotomayor was born in Villanueva del Arzobispo (Jaén, Spain) in 1966. During two decades he combined the experimentation in the area of digital computing and electronic musical treatments with his studies of Philosophy and Arts.
In 2006, Nacho and his brother Francisco founded their own record label “Absolut Ambient”, a project that is much more emotional than comercial, and which beds on fresh and daring electronic music.
The name Young Guns seems ironically amiss until one learns that this recording dates from 1968-69 when organist Gene Ludwig was thirty years old, guitarist Pat Martino twenty-three and drummer Randy Gelispie somewhere in that neighborhood, long before he became fondly known as "Uncle G." The organ trio was in its heyday then, and this one was caught on tape during an exciting live date at Club 118 in Louisville, KY. How many other such performances have been lost forever owing to the absence of a tape recorder or the failure to turn it on is anyone's guess. But this one, thank goodness, has been preserved for present-day ears to appreciate.
Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo have spent most of their summer vacations with their fans. From Long Island, New York, to Anaheim, California they've been touring for more than twenty-five years playing the hits that have earned them Four Grammy's and Nine Grammy nominations…