Autores Chilenos is the sixth official album of the Chilean Andean-Folk band Inti-Illimani, published in 1971. The album is a sort of homage to the Chilean Authors who initiated the movement of the New Chilean Song. On July 1, 2003, around the multiple re-editions and remasters of Inti-Illimani LP records, Warner Music Chile re-released the CD and merged it with the album A la Revolución Mexicana, originally edited in 1969.
The Flight of the Condor: Ice, Wind and Fire is a documentary on The BBC World program, first aired in 1982. Directed and produced by Michael Andrews, who spent eighteen months in the Andes mountain range along with award-winning cameramen Martin Saunders, Hugh Miles and Rodger Jackman, the documentary shows wildlife as well as the particular Andean landscapes.
When I was tender 9 years old, my dad came with 2 singles Inti-Illimani's group. Appeared "Tatatí" and "El aparecido"…
'Canto de pueblos andinos, vol. 2' (Inti-Illimani 5), also known simply as 'Canto de pueblos andinos, vol. 2'…
The success of the series "The Flight of the Condor", gave way to their respective sequel "Return of the Condor".
During the 80s, it was announced with "fanfare" a series by the BBC, titled "Flight of the Condor".
This's Inti-Illimani's beginning, this LP is a Spanish 1981's reissue.
"Inti-Illimani - En directo", one of the many recordings of live Inti.