Argentinean rock-band Almendra was shaped in 1967 by ex-los Larkins and ex-Sbirros. In Sept of 1968, the music group released an individual, including its music “Tema de Pototo” and “Un Mundo Entre las Manos.” After issuing two even more singles, the group began touring Argentina, documenting a self-titled record in 1969 another one in 1970. By enough time “Muchacha (Ojos De Papel)” became Almendra’s main achievement, members within the music group began turning up their distinctions, creating a distressing functioning community. The group split up soon after taking part in the Buenos Aires Rock and roll Celebration. In 1979, Almendra was reunited to execute at Buenos Aires’ Obras Sanitarias, documenting a live recording and releasing Un Valle Interior in 1980.