Argentinean rock foursome Color Humano was shaped in the first ’70s following Almendra disbanded. In 1972, the group released a self-titled debut record. When drummer David Lebón made a decision to sign up for Pescado Rabioso, ex-los Gatos Oscar Moro became a member of in. Shortly the music group participated within the film Rock and roll Hasta Que Se Ponga Un Sol using the music “Larga Vida Al Sol” and “Coto De Caza.” After issuing two even more information in 1973, vocalist/guitarist Edelmiro Molinari made a decision to proceed to the U.S., and bassist Rinaldo Rafanelli became a member of folk-rock group Sui Generis. Color Humano disbanded in 1974. However, the initial lineup was reunited in Sept of 1995 to record a live show at Buenos Aires’ the Roxy, released that same yr.