Skilled musician from Argentina David Lebón got mixed up in rock scene in 1970 while playing bass in regional act Pappo’s Blues, led by Norberto Napolitano. The next 12 months, he became drummer of Edelmiro Molinari’s Color Humano, becoming a member of Luis Alberto Spinetta’s Pescado Rabioso in 1972. It had been the entire year after when David Lebón documented his first single recording, which didn’t imply ending his involvement in different tasks. In 1975, the multi-instrumentalist produced a band known as Polifemo and became a member of experimental rock and roll group Seru Giran immediately after, playing alongside Charly García, Pedro Aznar, and Oscar Moro. In 1980, David Lebón released Nayla.