Chilean singer and songwriter Eduardo Gatti was created in 1949. Motivated by music symbols such as for example Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, and Violeta Parra, Gatti had taken guitar lessons shortly forming a music group known as the Clouds and afterwards a new action named Apparition documenting a “Whenever a Guy Loves a female” cover, released by RCA as an individual. After travelling around European countries, Eduardo Gatti came back to Chile signing up for a band known as los Blops, playing along with Juan Contreras, Sergio Bezara, Julio Villalobos, and Juan Pablo Orrego. By that point, “Llos Momentos,” a vintage pop-folk ballad, was created. In 1970, Blops premiered, accompanied by Blops ll and 1973’s La Locomotora. By that point, the band split up, temporarily returning in 1978 like a duet produced by Gatti and Juan Pablo Orrego. In 1980, Eduardo Gatti began his solo profession, launching a self-titled record in 1982. That record provided him another smash strike, a song known as “Quiero Paz.” A calendar year afterwards, Gatti ll arrived, getting his melody “Navegante” contained in Un Ultimo Grumete’s soundtrack. In 1994, Eduardo Gatti was asked by Paul McCartney to open up his concert at Santiago de Chile’s Estadio Nacional. Gatti’s very best hits were put together in the 1995 recording De Momentos, Viajes con Navegantes.