A favorite Peruvian rock and roll group in the past due 1960s and early 1970s, Visitors Sound had an extremely British-influenced early progressive rock and roll audio such as Visitors and (even more distantly) Jethro Tull. These commonalities were obvious in the band’s usage of flute and saxes, all performed by Jean Pierre Magnet, who may possibly also play vibes and percussion. What’s surprising is the fact that Visitors Sound, unlike additional South American sets of the time that only found light within the North Hemisphere within the 1990s, usually do not audio amazing or primitive. They just appear to be an achieved minor-league 1970 rock-band with considerable intensifying, psychedelic, and spirit affects informing their initial material. There is a Latin experience to some from the rhythmic percussive grooves, sure, but forget about, really, than you’ll find inside a slice like Traffic’s “Feelin’ Alright.” They disbanded in 1972 after four albums; a few of their material discovered US launch in 1997.