Spanish experimental rock-band Triana was shaped in the middle-’70s by ex-Los Payos guitarist Eduardo Rodríguez, drummer Juan José Palacios, and ex-Tabaca Jesús de la Rosa. Triana’s 1st album, called Un Patio, premiered in 1974. Immediately after, the music group was touring the neighborhood club circuit, documenting Hijos Del Agobio in 1977 and Sombra con Luz in 1979. Within the 1980s, Triana converted into a pop/rock and roll style, releasing El Encuentro along with a self-titled record in 1981. On Oct 13th, 1983, Jesús de la Rosa passed on after a car crash. That tragic event finished in the band’s separation. It had been in 1994 when Juan José Palacios made a decision to form a fresh Triana, touring Spain, playing the aged songs, and documenting El Jardín Electrico in 1997, accompanied by 1998’s En Libertad.