Jazz rock from Barcelona. Their only record was released by Zeleste.
They played with Música Urbana
in the soundtrack of the film "Tatuaje" in 1977.
Eduard Altaba, contrabassist of Blay Tritono, has participated in other
proyects after Blay Tritono splitted, such as de Tropopausa.
Nowadays (2005) he is with Les Anciens, along with an old colleague
in Blay Tritono: Joan Saura, in charge of samplers; Oriol Perucho in
drums and Enric Cervera (double bass, vocals, percussions and
effects). Their proposal combine music with the projection of movies.
Their debut was in the LEM Festival de Barcelone, in November 2005.
See their web site for more information www.lesanciens.es.
Néstor Munt, trompetist of Blay Tritono, is devoted to music teaching.
In 2004 he released his work "El solfeo no es feo" (solfedge is not so
ugly) book and CD in order to understand the basic notions of music
laenguage and apply them in practical cases. Now he is working with
the band Bandalix, integrated by wind and percussion musicians.
They play jazz covers (John Coltrane, Horace Silver, Thelonious
Monk...), brazilian music (Hermeto Pascoal, Sivuca), movie music
(Nino Rota) and traditional music. In 2000 they recorded the album
"Carpe Díem", composed of 16 pieces (one of them arranged by
Joan Josep Blay himself) and in 2004 the second one, entitled like the
band, in a limited edition of 2 CDs, including a cover of the piece
"Marroquí", from the Blay Tritono's record, arranged for brass and
percussion. Their web site is www.bandalix.com.
Review of the record "Clot 20" (in spanish)