||Chaco CD (1996)
Emmanuel Horvilleur CD discography 2004 release from the Latin hardcore rap outfit. Universal.
Full performer name: Illya Kuryaki & The Valderramas.
Personnel: I.K.V. (vocals, organ); Guadalupe Marti (vocals); Dante Spinetta (guitar, acoustic guitar, synthesizer, programming, loops); Gabriel Albizuri (guitar, viola); Emmanuel Horvilleur (acoustic guitar, percussion); Claudio Cardone (cello, piano, Fender Rhodes piano, harpsichord, organ, vocoder, xylophone); Gustavo Ridilenir (flute); Santi Vazquez (trumpet); Nicolas Cota (vocoder, xylophone, congas, percussion); Gus Spinetta (vocoder, percussion); Javier Malocetti (double bass); Fernando Samalea (drums).
Recording information: Diosa Salvaje Villa Urquiza, Bs.As., Argentina (01/1995-06/1995).
Directors: Claudio Cardone; Villavencio.
Editor: Andrés Mayo.
Photographers: Fernando Samalea; Eduardo Marti; Yamia Melillo; Nora Lezano; Bruce Lee.
Arrangers: Claudio Cardone; The Valderrmas; Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas; Villavencio.
||Leche CD (1999)
Emmanuel Horvilleur albums LECHE was nominated for the 2000 Latin Grammy Award for Best Rock Album.
Illya Kuryaki and the Valderamas return with Leche, another example of the Argentine group's fusion of rap and rock. Their psychedelic side emerges on tracks like "DJ Droga" and "Apocalipsis Wow!" while "Latin Geisha," "Robot," and "Guerrilla Sexual" demonstrate the fluidity of their rapping. Leche is another diverse and entertaining release from one of Argentina's most inventive bands. ~ Heather Phares
Illya Kuryaki & The Valderramas includes: Dante Spinetta (vocals, guitar, Clavinet, synthesizer, bass, vocoder, loops); Emmanuel Horvilleur (vocals, guitar, Wurlitzer piano, Clavinet, synthesizer, vibraslap, percussion); Bootsy Collins (vocals, bass); Pingui (acoustic & electric guitars); Claudio (strings, piano, Fender Rhodes piano, Hammond B-3 organ, Mellotron, Clavicord, Moog synthesizer, synthesizer, vocoder); Ridilenir (flute); Fuchi (piano); F. Nale, Vadala (bass); Sergio (drums, timbaletas); Jota Morelli (steel drums); Nico (congas, bongos, tablas, botellas, guiro, cowbell, shaker, finger cymbals, palmas); Gus Spinetta (percussion); Saga (scratches).
Recorded at Circo Beat and La Diosa Salvaje, Buenos Aires; Master Mix Studios, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Bootzilla Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio; Music Grinder Studios, Los Angeles, California.
Producers: Illya Kuryaki, Nico Cota, Sergio Verdinelli.
Engineers include: Tom Tucker, Bootsy Collins, Tom Russo.
Personnel: Dante Spinetta (vocals, guitar, synthesizer, bass synthesizer, vocoder, bass programming); Emmanuel Horvilleur (vocals, Clavinet, Wurlitzer organ, synthesizer, vibraslap, percussion); Bootsy Collins (vocals); Pingüi (guitar, acoustic guitar); Gustavo Ridilenir (flute); Kathy Jensen (alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Kenny Holmen (tenor saxophone); Dave Jensen (trumpet, flugelhorn); Steve Strand (trumpet); Michael B. Nelson (trombone); Hornheads (horns); Claudio Cardone (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, clavichord, synthesizer, Moog synthesizer, vocoder, programming); Fuchi (piano); Nicolas Cota (Clavinet, congas, bongos, cowbells, finger cymbals, guiro, shaker, tabla, timbales, palmas); Sergio ...