Logically with our limitations. At these meetings of empirical musicians, also arrived from another district, Manuel Prado, contemporary with us; to share our concerns. He came with his guitar. Manuel Prado is the current Manuel Cha Prado renowned guitarist vernacular, which I was lucky to locate recently on the internet. He remembered me, sent me an email telling me that he remembered all those pleasant moments we spent together. Without hesitation baby clothes explained all about the problem. Then I sent him one inviting him to lunch to remember already in person all those moments, but unfortunately could not make this appointment. Their reasons will have.
Maybe much work. Siler’s mother had a brother who lived in the District of San Martin de Porres, in a neighborhood known as candied. This brother was musician and played congas in a band known for those days. Siler and I, went looking for this guy, to learn how was the matter of forming a musical group. The distance to this place was really short, so we did it on foot. We arrived just when the Group was rehearsing, and we stayed hours watching them do this. We had the opportunity to meet all the members of the Group and from joke to joke, we could learn more about the fascinating world of sets music. The teen is adventurer by nature, and that desire to embark on adventures, pushes it to commit some that are not so nice to say sometimes.
Rafo was the name of the uncle of Siler. And Rafo introduced us to Pocho, but who was this Pocho? Pocho was a friend of the neighborhood of Rafo who had come from Tingo Maria, after several years for that place. Pocho had returned to Lima with the intention of forming a band to take to Tingo Mario. Pocho liked to sing, but honestly better who does not sing. Rafo who no longer wanted to belong to the musical group which was an integral, tells us to Siler and myself, to go to Tingo Maria with Pocho.