Argentinian keyboardist Litto Nebbia made this fusion-tinged album in 1977. Lots of Fender Rhodes & Moog give this a 70s feel to it for sure.
Nebbia also plays clavinet, ARP string ensemble, acoustic piano and acoustic & electric guitars. He is helped by a drummer/percussionist and a bass player who plays acoustic as well as electric bass. While this certainly has a fusion feeling in places (some critics have compared it to Return To Forever) it is also very rooted in the European progressive rock tradition, particularly the Italian groups such as Banco or PFM. The experienced listener will also recognize the influence of South American artists like Mia, Crucis, Mutantes or O Terco. Though Nebbia has been around for a long time so perhaps the influence is the other way 'round!
At any rate, this is first class South American prog with hints at fusion & certainly an influence from the European masters of the genre! This CD reissue includes all of the original LP plus three bonus tracks!