FA.CD.8730 Como tú yes.
FA.CD. 8740 Agua de la fonte clara
FA.CD.013/ FA.C. 013 Mineros
Saying Nuberu implies speaking about a charismatic and historic couple in Asturian music since 25 years ago. Chus Pedro Suárez and Manolo Peñayos, singers and composers who were members of the band Camaretá on the seventies, created music during the Political transition in Asturias; a lot of their tunes became very popular and some of them ( Aida la Fuente; A Juanín, lhome de la unidá ) were real anthems for the asturian labour. They were also the first group who included the gaita on a context of modern instruments, reaching Manolo Quirós ( the piper) quite a lot of fame.
Como tú yes is a live album recorded in Campoamor Theatre on April 1991, with which Nuberu started a new stage in their career. It compiles all their hits from the seventies and first eighties, counting on collaborations like the ones of Jose Angel Hevia, Che de Cabaños or Manolo Quirós. All this is well accompanied by an excellent band conducted by Gabino Antuña and Julio Sánchez Andrade, responsibles of their tracks musical arrangements since a lot of years ago.
Agua de la fonte clara shows the new style of Nuberu on the nineties. There are important tracks such as the one that gives name to the album, composed by Víctor Manuel San José, or Delina, a version of an Irish ballad that Chus Pedro dedicates to his mother.
Mineros is a remixed album of a monographic LP dedicated to the mines workers that Chus Pedro Suárez recorded on his own on the late eighties. En el pozu María Luisa, La mula torda, Mineru lu quiero madre... are some of the tracks included on this album, which sings to the mining sector in Asturian coalfields. A working culture that , through a century and a half was a main factor of Asturian History and which is about to disappear.