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Manal were an early argentine rock group, one of the three along with Almendra and Los Gatos dubbed the fouding trilogy of rock in that country.

Whereas Almendra brought an Argentine identity to the sound and Los Gatos the electric guitar, influenced by Cream Manal brought the blues to Argentina's rock conscience. Their early years where spent in regular gigs at the mythic "La Cueva" club, birthplace of the first generation of Argentine rock groups.

Manal is an Arabic name that means can get hold of it and there is well known phrase is Arabic that includes this name: "sa'ab al Manal" which means very difficut to reach.

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