Spinetta Jade was an Argentine rock-jazz band active between 1980 and 1985, alterned with Almendra's reunion and the solo career of Luis Alberto Spinetta.
In its early months, the band was formed by Luis Alberto Spinetta (guitar and main vocals), Pedro Aznar (bass-guitar), Lito Vitale (keyboards), Juan del Barrio (keyboards) and Pomo Lorenzo (drums).
In August 1980, after the substitution of Lito Vitale for Diego Rapoport in the keyboards, and Pedro Aznar for Beto Satragni in the bass-guitar, the band was presented the album Alma de Diamante. Then, in September, Jade was alterned with Serú Girán in a recital.
After any modification in the alineation of the band (was remplazed Beto Satragni for Frank Ojstersek in the bass guitar, and Juan del Barrio by Leo Sujatovich in the keyboards), Jade was presented the album Los niños que escriben en el cielo in the Prima Rock Festival on September 1981.
After the solo album of Spinetta, Kamikaze, and more modifications in the alineation (Frank Ojstersek was remplazed for César Franov in the bass-guitar), the album Bajo Belgranowas presented between another Spinetta's solo album: Mondo di Cromo. The third album of Jade, had pop influences.
In 1984, the band incluyed to Lito Epumer in the main guitar, and remplazed to Leo Sujatovich for Mono Fontana in the keyboards, and presented his fourth and last album: Madre en años luz in the Luna Park Stadium. Thir work was influenced for a lot of synth-pop sounds. Then, in the midlies of 1985, with Paul Dourge in the mini-mood, the band was dissolved.