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Posted: Jan 26 2010, 07:38 AM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 27-October 05
In Sudden Walks
This arrived without any kind of bio or press bumph, and as I'm rapidly losing interest in the internet, I decided to review it the old fashioned way. A quick look at the song titles and lengths screamed prog. Well, what you would think ehen confronted by a ten minute song called 'Summer Fall'? Exactly.
I'm also going to out on a limb and suggest that Alejandro, Rodrigo, Germani, Felipe, Luis and Sebastian may well turn out to be a Hispanic prog band. And a mighty fine prog band they are too, firmly in the best symphonic prog tradition.
There are a couple of shorter numbers on offer as well, but it's when they stretch out on the likes of 'Hawaii', 'The Maiden' and 'Mariachi' that this really shines. The latter, especially, is outstanding, with an intricate arrangement, theatrical scene and breathtaking musicianship. Progsters should hunt this down as a matter of some urgency.
:twisted :twisted :twisted 1/2 / 3.5 out of 5