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10.000 ANOS DEPOIS ENTRE VÉNUS E MARTE

José Cid

 

Symphonic Prog

4.25 | 138 ratings

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João Francisco
3 stars After sixty years of fascism in Potugal that lead portuguese society into a hole... the country seems to see the light in terms of music!... José Cid passed into jazz, bossa nova, rock and pop and this album culminates all his experience at the time! I'm still amazed with his work (and Tantra's work) because Portugal is a strange land to acept very elaborated music!...

The musicians like Ramon Gallarza still on musical scene, Zé Nabo still a great bassist and Mike still work with José Cid. 10,000 Anos Depois Entre Venus E Marte is (sadlly) just a passage or a phase of their lifes. The album is very interessant, knowing of the poor possibilites of that time in Portugal. I'm very proud of him cause they had the courage sing in portuguese, witch is a difficult thing in many aspects.

José Cid's work is not a imported thing! He breathe from inside to outside, in the use of some ethnical portuguese work in "future music". We could say that the space trip he made lead of Portugal into space!

Who knows if there will be another prog jouney in to space from Portugal...

João Francisco | 3/5 |

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