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La Máquina de Hacer Pájaros


Symphonic Prog

3.99 | 126 ratings

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4 stars All of C.Garcia's projects have an high emotional burden. This work is not an exception. In this album, LMDHP presents an emo-symphonic rock, that mixes classical music and tango, in rock format. The musicians are good. García and Cutaia (in various keyboards) smelts the melodies with atmospheres. Bazterrica and Moro ('the clock'), display his skills and creativity. Sometimes, Fernández achieves Sqire's sound.

The album begins with an old song: "Bubulina" (this theme was played in the last Sui Generis live album). 'Bubulina' begin as a prog-ballad, go through a psychedelic/symphonic moment and arrive to climax: a furious and emotive part, which introduces me in the final.

The next track "Como mata el viento norte" is the less prog than the others, but is good.

"Boletos, pases y abonos" starts with a hi-hat's "game"; well, the song begins with a "pentatonic sound"; in the middle of the theme, the 'symphonism' is presented.

"No puedo verme más" and "Rock and Roll" might be described as 'symphonic rock and roll', because there is a R'n'R influence but the instruments and voices generate complex symphonic textures.

"Por probar el vino y el agua salada" is singly nice 'country music'.

The latest song ("Ah, te ví entre luces") is the longest work in this album and maybe the most ambitious work in the combo. Some parts are angelic: only voices and strings. Another parts are intense: 'weighty' drums, guitar and bass; synths to full, and choral voices arrangements.

Listen "La Máquina de hacer Pájaros". If you want to have an complete collection of symphonic prog, you must have an ejemplar of this album. The second album ("Películas") is better yet. Shortly I will review it.


Marcos | 4/5 |


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