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INVISIBLE

Invisible

 

Symphonic Prog

3.76 | 52 ratings

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serugiran
5 stars 1974, first Invisible album, Starless and Bible Black was just on the market and apparently Luis Alberto Spinetta caught some King Crimson influences which "El flaco" denied proudly,Spinetta was incurring into Artaud and Rimbaud surrealism so his lyrics were always incredible, full of fantasy and mystic. The Line Up would be what people consider a power trio but with the slight difference of making an incredible harmony work with the guitar.People who starts playing the guitar reache Spinetta after developing a great hearing, due to the complexity of some of his chords, Anyway... In this Album prog heads will find some jazz-rock prefectly played, sometimes even more enjoyable than Mahavishnu Orchestra( listen to the 1st track).

Perhaps the last track would be a typical power trio song.

The whole album its really enjoyable music, making an exception in " Temo de Elmo Lesto".

An essential one as the other Invibles albums.I's not Yes, it's Invisible, the albums from Invisble, Crucis and La Maquina de hacer Pájaros are essential due to the approach that brings to prog heads about Southamerican prog rock, an unique style, far from being similar to Close to de Edge.

serugiran | 5/5 |

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