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INDÍGENA

Mar de Robles

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.12 | 73 ratings

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kidofthecentury
5 stars Four years after their debut album, Mar De Robles came out with an awesome release named "Indígena". Unlike "MdR", this album is purely instrumental except for little passages in "X_2000" and "Chileneos", and that means Lucho Tobar mostly played the sax and flute throughout it. The results are beautiful: 9 tracks of ethnic latin prog, chaotic at times and mellow at others, but this fulfills what we were expecting from the band. Every band member knows how to make his instrument sound like his own soul, being it Rodrigo's guitar or Ignacio's djembé, and that's extremely appreciated when listening to progressive music. I bought this and I can tell you that it is worth every cent and I give it four stars because I know Mar De Robles has much more to show and sooner or later will come out with a five-stars amazing records.

Recommended to: any fan of King Crimson, Focus and latin prog in general, specially fans of Akinetón Retard.

Be aware of this exquisite chilean band!!

kidofthecentury | 5/5 |

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