Nexus - Buenos Aires Free Experience Volumen 2 CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

4.09 | 39 ratings

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5 stars Another amazing album from Nexus. This time, the music was recorded live, during jam sessions, with Lito Marcello and Ricardo Soulé as guest musicians. Since this is not a rehearsed album, each track has its own feeling, being completely independent from each other. Tracks 1 and 2 ("Plaga" and "El revés del espejo") are probably the heaviest ones, while track 3 ("Servicio de lounge") has an overall relaxing atmosphere. "No pizza" and "Danza mental" are the most experimental tracks, the first one being an interesting keyboards and drums only track. Track 4 is a kind of short introduction to the next track, in which you can listen to the musicians getting ready to play. "Danza mental" is, without a doubt, the most experimental track here. It features Ricardo Soulé's great violin playing, and Lito Marcello's strange -but suitable- vocals. The whole track has an Egyptian kind of feeling, and the vocals fit perfectly.
MrHiccup | 5/5 |


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