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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.43 | 12 ratings

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3 stars It seems to me like Tryo had more potential, but they haven't used it totally, or at least in this album (together with "Dos Mundos", that gives me a similar impression). They are good musicians and reaches great levels in the compositions, but only in certain moments. And songs like 'Vitral' and 'Nueva ╔poca' definitely should last some more minutes.

The first set, live and "plugged", doesn't convince with the two opening tracks, but then, despite the mentioned issue, is a good moment of heavy prog, highlighting the wah solo on 'Nueva ╔poca'

The second set, acoustic, again loose an opportunity of being something better, especially on 'Nocturno', too plane to catch me. 'Nguillat˙n' and 'Mantra' are pretty good songs, but not the best of the acoustic Tryo.

"Crudo" appears like a good album, a clear reference to what Tryo is, but, at the end of the day, remains a sense like something was missing.

Proglodita | 3/5 |


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