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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.40 | 11 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 Época' 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 Época'

The second set, acoustic, again loose an opportunity of being something better, especially on 'Nocturno', too plane to catch me. 'Nguillatún' 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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