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Moto Perpetuo


Crossover Prog

3.61 | 38 ratings

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4 stars As brazilian progressive rock begin without the cohesive format of multiple groups give in England, Germany and Italy, we do have, however, certain groups quite aligned with some characteristics. A Barca do Sol were all folkish, Terreno Baldio and O Som Nosso de Cada Dia were extremily ecletic, Secos & Molhados invented brazilian rock (perhaps a genre that never were further developed), O Terço were the symphonic and Marco Antonio Araujo were the scholar. This given, Moto Perpetuo can be seen as the most pop driven sound.

Actually the two first songs can remember a mixture of Yes, Beatles and Barclay James Harvest... but then, in Brazil, around 1972-3-4, that was one side of pop music. Yes sold a lot, Beatles never lost its popularity, etc.

Moto Perpetuo sound can be fully appreciated if one do not gave a furious approach. The needing for great epicness and great inovative sound. Its progressve friendly rock. Great music to listen in calm moods.

A 3,5 album, but with brazilians artists I always round up.

GKR | 4/5 |


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