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DURANTE O VERÃO

A Barca Do Sol

 

Prog Folk

4.09 | 27 ratings

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CCVP
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5 stars This album right here is and this band right here are one of the few prog folk that i find amusing to listen. Depois do Verão is actually, to me, the second best album ever in prog folk, loosing only to thick as a brick, because it embraces the traditional Brazilian folk music, which have big variety: the caipira music, the black music and traditional folk music from different states of the Country.

The lyrics really art for the art, having no concern whatsoever i making any social or political critics. They basically talk about love, nature, life, every day things, and a lot of smaller things. However, the lyrics fit quite well on every music context and story, uniting great music and great poetry, making the album really very pleasant to hear.

Another great quality of this album is that the musics are quite straightforward. That means that the musics have some objectiveness and don't simply goes modulating a theme and doing variations, like most progressive rock albums.

Overall rating: joining amazing music, terrific poetry and the right amount of objectiveness this album is sure a progressive rock masterpiece, a Brazilian prog rock all time classic, and a must have album for anyone who desires to know Brazilian or even south-american progressive rock, and not only prog folk.

CCVP | 5/5 |

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