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Sui Generis


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3.40 | 26 ratings

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3 stars Welcome Sui to PA!

Charly and Nito were about 20-year boys and had a lot of fans in a short time. The first album by Sui Generis is a collection of songs which mix pop, folk, some of blues, played with a piano, an acoustic guitar, a flute, drums and a bass guitar. The arrangement shows they already were great musicians. The music is a little primitive to be considerate as prog rock, but there are some things which presage a 'prog rocker' future for 'Sui'. The most prog-related songs: 'Dime quién me lo robó': the longest song / 'Natalio Ruiz', a multi-rhythmical song with a nice harmonization / 'Mariel y el capitán': it's a nice song with a detail: in the happiest part of the story, the song is in D major but in the saddest part, the song turn in D minor... that's an awesome effect / 'Amigo vuelve a casa pronto': this is the strongest song; it's a bit strange for this album's style / 'Posludio': this one is a short instrumental composition. It's a jazzy piece with a piano and a flute / The other songs are very interesting, too.

3 stars. Good, but not essencial.

Marcos | 3/5 |


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