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LIVE AT PALACE

O Terço

 

Symphonic Prog

4.36 | 17 ratings

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5 stars It's the best album of Terço to me. It's played accompanied by a symphonic orchestra. There are many songs of Time Travelers album and others classic songs from this brazilian group. Space (1:50) opens the disc and encounter the beautiful delightful 1974 (11:56). This is a Venturini' song (old member from Terço and 14 bis with solo career today). No lyrics until now. The Last Journey (5:11), Lost in time affaire (6:11), The rhythm of the universe (5:02) are from mentioned album. All singing in english. Crucis (5:22) is instrumental too. All of them are very good, a real progressive rock! There are more. Criaturas da Noite-Creatures of the night (4:06) and Hey Amigo-Hey friend (6:03) are two of classics Terço sung in portuguese. Luzes-Lights (9:45) is a long and wonderful instrumental song, and Suite (10:23) closes the album with great prog-rock sound too! This is an old instrumental song from the group (from great Venturini too), with lyrics additional in english. The only boring song is Metamorfose Ambulante-Wonderful metamorphosis (3:29), but it doesn't damage the disc. If you see that album in the stores, buy it. If you really appreciate symphonic bands like Genesis, ELP and Yes, you will enjoy this. I see you, folks!
Prog-Brazil | 5/5 |

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